Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.10.20 for Windows
If you have used Canon's Map Utility lately, you've likely seen the following warning message (thanks Henri):
"Map displaying service of Map Utility will be terminated by the end of Oct. 2019."We reached out to Canon Technical Advisor Rudy Winston to ask what prompted the change. While the reason behind the change remains unclear, Rudy did let us know that Canon's Map Utility is reaching the end of its product life cycle and another Canon-developed program has taken its place, albeit without some of Map Utility's functionality (specifically, the mapping feature utilizing Google Earth imagery).
From Rudy Winston:
"Basically, the current Canon Map Utility software is in the process of being discontinued. We don’t know the reasons, so there’s little point in my speculating about possible causes of this. However, the good news is that there is a replacement Canon software available, to work with GPS Log files – it’s called Canon GPS [Log File] Utility, and it was posted on the Canon USA web site as a free download in February.Is the Google Maps API price increase the root cause of this change? I know that one of my favorite dark sky map websites has gone ... dark, popping a "This page can't load Google Maps correctly." message.
It's not literally the same as the previous Canon Map Utility – it’s basically a *retrieval* and conversion software, and does NOT have “mapping” functionality itself. What it does do is convert Canon GPS Log files into Google Earth-compatible .KMZ files – which can then be used and read by numerous third-party mapping software programs. So it loses the display portion of the previous Map Utility, but again, that should pose little problem for most users, since various 3rd-party solutions to display the Canon-generated .KMZ files on a map are readily available.
There’s reportedly no change in GPS tagging capability either (that is, creation of specific spots where a given image was taken) ... again, you just need a compatible 3rd-party mapping software to display them."
Download: GPS Log File Utility
Canon has just released Digital Photo Professional 4.10.20, EOS Utility 3.10.20 and Picture Style Editor 1.22.20 – now with EOS SL3 support. (thanks Scott)
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.10.0 for Windows:
Download: Digital Photo Professional 4.10.0
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.9.20 for Windows :
Note: You'll need to provide a DPP 4.0 compatible camera's serial number to enable the download.
Canon has released a new version of Digital Photo Professional which supports earlier camera models, including the EOS 10D and the original Digital Rebel. (thanks Scott)
From Canon USA:
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.8.30 for Windows :
* Can now handle CR2 files converted with the CR2 Converter.
Download: Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.8.30
Canon has updated select programs in its software suite to provide compatibility with its newest cameras, i.e. EOS M50, Rebel T7 & Rebel T100. [thanks Scott]
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.8.20, Picture Style Editor 1.20.20 and EOS Utility 3.8.20:
Additional Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.8.20:
From Canon USA:
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.7.21:
Download: Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.7.21
From Canon USA:
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.7.20:
Changes for Picture Style Editor 1.19.10
Canon released new versions of its freely included software at the end of last month primarily to add compatibility with its newly released cameras. However, Canon EOS 5Ds R owners will likely appreciate the "...function for reducing color moiré" added to DPP.
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.6.30:
EOS MOVIE Utility 1.7:
Changes to EOS Utility 3.6.30, Picture Style Editor 1.18.30:
Canon has released the following software updates:
Digital Photo Professional 4.6.10 & EOS Utility 3.6.0
From the Canon Professional Network:
Canon has released a new update to its popular Digital Photo Professional 4 (DPP4) software. Version 4.5.20 adds support for older cameras including EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II N, EOS-1D Mark II, EOS 5D, EOS 40D, EOS 30D, EOS 20Da, EOS 20D, EOS 400D DIGITAL (EOS Kiss Digital X / EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi), EOS 350D DIGITAL (EOS Kiss Digital N / EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT), PowerShot G15, PowerShot S110, PowerShot S100, and PowerShot S100V along with support for the EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM lens
Since its launch in 2014, Digital Photo Professional 4 has grown to support over 50 DSLR and PowerShot cameras. As well as supporting all the current professional full-frame DSLRs in the Canon range, this latest update now supports a wider range of older models and addresses a few other issues such as:
Commenting on this latest DPP4 update, Mike Burnhill, Canon Europe’s Professional Imaging Technical Support Programme manager, told CPN: “DPP continues to prove itself as a popular workflow tool for those photographers dedicated to maintaining an all-Canon workflow from capture to print. Canon developed DPP to work seamlessly with Canon cameras and we are delighted more and more users are discovering its workflow benefits. We have been listening to customers and expanding support for new and existing models within DPP.”
Download: Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.5.20
Changes for Picture Style Editor 1.17.20:
Download: Canon Picture Style Editor 1.17.20
From Canon UK:
The software items that are experiencing compatibility issues with macOS 10.12 (Sierra) are listed below:
|Software||Version||Issue||Estimated Release of Updated Software|
|Map Utility||1.7.2||The USB connection with the GP-E2 is not functioning||End of December 2016|
|Camera Window DC||8.10.5a, 8.10.5b, 8.10.7||Connection via USB or Wi-Fi is not functioning||End of December 2016|
|EOS Utility 2||2.14.20a||Connection via USB is not functioning||End of January 2017|
|EOS Utility 3||3.5.0||Connection via USB is not functioning||End of December 2016|
From Canon USA:
Digital Photo Professional 4.5.10 for Windows
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.5.10 for Windows :
Changes for EOS Utility 3.5.10 for Windows :
Changes for Picture Style Editor 1.17.10 for Windows :
Canon USA has the following software updates available for download.
Digital Photo Professional 4.5.0
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.5.0:
You can find Canon 5D Mark IV in stock at these retailers.
Not long ago, Canon released Digital Photo Professional 4.4.0 along with several other updated programs bundled in the EOS 80D EOS Digital Solution Disk Download. Now Canon is offering newer versions of DPP, EOS Utility and Picture Style Editor (with EOS 1D X Mark II & EF-S 18-135 IS USM support) as invidual downloads.
Digital Photo Professional 4.4.3
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.4.30 for Windows:
EOS Utility 3.4.30
Changes for EOS Utility 3.4.30 for Windows:
Picture Style Editor 1.16.30
Changes for Picture Style Editor 1.16.30 Updater for Windows:
With the EOS 80D soon to be hitting doorsteps across the country, we expected that a new version of Digital Photo Professional and EOS Utility would be released with added support for the new DSLR. Unsurprisingly, we were right.
What was surprising, though, is that the new version of DPP and EOS Utility haven't shown up as individual download links across the DSLR lineup on Canon USA' website. Instead, the updated programs are only available by downloading the EOS Digital Solution Disk Software on the EOS 80D Support Page.
Consequently, there's no indication of what changes were made to each individual program contained within the software package download. As such, we have no idea what changes have been implemented in the new versions of the software besides the most obvious guess (that support for the EOS 80D has been added), but it's likely that support for the
1D X Mark II and Rebel T6 have also been added (the EOS Software Disk is available for download on the T6 page but no software is available for download on the 1D X Mark II page). Update: From our understanding, this version of DPP does not support the 1D X Mark II.
Note that DPP's new version number indicates that it's probably more than a minor upgrade; the previous version released (with the Rebel T6s) was 4.3.31.
The EOS Digital Solution Disk Software for the 80D contains:
Download: EOS Digital Solution Disk Software 31.1A*
Update: Although the EOS 7D RAW files are indeed supported by DPP 4.4.0, the original 7D's serial number will not allow you to download the software. [thanks Bruce]
* A DPP v4 compatible DSLR serial number is required to download the software. Supported models include:
EOS M10, PowerShot G9 X, PowerShot G5 X, EOS Kiss X6i / EOS REBEL T4i / EOS 650D, EOS Kiss X5 / EOS REBEL T3i / EOS 600D, EOS Kiss X50 / EOS REBEL T3 / EOS 1100D, PowerShot SX60 HS, EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 6D, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 70D, EOS 60D, EOS 60Da, EOS 8000D / EOS REBEL T6s / EOS 760D, EOS Kiss X8i / EOS REBEL T6i / EOS 750D, EOS Kiss X7i / EOS REBEL T5i / EOS 700D, EOS Kiss X7 / EOS REBEL SL1 / EOS 100D, EOS Kiss X70 / EOS REBEL T5 / EOS 1200D / EOS Hi, EOS M3, EOS M2, EOS M, PowerShot G3 X, PowerShot G1 X Mark II, PowerShot G7 X
It seems I missed these updates when they hit Canon USA last week. (thanks for the heads up, Peter!)
Digital Photo Professional 3.15.0
Digital Photo Professional 4.3.31
EOS Utility 2.14.20a
EOS Utility 3.3.0
Picture Style Editor 1.15.30
EOS MOVIE Utility 1.4
Download: Software Updates at Canon USA
From Canon USA:
Digital Photo Professional 4.3.1
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.3.1:
Download: Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.3.1.
Changes for EOS MOVIE Utility 1.3:
Download: EOS MOVIE Utility 1.3.
From the Canon Professional Network:
Canon has released an updated version of its popular Digital Photo Professional 4 (DPP 4) RAW processing software, which expands the support of its DSLRs to include EOS 1200D, EOS 60Da and EOS 60D as well as its PowerShot G7 X and PowerShot G1 X Mark II premium expert compacts and EOS M2 and EOS M Compact System Cameras...
The new update – version 4.3.0 – also incorporates two critical fixes, including a phenomenon in which the picture style set on the camera is not transferred to Digital Photo Professional properly and a phenomenon in which the copy and paste command using keyboard shortcuts cannot be used for the folder name.
“As part of Canon’s ongoing development of its Digital Photo Professional software, regular updates and fixes keep it up to date with our end users. Canon always listens carefully to customer feedback and this latest update is an example of that,” commented Mike Burnhill, Canon Europe’s Professional Imaging Technical Support Programme manager.
DPP 4.3.0: KEY FEATURES
You can download DPP 4.3.0 now, free of charge, from Canon Europe’s support site here. Just click on your camera – EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 6D, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 60Da, EOS 60D, EOS 70D, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 760D, EOS 750D, EOS 700D, EOS 100D, EOS 1200D, EOS M3, EOS M2, EOS M, PowerShot G7 X and PowerShot G1 X Mark II – and select DPP 4.3.0 from the software options to download.
Canon has updated versions of Digital Photo Professional, EOS Utility and Picture Style Editor available now. (thanks Fabio)
From Canon USA:
Digital Photo Professional 3.14.48
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.14.48 Updater:
Digital Photo Professional 4.2.10
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.2.10 Updater:
EOS Utility 2.14.20
Changes for EOS Utility 2.14.20 Updater:
EOS Utility 3.2.10
Changes for EOS Utility 3.2.10:
Picture Style Editor 1.15.10
Changes for Picture Style Editor 1.15.10 Updater:
Download the software updates at Canon USA.
From the Canon Professional Network:
Canon has released an updated version of its Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software, which now supports – in addition to its current range of full-frame DSLRs – the EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 70D, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 700D and EOS 100D.
Launched in September 2014, Digital Photo Professional 4 was Canon’s first sweeping change to its popular RAW processing software since its original launch. The latest version of DPP – version 4.1.50 – is a response to feedback from owners of older full-frame and APS-C cameras who are looking for the very latest RAW workflow solution.
Additionally, DPP 4.1.50 supports the recently launched EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM and EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM lenses, the profiles for which are now available for use with the Lens Correction function.
Commenting on the update, Mike Owen, European Professional Imaging Communications Manager, Professional Imaging Department, Canon Europe, said: “DPP 4.0 has proved incredibly popular with our customers and this latest update further extends its appeal to a wider range of users, such as those using the highly successful EOS 5D Mark II. Canon remains firmly committed to offering a complete range of products to photographers and increasingly its software solutions are playing a vital role in delivering the ultimate in image quality from capture to output.”
DPP 4.1.50: KEY FEATURES
You can download DPP 4.1.50 now, free of charge, from Canon Europe’s support site here. Just click on your camera – EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 6D, EOS-1D Mark IV, EOS 70D, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 7D, EOS 700D and EOS 100D – and select DPP 4.1.50 from the software options to download.
Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.14.45 / 4.1.1 and EOS Utility 2.14.10a / 3.1.0a Updater:
Note: All of these have also been updated with 7D Mark II support.
Download the software updates here.
Canon USA has updated versions of Digital Photo Professional, EOS Utility & Picture Style Editor available for download. (thanks Marco)
Digital Photo Professional 3.14.41 Changes:
Digital Photo Professional 4.0.2 Changes:
EOS Utility 2.14.10 Changes:
EOS Utility 3.0.0 R2 Changes
Picture Style Editor 1.14.20 Changes
EOS MOVIE Utility 1.2 Changes:
Download the Canon Software Updates at Canon USA.
"Canon has launched Digital Photo Professional (DPP) 4.0, the first sweeping overhaul of Canon’s RAW processing software since its launch. The latest version of DPP - available for download at the end of June - has been updated with a raft of key changes to satisfy the most demanding of digital photographers."
See the full article on the Canon Professional Network site.
Canon Australia has posted the newest versions of DPP and EOS Utility. You need to enter a serial number for a "compatible body" to download the file.
I had expected that all EOS DSLR users would be able to use the program, but also assumed there were some features that would only be available to "compatible body" users. Unfortunately, it looks like I was mistaken. DPP 4 will not open RAW files from incompatible bodies. So if you do not own one of Canon's current full-frame bodies, you're stuck using version 3.x instead.
From the viewpoint of someone who uses a 5D Mark III as a primary body and a 7D as a backup, I find this to be very inconvenient. It means that I have to keep two versions of DPP installed on my computer if I want to use the latest features while still being able to edit my backup body RAW files.
I hope Canon reconsiders this new software strategy. [Sean]
* Please note: DPP 4.0 will be compatible only with 64-bit OS, such as Windows 7, 8 and 8.1, plus Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9.
Canon developed the upgraded DPP 4.0 software for the editing of RAW images in response to the needs of professional and advanced-amateur users. The software delivers improved workflow efficiency for photographers who edit large numbers of images at an advanced level, helping them to achieve the key concepts of the EOS series of interchangeable-lens cameras: speed, ease of use and high image quality.
The new software improves on the previous version in such areas as an expanded adjustment range for highlights and shadows as well as enhanced basic functions. Providing users with more freedom when adjusting images, DPP 4.0 includes such new functions as 8-axis color gamut adjustment and an Auto function that automatically analyses the brightness and darkness balance of a histogram and adjusts the tones, or luminance, of an image accordingly.
The new version of Canon’s DPP software delivers greatly enhanced operability and convenience during the image editing process. In addition to featuring an updated graphical user interface (GUI), the software is capable of displaying as many as 10,000 image thumbnails at one time. Further contributing to ease of use, the software lets users not only view selected images for comparison even in the preview window, but also assign ratings to images.
EOS Utility 3.0
Canon’s new upgraded EU 3.0 allows users to connect a camera to a computer via a USB connection or Wireless File Transmitter in order to remotely perform camera settings, transfer images and capture images. Delivering even greater workflow efficiency, EU 3.0 easily integrates with DPP 4.0 to allow users to select and compare images, enabling them to more easily choose the best shot, as well as make slight adjustments to camera settings and reshoot scenes.
Pricing and availability
|DPP 4.0 / EU 3.0||Free||Late June 2014||EOS 1D C, 1D X, 5D III, 6D|