04-27-2017 02:57 PM - edited 04-28-2017 07:21 AM
What doesn't work with Sierra?
You should be able to remove the CF card and connect to computer using a card reader or just connect the camera using a USB cable.
05-22-2017 11:47 AM
Yes, those ancient ways work. Why did I pay extra for Wifi capabilities that are not there? why would I ever trust Canon (my first canon purchase, I usually buy Sony) again? The answer is that I won't trust a company that does not fully reveal itself. It has taken me some time to even figure out what the problem was (without any help from this community). Now that I know that Canon does not support Mac OS Sierra, I would have made another purchase choice. By the way, I am a CONSUMER, not a troll tech savy sarcastic nerd. I only mention this in case any are out there and wish to respond to this message. You will be wasting your time there, fellows. I may not know the photography world as some, but I'm on to your ways of deflection and blame avoidance.
05-22-2017 11:56 AM
Are you having trouble taking advantage of Wi-Fi connectivity on your camera? If so, please let us know exactly which camera model you have along with any other details you feel would paint a clearer picture of your issue.
If this is a time-sensitive matter, search our knowledge base or contact our US-based technical support team at http://canon.us/SupportCF
Thanks and have a great day!
05-22-2017 05:13 PM
Well nancyjane, since you didn't provide your camera or what your problem is I guess you are going to hsve to rely on a troll tech savvy sarcastic nerd to help you.