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    Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings
    2 Turn the  dial to select [WFT 
    server settings], and then press 
    3 Turn the  dial to select [WFT 
    account], and then press . 
     When changing the port number, turn 
    the  dial to select [Port number] 
    and press . Note that there is 
    normally no need to change the port 
    number (80). 
    4 Select a user number.
     With WFT Server, you can connect 
    the camera to up to three computers. 
    Select a user number to prevent 
    conflicts when users at other 
    computers are connected to the 
    camera simultaneously.
     Turn the  dial to select [User *], 
    and then press .
    5 After you select [Login name] and 
    [Password], the following input 
    screen is displayed.
     For instructions on input screen 
    operations, see “Virtual Keyboard 
    Operation” (p.20).
    The WFT Server network settings are now complete. 
    In the web browser, display the WFT Server screen for EOS-1D X 
    operations. Make sure you have already established a connection 
    between the camera and computer.
    1Start the web browser.
     First, start Internet Explorer or 
    another web browser.
    2Enter the URL.
     In the address bar, enter the IP 
    address assigned to the camera.
     Press the <
    Enter> key.
    3Enter the [Login name] and 
    [Password] settings.
     Enter the login name and password 
    as specified in the procedure on page 
    51. Click [OK] to display the WFT 
    Server screen.
     Web browsers that support 
    JavaScript will display the screen on 
    the lower left in step 4.
    Otherwise, a message is displayed 
    when JavaScript is not supported. 
    Choosing not to use JavaScript will 
    display the screen on the lower right 
    in step 4, with limited functions.
    Displaying WFT Server 
    Displaying WFT Server
    4Select the language.
     Select a language at the bottom of 
    the screen.
    JavaScript supported JavaScript not supported
    If you don’t know the URL (IP address)
    You can check the URL (IP address) by accessing [Confirm settings] in the 
    menu (p.70). 
    You can browse the images recorded on the camera’s memory card.
    1Click [Viewer].
    XThe image viewing screen is 
    2Select the memory card.
     Click [CF1] or [CF2].
     Click the [DCIM] folder and select the 
    folder containing the images.
    Viewing Images 
    Viewing Images
    3Select an image.
     To view another image, click the 
    < > buttons or jump to 
    other pages.
     In JavaScript-compatible web 
    browsers, you can specify how many 
    thumbnails are shown per screen by 
    clicking the pull-down list in the 
    upper-right corner of the screen. 
    Viewing Images
    4Download images to the 
     Click a thumbnail.
    XThe image is displayed at a larger 
     To download the image to your 
    computer, click < >.
     Click [Return] to return to the image 
    viewing screen.
    Although actual RAW images and movies are not displayed here, they 
    can be downloaded to the computer in the same way as JPEG images. 
    Set up the camera for Live View shooting beforehand. Note that 
    remote capture of movies is not supported. 
    For web browsers that do not support JavaScript, see page 63, 
    “Remote Capture”.
    1Click [Camera control].
    XThe advanced capture screen is 
    Remote Capture [Camera control] 
    Remote Capture [Camera control]
    * Items that cannot be set via WFT Server are shaded on the screen.
    ①Battery check
    ②Drive mode
    ⑫Shooting mode
    ③Number of possible shots
    ⑬White balance
    ④AF mode
    ⑭Metering mode
    ⑤Release button 
    ⑥AF/MF switch
    ⑯Live View shooting button
    ⑦Shutter speed
    ⑰Manual focus button
    ⑱Live View image size switching 
    ⑨ISO speed
    ⑩Exposure compensation
    ⑲Live View image screen
    ②③④ ⑤⑥
    ⑪ ⑫
    Remote Capture [Camera control]
    2Set the lens focus mode switch to 
     Click the release button (⑤). When 
    you let go of the button, the camera 
    autofocuses and the picture is taken.
     With One-Shot AF, the picture is not 
    taken if focus is not achieved. Display 
    the Live View image and focus 
    manually as described in the next 
    3Display the Live View image.
     Click the Live View shooting button 
    XThe AF/MF switch (⑥) is set to 
    , and the Live View image is 
     If the Live View image is not 
    displayed, enable Live View shooting 
    in the menu (⑮).
     To make the Live View image display 
    more responsive, click the Live View 
    image size switching button (⑱). The 
    Live View image will be displayed at a 
    smaller size, improving 
    responsiveness. To restore the 
    original size, click this button again.
    Remote Capture [Camera control]
    4Manually adjust the focus.
     Click the buttons < >, < >, 
    < >, < >, < >, and < > to 
    adjust the focus. Note that autofocus is not 
    supported during the Live View image 
     To focus closer, click < >, < >, or 
    < >. To focus farther away, click 
    < >, < >, or < >.
     Three levels of focus adjustment are 
    < > < > : Largest increment
    < > < > : Intermediate increment
     :Smallest increment
    5Configure the shooting functions.
     Click items such as quality to view 
    and configure their settings.
     Complete the settings as needed.
    6Take the picture.
     Click the release button (⑤). When you 
    let go of the button, the picture is taken.
    XThe captured image will be displayed.
     Captured images are stored on the 
    camera’s memory card.
     To download images to your 
    computer, see page 54, and use the 
    [Viewer] function.
    The Live View image may freeze when shooting if the camera is accessed 
    by multiple computers. 
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