Lost Install Disk for Digital Photo Professional

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by hepaestus, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. hepaestus

    hepaestus Guest

    I have, literally, inherited a Canon 60D however I do not have the
    Digital Photo Professional Software. As it is an inheritance I cannot
    ask the previous owner where the disk is. Is anyone out there willing
    to give me a copy?

    Thanks,
    Pete
     
    hepaestus, Oct 6, 2005
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  2. hepaestus

    no_name Guest

    You might try Canon USA's web site. A search for "Digital Photo
    Professional Software" returned 193 hits, including download pages for
    the EOS 1Ds with a "Digital Photo Professional 2.0.3 Updater for Windows".

    http://consumer.usa.canon.com/ir/controller?act=DownloadDetailAct&fcategoryid=215&modelid=8280

    Click the link for Drivers / Software.

    And if that's not it on the download page, I expect you could find a
    contact email or such somewhere on Canon's site.
     
    no_name, Oct 6, 2005
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  3. hepaestus

    hepaestus Guest

    I did look at the Canon site and they do indeed offer downloads of the
    "Updates" for DPP. They do not, however, offer the original program
    install.

    I have a help ticket on this also and am waiting for a response.

    Thanks,
    Pete.
     
    hepaestus, Oct 6, 2005
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  4. hepaestus

    l e o Guest


    This is a NEW program that came out when I bought 20D. It is not likely
    to be free for any old cameras. You should try the Pixmantec RAWShooter
    "Essential" which is free.
     
    l e o, Oct 6, 2005
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  5. hepaestus

    hepaestus Guest

    UPDATE:
    I was informed by Canon Support that I can indeed download and install
    DPP 2.0.2, however it has to be done in steps.

    1. Install the "Raw Image Converter Ver.2.0.2 for Windows".
    2. Install "File Viewer Utility 1.3.2 Updater for Windows."
    3. Install "EOS Viewer Utility 1.2.1" or "Digital Photo Professional
    2.0.3."

    Thanks to all for your responces.
    Pete
     
    hepaestus, Oct 6, 2005
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