Canon has introduced updates for three of its software applications. These applications are on the CD supplied with EOS cameras.
Digital Photo Professional (DPP)
DPP version 3.12.52 includes the following changes:
1. Supports images taken with EOS 6D.
2. Supports new lens (EF 24-70mm f4L IS USM).
3. Supports read-in of Picture Style files (.pf3) created in Picture Style Editor 1.12.2 and later.
4. Corrects shooting date error in other manufacturer`s image files when
sent to Easy-PhotoPrintEX from Digital Photo Professional via plug-in
print. 5. Corrects cases of software freeze caused by handling folders containing 2000 images in Mac OS X v10.8.
EOS Utility version 2.12.3 includes the following changes:
1. Supports EOS 6D.
2. Supports read-in of Picture Style files (.pf3) created in Picture Style Editor 1.12.2 and later.
Picture Style Editor
Picture Style Editor version 1.12.2 includes the following changes:
1. Supports EOS 6D and EOS M. 2. Applied Noise Reduction processing…
version 1.1.2 may present some Video Snapshot limitations, as follows:
1. EOS 6D
running Firmware Version 1.0.9: If a video snapshot captured when the
camera was running firmware 1.0.9 is combined with a video snapshot
created by a camera which was running firmware 1.1.2, the resulting
video snapshot album will be corrupted.
2. EOS 6D running Firmware
Version 1.1.2: If you try to add a video snapshot from a camera running
firmware 1.1.2 to the video snapshot album created when the camera was
running firmware 1.0.9, a warning message "Cannot select this movie"
will appear and the video snapshot cannot be added to the album.
The following workaround addresses the two scenarios described above:
1) Shoot a video …
Auto-focusing may not
function at f8 on some EOS-1D X cameras with firmware version 1.1.1. This version enabled the centre
AF point to autofocus when the camera is used with lens/extender
combinations, whose combined maximum aperture is f8.
On some of the
cameras with firmware version 1.1.1, auto-focusing does not function at
f8. This is not an issue with the firmware itself, but
with its installation at the factory. The problem can be overcome by
overwriting the firmware. This phenomenon does not occur with a camera whose firmware has been updated by a user, or by a Canon service center.
Cameras with 4 or 5 as the sixth digit from the left in the serial number are affected.
Even when the sixth digit from the left in theserial number is 4 or 5, cameras with a white dot in the battery compartment are not affected.
overwrite the installed firmware and activate the auto-focusing at f8, simply re-install firmware version 1.1.1. There is no change to the firmware version, as thi…