Canon to Release DPP 4.0 And EOS Utility 3.0 Soon

Canon is expected to announce a major upgrade to their Digital Photo Professional software. The latest version will be 4.0 and the EOS Utility 3.0 will be a companion release as well.

Digital Photo Professional software version 4.0 and EOS Utility 3.0 will be coming in late June, 2014 and will be a free download.

With the Canon DPP utility you can quickly view, edit, process and print RAW images. You can also edit JPEG images while retaining the original images.

Canon to Release DPP 4.0 And EOS Utility 3.0 Soon

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DPP 4.0

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 and EU 3.0 come in late June, 2014 and will be a free download.

via CR