SrinathPreddy

SrinathPreddy

Lives in United Kingdom Nottingham, United Kingdom
Joined on Apr 22, 2012

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dcy_ccr: I've been using the OS X version of DPP4 to process some 6D RAW files for a few hours now, and I have to say, the output quality to TIF appears to be significantly better than anything I processed in DPP3. DPP4 comes with lots of nice tweaks including very fine control over colour adjustment. Adjustment of shadows and highlights is not as good as LR in my opinion, but it still does a pretty good job.

The UI is vastly improved with a logical layout of the Tool palette and the dark colour scheme is easier on the eye. EOS Utility 3 has a redesigned and functional UI, but on OS X it installs an annoying extension that loads into the menu bar and I haven't found a way of permanently disabling it.

Thanks dcy_ccr. Nope..I used Canon 60D.

I just read the manual and DPP4 is only for Canon EOS-1D X, EOS 1-D C, EOS 5D Mark III, or EOS 6D.

So, need to wait for 60D:-)

Direct link | Posted on Jun 17, 2014 at 06:15 UTC
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dcy_ccr: I've been using the OS X version of DPP4 to process some 6D RAW files for a few hours now, and I have to say, the output quality to TIF appears to be significantly better than anything I processed in DPP3. DPP4 comes with lots of nice tweaks including very fine control over colour adjustment. Adjustment of shadows and highlights is not as good as LR in my opinion, but it still does a pretty good job.

The UI is vastly improved with a logical layout of the Tool palette and the dark colour scheme is easier on the eye. EOS Utility 3 has a redesigned and functional UI, but on OS X it installs an annoying extension that loads into the menu bar and I haven't found a way of permanently disabling it.

Thanks for sharing the links..But my India Serial No did not work...;-(

Direct link | Posted on Jun 17, 2014 at 04:54 UTC
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