Canon's Digital Photo Pro v. 3.11 Explained

Started Jan 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Canon's Digital Photo Pro v. 3.11 Explained
In reply to anand53, Jan 6, 2013

anand53 wrote:

Good luck, and let me know if you have any problems!

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Thank you so much for "let me know if you have any problems!".

The post started with Canon's Digital Photo Pro v. 3.11 Explained and you have provided the link to 3.12.52 that is the latest and I have updated immediately after release.

The OP's link at page 2 speaks about "Lenses compatible with DPP’s Digital Lens Optimizer function" and the lenses I have are in the list

The table under "Cameras compatible with DPP’s Digital Lens Optimizer function" lists all top end and some entry level cameras and has Wide-angle lenses. The other lenses ---------------Standard and Medium; Telephoto, Zoom and EF S lenses................. are not listed and I am confused.

From what I can see, and this is just my opinion, the title "Wide-angle lenses" under the camera compatibility list must be a typo.  I say this because I have used my EF 100-400mm L with the DLO feature and it worked quite well.

I guess the "Wide-angle Lenses" under the table "Cameras compatible with DPP’s Digital Lens Optimizer function" is a mistake and should not have been there. Otherwise it would mean lenses other than WA are not compatible. Which is logically incorrect as the list of cameras include top of the line.

Agreed!

Would appreciate your inputs. BTW I opened an image I shot with 60D and EF 100-400 in DPP. What does " Shooting distance information" mean here?

From what I can see, and again, this is just my opinion, the "Shooting Distance Information" is just a rough, relative indication of the distance from the camera to the subject.  The only marked distance is infinity, so anything else is just "Close" or "Not so close".  Personally, I haven't found much use for it yet.

Cheers

Anand

Cheers back at you, mate!  I hope that this was useful.

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