Canon Digital Photo Professional 4.4.30 (DPP) available for download (and new version of Picture Style Editor and EOS Utility)

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Thanks Matt!

The latest release of Canon’s RAW processing software, Digital Photo Professional 4.4.30, is available for download. Along with the usual bug fixes etc, these are the changes for Digital Photo Professional 4.4.30:

Newly supported PowerShot G7 X Mark II, EOS-1D X Mark II, EOS Kiss X80 / EOS REBEL T6 / EOS 1300D, EOS 80D, EOS Kiss X4 / EOS REBLE T2i / EOS 550D, EOS Kiss X3 / EOS REBEL T1i / EOS 500D, EOS Kiss X2 / EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi / EOS 450D, EOS Kiss F / EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS / EOS 1000D, EOS 50D, EOS-1Ds Mark III, EOS-1D Mark III, PowerShot G16, PowerShot S120, PowerShot G1 X. – Supports EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM.

It appears Canon added some new features, like diffraction correction (more info here) and updated user interface and handling.

On the same download page you may also donwload new releases of EOS Utility and Picture Style Editor.

Canon DPP 4.3 updated, adds support for Rebel T5, EOS 60D/60Da, EOS M/M2, and Powershot G7 X and G1 X Mark II

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Canon DPP 4.x

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.


  • Faster, real-time adjustments
  • Improved RAW file workflow
  • Better, more approachable user interfaces
  • Compatible with 64-bit native environments
  • Colour adjustments for specific colour gamuts
  • Improved highlight recovery provides expanded tonality
  • Improved shadow recovery function
  • Support for movie playback
  • Auto Lighting Optimizer can be applied to JPEG images
  • Better integration with EOS Utility 3 software

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’s New DPP 4.0 Works With SL1/100D, T4i/650D, EOS M, 70D, and T5i/700D Raw Files (with a little trick)

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Canon DPP 4.0

A few weeks ago Canon released Digital Photo Professional (DPP) 4.0, a completely new version of  Canon’s well-known RAW conversion software. And the disappointment was big when it turned out that DPP 4.0 supports only Canon’s new full-frame bodies (EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark III, and EOS 6D). No support for the rest of us?

Slrclub user T.K_Photo (spotted by DicaHub) found a way to make DPP 4.0 work with RAW files from the following Canon DSLRs:

The trick is pretty simple, indeed. All you have to do is to change a value of the EXIF data. It works only for the above mentioned cameras because these cameras use Canon’s “Color Data Version = 10” (which is stored in the EXIF data). You need a tool to edit EXIF data (ExifTool by P. Harvey is a very good one). All you have to do is:

ExifTool Windows interface


  • select the CR2 file to modify
  • click the “ExifTool direct” button
  • Enter the following command: –Canon:CanonModelID=”EOS 5D Mark III”
  • Ignore the warning
Mac OS X interface


  • Load the CR2 file to modify
  • Go to “Your commands” tab
  • In the “Parameters” box enter: -Makernotes:CanonModelID=”EOS 5D Mark III”
  • Click the “Go” button

Your camera model is still stored in the EXIF, the parameter you are going to change is a specific one. It should also work if you enter “EOS 6D” or one of the other supported FF bodies. ExifTool can be downloaded here, a graphical interface for MAC OS X can be found here. A note: when you download DPP 4.0 you have to enter the serial number of your Canon DSLR. I downloaded DPP 4.0 from the EOS 5D Mark III support page using my EOS 70D’s serial number.

Is it worth the effort? Judge by yourself with the 2 images below, which show the results on a RAW file from an EOS M (image credit: T.K_Photo/Slrclub). The first one is DPP 3.14, the second one DPP 4.0. Head over to Slrclub to see full size images, but even from the samples below you can note that the file produced by DPP 4.0 has more details and is sharper.

EOS M RAW file imported in DPP 3.14
EOS M RAW file imported in DPP 4.0
[SlrClub via DicaHub]


[Software] Canon Digital Photo Professional 3.11.31 Available For Download (T4i/650D, 60Da, 18-135mm IS STM supported)


Canon released Digital Photo Professional 3.11.31 updater for Windows and Mac OSX (click here to download). You have first to select your operating system, then you can download the software.

Changes for Digital Photo Professional 3.11.31 Updater […]

Supports images taken with EOS Kiss X6i / EOS REBEL T4i / EOS 650D, EOS 60Da. – Supports new lens (EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS STM). – Fixed a phenomenon where the camera’s serial number that is displayed in the shooting information of the image is not displayed correctly for some of the EOS 60D. – Fixed a phenomenon where the buttons for HDR tool cannot be displayed under specific settings of the display. – Fixed a phenomenon where check mark or rating that is set using Quick Check Tool may not be displayed correctly.