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Canon EOS 5DS - EOS Utility 3 Question (Mac OS X)

 
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Nov 05, 2015 11:20 |  #1

Hello,

I've got a Canon 5DS and I want to install the EOS Utility 3 that comes with it for Remote shooting.

The problem I'm having is that for some reason it's forcing me to install EOS Utility 2, as well as the other utilities.

I just want to install EOS Utility 3 and nothing else. I'm being very careful on my Mac to not litter it with stuff I don't need.

In previous versions of the Utility I was able to Edit what applications I'd want to install and proceed.

As you can see with the attachment, there is no way I can select what and what not install.

Any comments or feedback appreciated.

Thanks,

Nick


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Nov 06, 2015 05:48 |  #2

I don't have any direct experience with what you are doing but Canon states that EOS Utility is designed to work in tandem with DPP 4.x. So I have to ask do you have a version of DPP 4.x installed?

I also see this comment at Canon's website for the 5DS

- EOS Utility 3-series and EOS Utility 2.14 can be simultaneously installed to one computer.
(When installing EOS Utility 3-series, EOS Utility 2.x will also be updated to the newest version.)

So maybe it is just doing the version 2.x update and then will allow the 3-series to be installed.

http://cpn.canon-europe.com …inside_eos_util​ity_3_0.do (external link)




  
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Nov 06, 2015 15:03 |  #3

Hello this is what you can do, I have this software package as well just install all of them 2 and the 3 and just uninstall 2 after you finishes installing.


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