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Mar 21, 2016 07:45 as a reply to  @ post 17942242 |  #46

when you do this, does it transfer the raw files? because when I do this with a phone it transfers to jpeg's




  
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Mar 21, 2016 09:14 |  #47

leadwiper.......thanks for the info.


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Mar 21, 2016 20:07 |  #48

barsoum wrote in post #17942902 (external link)
when you do this, does it transfer the raw files? because when I do this with a phone it transfers to jpeg's

I haven't tried any raw files yet, but the camera, with its sd card as storage, is treated just like any other storage device. You should be able to copy any files and put them anywhere you want.

I'm simply amazed, that when I called Canon. after I got my camera hooked up to my home network, and asked them how do you get the EOS utility to work with this camera, and was told, "You can't hook the T6s/T6i up to your computer, you must use the cable, EOS utility doesn't support Wi-Fi for this camera!!! So, I had to tell the Canon service rep that I did, indeed, access my camera through my computer and he asked ME, how I did that. After I told him, he said something like, "Oh, you didn't use the camera as an access point", or something like that.

It's pretty simple, if your camera can access the "Canon Gateway" site from your computer network, you can access it from your computer.

Why would Canon not let you access you camera from your computer, but give you the lame option of connecting to other cameras? Who does that, and why??????

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Mar 21, 2016 20:13 |  #49

dan220 wrote in post #17942980 (external link)
leadwiper.......thanks for the info.

You're welcome!

One thing I forgot to stress, is that once you've connected to your network, you don't need to go through all this again. The next time you go to connect, the settings will be saved, and listed as "set1" (I think). You can edit this label, I did, and simply called it ROUTER.

Anyone who does this, let us know here, since there are different OS's, let us know what your setup is.

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Apr 02, 2016 13:36 |  #50

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Okay, I did find out you CAN use Wi-Fi to transfer your pictures from your T6s/T6i to your computer.

Press: Menu>wench1>Wi-Fi/NFC choose "enable"

Go back to the menu, select "Wi-Fi Function

Select the monitor picture, "View images on DLNA devices"

You are given 3 options, Choose "find network", OK is then highlighted, select it.

Your camera then looks for wireless networks, and produces a list. Select your network, and hit "ok".

At this point, it asks me how I want to enter my network password:

1. Enter 8-63 ASCII charactors
2. Enter 64 hexadecimal char.

I guess if you have chosen a different level of security for your wireless network, things will be different.

You are presented with a mini keyboard, enter your password, select "ok"

The next page is "ip address set", I select "auto"

After a few seconds of "busy" being displayed, you get the "Connection" screen. That's it, you're connected to your network. Two options are listed:

1. Disconnect, exit --select when your done
2. Confirm set. --select gives you access to 4 pages of your network connection settings.

Put the camera down, go to your computer. (I have windows 10, if your OS is different, let us know how you do, sorry)

1. select window (start) button>"file explorer"
2. select "this Pc" from the list.
Under "network locations" I have a a black, square icon, with the letters "EOS" Labeled, "Canon EOS Rebel T6s"

Double click the EOS icon and then "SD folder">> "100 canon" >>(numbered picture folders.

That's it, your pictures. Once you setup your connection you can choose it again without entering all the info over again.

Good luck!
Scott



I have had no success with this. I have tried it several time and keep coming up the the err 66... incorrect wireless LAN encryption key.


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Apr 03, 2016 11:16 |  #51


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Apr 04, 2016 01:57 |  #53

dan220 wrote in post #17958321 (external link)
I have had no success with this. I have tried it several time and keep coming up the the err 66... incorrect wireless LAN encryption key.

I'm sorry to hear this, have you tested the password you are using on other devices to hook up to your wireless network? Anybody else have any ideas?

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Apr 04, 2016 09:07 |  #54

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I'm sorry to hear this, have you tested the password you are using on other devices to hook up to your wireless network? Anybody else have any ideas?

Scott


Went over the password countless times. A PC, two tablets, and three phones all working and tested on the same router. Even used a friends phone and it connected just fine. So I don't know what the issue is.


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Apr 04, 2016 10:27 |  #55

dan220 wrote in post #17960217 (external link)
Went over the password countless times. A PC, two tablets, and three phones all working and tested on the same router. Even used a friends phone and it connected just fine. So I don't know what the issue is.

It could be the encryption method. Some devices won't play well with wpa2 or better. WEP or WPA seem to be more compatible.

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>>> Pictures? What pictures? <<<<

  
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Apr 10, 2016 10:15 |  #56

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Apr 10, 2016 11:02 |  #57

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The rebel line is the redheaded stepchild of the forum. It's the beginners camera, the poor mans camera the one you get if you're just starting out. That's the way they are dubbed. I've used higher end bodies than what I currently own, and yeah, they're nice. But many people don't talk about the rebel line because it's like having a huffy rather than the campagnolo. They're good bodies, to some desirable because of the small size. The t6s with the rear wheel makes it a very capable body that can do a lot out in the field. I think many people go right to the 70d because the price structure is close enough. Nothing wrong with a rebel. Believe me.

I like your bicycle comparison:-)


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Apr 25, 2016 10:16 |  #58

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Apr 26, 2016 22:33 |  #60

Between the two, I'd definitely go with the 's'. Above and beyond things like more AF points/better AF point coverage in the viewfinder, dual control dials is one of the things that have made the higher levels of body so much more usable over the years and the top panel is really a must for more quickly adjusting settings out in the field. So, getting both of those would be worth a little extra. I don't really think Servo focus in Live View isn't really a selling point as anything moving is frequently moving quickly enough that the speed of LV AF makes it pointless to try to follow.

One nice thing about the rebel line is they seem to have started using it to debut a lot of consumer-facing features such as Wi-Fi and NFC communications, that take much much longer to reach the enthusiast and pro bodies.


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