How to View Your Canon EOS 6D Images on a TV Set

You have a Canon capable of capturing colorful images with an impressive resolution of 20.2 megapixels. Your television set is a grand device on which to display your images. You can display still images or a slide show on your TV screen.

And if you have a high-definition (HD) television set, you can knock your socks off — and for that matter, the socks of your friends and anybody else within viewing distance — by viewing your precious images onscreen. Video also looks awesome on a television set.

To view your images on a regular TV set:

  1. Open the AV slot on the side of your camera.

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  2. Insert the AV cable supplied with your camera into the A/V Out/Digital terminal.

    The Canon logo needs to face the back of the camera for proper insertion.

  3. Connect the other end of the AV cable to your TV set.

    The plugs are color-coded. Connect the red and white plugs to the Audio In ports and the yellow plug to the Video In port on your TV set. Refer to your television manual to choose video as the input source.

  4. Press the Playback button.

    An image displays on your television set.

  5. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to view the next image.

To view images on an HD television set:

  1. Open the AV slot on the side of your camera.

  2. Connect the HDMI cable HTC-100 (sold separately) to the HDMI Out terminal on your camera.

    The HDMI mini logo needs to face the front of the camera for proper insertion.

  3. Connect the HDMI mini cable to your TV set and then press the Playback button.

    An image displays on your television set. Images are adjusted for optimal viewing on an HD television set. If your set can’t display the captured images, unplug the HDMI cable from the camera and TV set; then connect the AV cable.

  4. Use the Multi-controller or the Quick Control dial to view the next image.

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