4K/8K Movie Frame Grab

From 4K or 8K movies, you can select individual frames to save as JPEG or HEIF still images. This function is called “Frame Grab.”

  1. Select a 4K or 8K movie.

    • Turn the Quick control dial 1 dial to select a movie in 4K or 8K quality.
    • On the shooting information screen (), 4K movies are labeled with [4K-DHI], [4K-UHD], and [4K-UHD HQ] icons, and 8K movies with [8K-DHI] and [8K-UHD] icons.
    • In index display, press SET to switch to single-image display.
  2. In the single-image display, press SET.

    • The movie playback panel will appear.
  3. Select a frame to grab.

    • Use the movie playback panel to select the frame to grab as a still image.
    • For movie playback panel instructions, see Movie playback panel.
  4. Select [Frame Grab].

  5. Save.

    • Select [OK] to save the current frame as a JPEG still image.
      Frame grabs from HDR movie files are saved as HEIF images.
    • Check the destination folder and image file number.
  6. Select the image to display.

    • Select [View original movie] or [View extracted still image].


  • Frame grabbing is not possible from the following 4K movies, or from 8K movies.

    • RAW movies
    • Movies recorded with Canon Log set
    • Movies recorded with other cameras
  • Frame grabbing is not possible while the camera is connected to a computer.