Other Menu Functions


  • Exposure comp.

    Exposure compensation can be adjusted in a range of ±3 stops, in 1/3-stop increments. For details on exposure compensation, see Manual Exposure Compensation.

  • MovieISO speed settings

    • ISO speed

      In [Movie manual exposure] mode, you can set the ISO speed manually. You can also select ISO Auto.

    • ISO speed range

      You can set the manual ISO speed setting range (minimum and maximum). ISO expansion can also be configured.

    • Max for Auto

      You can set the maximum limit for ISO Auto in movie recording in [Movies], [Shutter-priority AE (movies)], or [Aperture-priority AE (movies)] mode or in [Movie manual exposure] mode with ISO Auto.

    • Max for AutoMax for Auto

      You can set the maximum limit for ISO Auto in 4K time-lapse/Full HD time-lapse movie recording in [Movies], [Shutter-priority AE (movies)], or [Aperture-priority AE (movies)] mode or in [Movie manual exposure] mode with ISO Auto.

  • HDR shooting HDR PQ

    For details on HDR shooting HDR PQ, see HDR PQ Settings.

  • Auto Lighting Optimizer

    Brightness and contrast can be corrected automatically. For details on Auto Lighting Optimizer, see Auto Lighting Optimizer.

  • Highlight tone priority

    You can reduce overexposed, clipped highlights as you record movies. For details on Highlight tone priority, see Highlight Tone Priority.


  • HF anti-flicker shooting

    For details on HF anti-flicker shooting, see High-Frequency Anti-Flicker Shooting.

  • MovieAv 1/8-stop incr.

    You can set aperture values on a finer scale when recording movies with an RF lens.

    Select [Enable] to change the aperture increment in [Aperture-priority AE (movies)] or [Movie manual exposure] mode from 1/3 stop (or 1/2 stop) to 1/8 stop.


  • [MovieAv 1/8-stop incr.] is not available (not displayed) when EF or EF-S lenses are used.
  • When set to [Enable], setting options in [Custom Functions: Exposure level increments] are disabled and have no effect.
  • Movie Auto slow shutter

    You can choose whether to record movies that are brighter and less affected by image noise than when set to [Disable] by automatically slowing the shutter speed under low light.

    Available in [Movies] or [Aperture-priority AE (movies)] recording mode. Applies when the frame rate of the movie recording size is 59.94 fps or 50.00 fps.

    • Disable

      Enables you to record movies with smoother, more natural movement, less affected by subject shake than when set to [Enable]. Note that under low light, movies may be darker than when set to [Enable].

    • Enable

      Enables you to record brighter movies than when set to [Disable] by automatically reducing the shutter speed to 1/30 sec. (NTSC) or 1/25 sec. (PAL) under low light.


  • Setting to [Disable] is recommended when recording moving subjects under low light, or when afterimages such as trails may occur.



  • Lens aberration correction

    Peripheral illumination, distortion, chromatic aberration, and diffraction can be corrected as you record movies. For details on lens aberration correction, see Lens Aberration Correction.

  • High ISO speed NR

    For details on High ISO speed noise reduction, see High ISO Speed Noise Reduction.


  • Remote control

    By setting to [Enable], you can start or stop movie recording using Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 (sold separately).



  • Standby: Low res.

    Set to [On] to conserve battery power and control the rise of camera temperature during standby.

    As a result, it may enable you to record movies over a longer period.


  • Image quality on the standby screen may differ from image quality on the screen during movie recording, but this setting does not affect recording quality.
  • Briefly when you start or stop recording movies, image display may remain on the current frame instead of being updated.
  • HDMI display

    You can specify how movies are displayed as they are recorded via HDMI to an external device. Movie output itself corresponds to the [Movie rec. size] setting.

    The default setting is [Live View shooting+External monitor].

    • Live View shooting+External monitor

      Enables movie display both on the camera screen and on the other device, via HDMI output.

      Camera operations such as image playback or menu display are shown on the other device via HDMI, not on the camera screen.

    • External screen

      Deactivates the camera screen during output via HDMI, so that the screen is blank.

      Shooting information, AF points, and other information is shown on the external device via HDMI, but you can stop output of this information by pressing the INFO button.

      Before recording movies externally, confirm that no information is being sent by the camera by making sure no shooting information, AF points, and so on is displayed on external monitors or other devices.

      Settings such as time codes may not be recorded correctly in external movie recording with [Shooting: Standby: Low res.] set to [On].

Troubleshooting For longer HDMI output

To continue HDMI output for longer than 30 min., select [Live View shooting+External monitor], then set [Auto power off] in [Set-up: Power saving] to [Disable] (). HDMI output will continue after the camera screen turns off when the time set in [Screen off] elapses.


  • HDMI output without information prevents display of warnings about the card space, battery level, or high internal temperature () via HDMI.
  • During HDMI output, display of the next image may take some time if you switch between movies of different recording qualities or frame rates.
  • Avoid operating the camera when recording movies to external devices, which may cause information to be displayed in the HDMI video output.
  • Brightness and color of movies recorded with the camera may look different from that of HDMI video output recorded by external devices, depending on the viewing environment.


  • By pressing the INFO button, you can change the information displayed.
  • Time codes can be added to HDMI video output ().
  • Audio is also output via HDMI, except when [Sound recording] is set to [Disable].