This was published on Canon UK’s site:
This issue relates to customers who are using the Digital Photo Professional (DPP ver.3.11.10) RAW image processing software with the Canon EOS 5D Mark III digital camera.
We have identified an issue that prevents users of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III from processing their RAW format images when using Digital Photo Professional Version 3.11.10, the RAW image development software that is bundled with the EOS 5D Mark III.
We will shortly release an update for the Digital Photo Professional Version 3.11.10 for users to download which will address this issue. The update will be released on the website in mid-April.
To learn more about this issue check forums.
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WARNING: Don’t modify your camera without the necessary technical knowledge. Opening the camera voids warranty and may irreparably damage it.
We reported about this hack by James Miller a few days ago. James Miller opened his brand new EOS 5D Mark III and removed the Optical Low-Pass Filter (aka Anti-Aliasing filter) from the sensor. It seems that the filter is really blurring the image, since the pics shot without the filter are much more detailed.
Now, Miller published new material shot with his hacked EOS 5D Mark III. Removing the OLPF makes a visible difference, while moire seems not to be worsened at all and aliasing is under control. See and judge for yourself…
This is for all of us who want to shot (and focus) like a pro. The new Auto-Focus System on the 5D Mark III and 1D X is a complex and sophisticated beast. To harness all of its power you have to know how it works, and how to set and configure it for your purposes. Canon’s Digital Learning Center published a series of technical articles about the advanced Auto-Focus system featured on the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 1D X.