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DPP 4.1 is out, supports 7D2

 
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Nov 05, 2014 22:07 |  #16

rrblint wrote in post #17254963 (external link)
Yes, sadly that is true.:(

You might want to check out THIS THREAD. You are not by yourself.

Thank you. Very interesting. I had no idea. Like others mentioned, Canon is the only software that I own that isn't working with Yosemite. I am returning to Canon after selling my Nikon gear in favor of the 7Dii. Although I understand, it's just extremely frustrating that I can't process my raw files -even with Canon's software. I just have to add that the Nikon D750 files worked great.

Thanks again for the education. Hopefully, we'll get good news soon - from either Canon or Adobe.


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Nov 06, 2014 15:20 |  #17

Anybody having trouble with DPP 4.1.1? Mine keeps crashing out when processing my 7D2 RAW images. Really frustrating at the moment.
I downloaded it from Canon after I read that it's newer than the version on the disc in my 7D2 box.

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Nov 07, 2014 00:54 |  #18

dinny66 wrote in post #17256241 (external link)
Anybody having trouble with DPP 4.1.1? Mine keeps crashing out when processing my 7D2 RAW images. Really frustrating at the moment.
I downloaded it from Canon after I read that it's newer than the version on the disc in my 7D2 box.

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Umm... the Adobe software doesn't support newer Raw files, so if you want to shoot Raw with a newer camera you need newer software, sorry!! :)


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Nov 07, 2014 01:52 |  #19

tonylong wrote in post #17257084 (external link)
Umm... the Adobe software doesn't support newer Raw files, so if you want to shoot Raw with a newer camera you need newer software, sorry!! :)

Digital Photo Professional is the Canon program on the Canon EOS solutions disc. Nothing to do with Adobe.


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Nov 07, 2014 05:36 |  #20

Ah, right :) --sorry, I'm still pretty much dying...


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