I have not heard of that happening particularly after updating the camera's firmware. Error 65 indicates that the wireless LAN connection was lost, for some reason, and the connection cannot be restored. I would suggest resetting the wireless settings on the camera to defaults and re-establishing the connection from scratch. You can find that reset in the purple WIFI menu #2.
I’m having the same problem, I don’t think it’s 1.17 fault, I’ve noticed I have this problem when there’s plenty other wifi networks around that my camera decides to go crazy and not connect to my iPad. I’ve already reset all possible settings, deleted the camera info from my iPad, etc.
currently my camera is being checked by canon, I’ll let you know.
Going to assume both of you are referring to FW v1.7.0 and that 1.17 is a typo. Please ensure you are using the latest version of Camera Connect available from the App Store.
Reset network settings on the camera. Forget the Camera connection in Canon Connect on iPhone or iPAD.
Now perform the connection set up again. Open the Camera connect app, select the camera model R5. Now move to the camera and enable Wi-fi / Bluetooth (desired communication type). Follow the instruction for connecting to an iPhone. Follow the prompts. The camera will become the Access Point for the iPAD.
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Same problem. Very frustrating at work as I need to upload images in real time. My R5 will not connect either at the stadium or at home. Firm 1.7.
my R7 connects no problem and the R5 problem didn’t show up until the new firm.
I am a pro and shoot several times a week and can no longer use my R5 for certain work. I have reset IOS network settings, reset network settings on the camera dozens of times and even deleted and reinstalled Camera Connect and nothing is working.
I tried to connect to my iPad Air M1 just using wifi since the Bluetooth wouldn’t connect and it just will not connect to IOS 16.3.
I have found the problem, at least for my situation.
After hours of trouble shooting, I have discovered that that problem for me was "nicknames". I noticed that when trying to connect, the name Canon Connect was trying to connect to was not the nickname of my iPad. If the camera or the iPad has a nickname, the Canon software will not work after R5 firm 1.7. This is what I did to fix it.
1. "reset" network settings (iPad). This will reset the default iPad name that Canon Connect sees.
2. "delete" network settings on the R5. That will reset the R5's name.
When I did this I was able to reconnect the R5 and Camera Connect. I worked all night without any hitches. During my workflow, I have to access the iPads photo editing software which disconnects me from the Canon Connect app. I had no issues reconnected time and time again tonight. I am satisfied my issue is resolved.
If I change the name of either the R5 or my iPad, connecting the two becomes problematic or impossible. This was not an issue before EOS 16.3 and the R5's 1.7. I hope this is helpful and fixes the problems you all are having as well. Nicknames confuse Canon.
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