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CMS-XML Using an Android Smartphone to Control a PowerShot Camera and Shoot Remotely via Wi-Fi
CMS-XML How to Transfer Images to the Computer Using Image Transfer Utility 2 (Wi-Fi) (Windows 10)
How to Transfer Images to the Computer Using Image Transfer Utility 2 ( Wi-Fi ) (Windows 10)
CMS-XML Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues with Camera and Microsoft Windows OSes
In the event that the camera and the computer does not see each other, restarting the services described below may help . (This requires Administrative priviliges with your PC. For additional assistance, refer to the computer user manual or consult your computer manufacturer.)
CMS-XML Countries and Regions Permitting Wireless Communication Function Use
CMS-XML Function Difference Between image.canon Mobile App and PC (browser) Version
Included is a chart that outlines the functional differences between the mobile app versions and the browser version of the image.canon service.
CMS-XML Smartphone (Device) Specifications and System Requirements for a Wireless Connection with a Camera (Canon Camera Connect)
CMS-XML Saving Camera Images to a Smartphone via Wi-Fi (Powershot G7 X Mark III)
Images on the camera can be saved to a Bluetooth enabled smartphone connected via Wi-Fi .‚Äč Prepare the smartphone as follows: The free dedicated Camera Connect app must be installed on the smartphone.
CMS-XML How to import images to Digital Photo Professional Express (Wi-Fi Connection) (PowerShot G7 X Mark III)
When the camera and iPad are connected via Wi-Fi , the images on the camera can be imported to the iPad and displayed in Photo Professional Express. The two ways to import images are as follows.
CMS-XML Connecting the PowerShot G7 X Mark III to Smartphones via Wi-Fi with the Wi-Fi Button
[Do not display] [Connect via Wi-Fi ] Check the SSID and password.
CMS-XML Sending Images to a Computer Automatically (PowerShot G7 X Mark III)
Images on the camera can be automatically sent to a computer connected to an access point (also set up for camera Wi-Fi connections) when the camera is within range, as when you bring the camera home after shooting.
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