The sixteen-page document lists Canon's recent camcorder, EOS Digital SLR, PowerShot digital camera, inkjet printer / fax, Selphy compact photo printer, inkjet all-in-one/fax, CanoScan scanner, and imageCLASS printer / faxphone models, and describes certain limitations of note with specific products.
For the EOS Digital SLR series, support is offered in Windows 7 for all past and current models, although there are some specific limitations noted on older models. For the Canon EOS‐1D,
EOS‐1Ds, EOS 10D, EOS D30, EOS D60 and EOS Digital Rebel, Canon's EOS Utility is not supported in Windows 7, and hence images must be viewed directly from the memory card. The version of EOS Utility bundled with the EOS‐1D Mark II, EOS‐1D Mark II N, EOS‐1Ds Mark II, EOS 20D, EOS 20Da and EOS 5D meanwhile supports Windows 7 in 32-bit mode only, along with the somewhat cryptic note "not recognized when using the standard function of OS". Finally, the EOS Digital Rebel XT is supported in Windows 7 32-bit only.
The list of Powershot models is extremely lengthy, so we're not reproducing it in this news item. However, it doesn't include PowerShot models that predate model year 2001. For some models, the CameraWindow utility doesn't automatically start. Many older models also require images to be viewed directly from the memory card. The wireless connectivity of the PowerShot SD430 DIGITAL ELPH WIRELESS is not supported in Windows 7.
Details on the various printers, scanners, all-in-ones, etc. are beyond the scope of this news article, and can be found in the Canon Windows 7 compatibility list.