After introducing high-end cameras and lenses at Photokina 2014, Canon produced two new versions of its Digital Photo Professional software (also known as DPP) – the version 4.0.2 and the version 3.14.41. Along with this software updates, Canon did some work on upgrading other software that aim at enhancing image quality, among which are EOS Utility, EOS MOVIE Utility, and Picture Style Editor.
Digital Photo Professional is designed for photographers who primarily utilize the RAW format when shooting and its goal is to enhance sorting and processing images, printing photographs, etc. The version 4.0.2 is restricted to cameras using 64-bit systems, whereas the version 3.14.41 supports 32-bit systems as well.
The version 4.0.2 is relatively simple and it brings support for the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM lens. On the other hand, the version 3.14.41 is more comprehensive and it adds support primarily for the new models, those announced in the previous period, such as the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, the Canon PowerShot G7 X and the Canon PowerShot SX60 HS; at the same time, this version does not add support to OS X 10.7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. The latter version, among other things, brings a certain bug fix, which results in tackling an issue concerning saving certain files.
EOS MOVIE Utility 1.2 obtained support for five EOS cameras and introduced a few improvements, such as more items in the info display and an enhanced image cropping function. Picture Style Editor 1.14.20 and EOS Utility 2.14.10 brought with themselves support for the tremendous Canon EOS 7D Mark II, while EOS Utility 3.0.1 ushered enhancements for the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM lens.
The aforesaid new software versions can be found on Canon’s official website.