Heck, I'm still developing/printing my own color film from a Canon EOS 1N RS via an Omega C760 Dichroic head. I am more than happy with mine especially the auto focus and 10fps..I shoot lots of birds and nature, this camera is the best I ever used for pin sharp results and ease of use..For the example with the screenshot below: The parent task has an estimate of 7h. Even though the parent task is showing 2h of time logged it still is says that there are 7h of time remaining.
In this article we’ll take a look at how the Utility software can be used to import photographs and movies from your Canon DSLR and even control various camera settings remotely.
Depending on your camera model it will need to be connected to your computer by either USB or Firewire cable, through the camera’s Wi Fi mode (on the EOS 6D) or via WFT transmitter.
After updating the firmware of your Polar device, you need to pair it with Flow app again in order for the smart notifications settings to appear. Choose On to receive notifications, and have the contents of the notifications shown the display.
If you do not pair them again, the setting will not become visible. Choose On (no preview) if you don’t want to see the contents of the notifications on the display.
CPN writer George Cairns explores the disc’s EOS Utility application that, unlike third party software, is designed to work specifically with your Canon camera...
The EOS Utility application is fully compatible with all EOS DSLRs, right back to the EOS D30 from 2000.
You can save all the movies and photos you recorded onto the optional CS100 Connect Station by connecting it to your camcorder with the supplied USB cable.
You can also connect the camcorder* and the CS100 via Wi-Fi by simply holding the [NFC mark] on the camcorder close to the NFC connect point on the CS100 to automatically save the recordings.
Essentially the 6D is a more advanced unit to work with.
Below is a link to a side by side comparison of the two bodies that I have set up for you to regard.
Get started Go to flow.polar.com/start on your computer to start using your new device.