How do I connect Canon 80D with a computer?
Connecting Canon 80D with computer via USB
When connecting to a computer, remember to turn off your Canon 80D Digital Camera. The USB cable should be connected to your camera’s top port and your computer’s USB port. A 480 Mbps USB Cable would be the best choice for large files. You can find it on Amazon.
Turn on the camera. It may take some time for the driver installation to be complete on your laptop or computer. It may take some time for the driver to be downloaded.
After the driver has been downloaded, a pop-up window will appear asking you what you would like to do with your device after the drivers have been installed. You are now ready to delete the photos.
Double-click on the My Computer. The icon will show you the driver is installed.
Double-click on the SD Card option after you have entered the folder.
The camera storage folder will appear on your screen. The folder can be renamed with any number or name you like. Double-click on the storage folder. The folder is called DCIM on digital cameras. You may find photographs in a sub-folder of the main folder. For example, “80DCAANON”. Download the photos to your computer or laptop, and then share them with friends via social media.
Connecting Canon 80D to a computer via WiFi
Connect your computer with the WiFi.
Open the menu box of your Canon 80D camera, and click on the Wireless option.
To enable WiFi NFC, press the Enable button
Click WiFi Function to open the pop-up box with a computer icon.
To connect the camera to your car, press the “easy connection” button.
Choose the folder in which the photos are stored. Drag the WiFi option to your computer and begin downloading. You can continue the process as you would with a USB cable.
An included USB cable is all you need. Simply connect your Canon 80D digital camcorder to your computer or laptop, and you can start downloading. These feature-loaded cameras offer many options for connecting the cable.
It is easy to download photos from a computer or laptop. The Canon IFC400PCU USB cable that came with your Canon 80d digital camera will work on both Mac and PC.
Additional specifications at a glance:
The Canon 80D with flip-screen has many great features and is extremely user-friendly. This camera is a great choice for anyone who has a knack for photography, but is not a professional photographer and wants a simple, affordable camera that offers many features. The Canon 80D features a 24.2MP APS–C-sized CMOS sensor. Despite being an APS-C sensor the Canon 80D has a higher resolution than the other EOS full-frame DSLRs on the market. Continuous video Autofocus is available on the camera.
Type – 22.3mm x 14.9 mm CMOS
Effective pixels – About. 24.20 megapixels
Total pixels – About. 2.80 megapixel
Aspect ratio – 3.2
Focus – TTLCT-SIR using a CMOS sensor
Exposure control – 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor
Metering the area divided into 63 segments (9×7)
(1) Evaluative Metering (linked to all points of AF)
(2) Partial metering (approx. 6.0% of the viewfinder
(3) Spot Metering (approx. (3) Spot metering (approx.
(4) Average metering with center-weighted weighting
Shutter – Electronically-controlled focal-plane shutter
Shutter speed – 30-1/8000 sec (1/2 stop increments or 1/3 stop increments). Bulb (Range varies depending on shooting mode).
White balance – Automatic white balance using the imaging sensor
LCD Monitor – Touch screen – Angle 7.7cm (3.0″) 3/2 Clear View II TFT. 1040K dots