Available Communication Functions
Using the dedicated Camera Connect app on smartphones or tablets (hereafter, collectively referred to as “smartphones”), you can browse images on the camera, shoot remotely, and perform other operations. After pairing the camera with a smartphone supporting Bluetooth low energy technology (hereafter, “Bluetooth”), you only need to use the smartphone to connect via Wi-Fi.
Using EOS Utility (EOS software installed on a computer), you can import images from the camera, shoot remotely, and perform other operations.
- See Wi-Fi Connections with a Computer Using EOS Utility for instructions on joining a Wi-Fi network via an access point compatible with WPS (PBC mode) to connect the camera to a computer.
- See instructions starting with Basic Communication Settings for other ways to connect the camera to a computer wirelessly or over a wired LAN connection.
Your shots can be transferred to an FTP server.
Besides automatically transferring images as you shoot, you can manually select and transfer images later.
From a computer or smartphone browser, connecting to the camera is like accessing a webpage, and you can shoot remotely, browse camera images, or configure FTP transfer settings.
Syncing time between cameras ()
The time on multiple EOS R3 cameras can be synchronized over a wired LAN connection.
Built-in GPS features can be used to geotag images, log routes traveled with the camera, and more.
Available communication functions and connection methods (besides GPS)
Available Features Connection Method
Camera Connect communication from smartphones ○ Using EOS Utility ○ ○ Image transfer to FTP servers ○ ○ Using Browser Remote ○ Syncing time between cameras ○