Canon DPP Express 4+

Canon Inc.

    • 3.6 • 89 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

To continue using all Digital Photo Professional Express features, you must complete the (paid) subscription process.

Canon Digital Photo Professional Express (Canon DPP Express) is an iPad/iPhone application to color edit RAW images with intuitive touch operation to be converted to JPEG file afterwards.

To continue using all Digital Photo Professional Express features, you must complete the (paid) subscription process.
Once you subscribe,
- Your image adjustments will be recorded.
- You will be able to export images without watermarks.

[Key Features]
- Adjust RAW images freely.
- Quickly and easily adjust RAW images anywhere, any time.
- Save multiple adjustment patterns and compare the results on a single RAW image.
- Use the change history function to readjust images until you achieve the perfect result.
- Save adjusted images to your Camera Roll in JPEG format.

[Compatible Formats]
RAW(CR3/CR2), JPEG, HEIF (10 bit)
* As for RAW (.CR2) files, RAW processing is available for some models.
* Not compatible with .CRW or video file formats.

[Image Input]
Via Camera Connect : RAW(CR3/CR2), JPEG, HEIF (10 bit)
From your Camera Roll : RAW(CR3/CR2), JPEG
* Image data is saved in the app. In addition, devices with iOS 12.1 and later can import CR3 files from the Camera Roll.
*HEIF (10-bit) files and RAW images shot with [HDR PQ settings] enabled can be imported using linked mode with the Canon camera app Canon Camera Connect (However, RAW images shot with [HDR PQ settings] enanled are developed with HDR PQ disabled).
*RAW burst files cannot be imported to smart devices. Extract the CR3 images from the RAW burst file in advance on the camera side, and then import them to the smart device.

[Compatible Camera Models]
■.CR3 processing compatible models
EOS-1D X Mark III , EOS R3 , EOS R5 , EOS R5 C , EOS R , EOS Ra , EOS R6 , EOS R7 , EOS R10 , EOS RP , EOS 90D , EOS Rebel T8i / EOS 850D , EOS REBEL SL3 / EOS 250D / EOS 200D II , EOS M6 Mark II , EOS M50 , EOS M50 Mark II , EOS M200 , PowerShot G5 X Mark II , PowerShot G7 X Mark III , PowerShot SX70 HS
■.CR2 processing compatible models
EOS 5D Mark IV , EOS 6D Mark II , EOS 80D

[Compatible Devices]
- iPad
iPad Pro / iPad Air 2 / iPad Air 3rd generation or newer / iPad 5th generation or newer / iPad mini 4 / iPad mini 5 / iPad mini 6
- iPhone
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus / iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus / iPhone X, iPhone XR / iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max / iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max / iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max / iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max / iPhone SE (2nd generation)

[System requirement]
iOS 14.8 / 15.4
iPadOS 14.8 / 15.4

[Important Notes]
- Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless it is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase.
- If you uninstall the app, all image data imported from your camera will be erased.
- If application does not operate properly, try again after shutting down the application.
- Visit your local Canon Web pages for more details.

Privacy Policy
https://global.canon/en/privacy/apps.html
Terms and conditions
https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/

What’s New

Version 1.7.10

Added support for new Canon cameras(EOS R7, EOS R10)

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

timbojoeNBD ,

Good tool but import/export limits workflow

The functionality is great and in many ways a step up from DPP on the Mac - the layout and touch screen make it much more intuitive to use than DPP on a computer.

However, limiting import to Camera Connect or the Photos app and NOT allowing access to Files or a direct app to app transfer really limits workflow options. These should not be hard to add to a paid subscription app.

AND only allowing JPEG or unmodified RAW export (back to Photos) is braindead. Why work up edits on the iPad if I can’t copy them back to my Mac? They are stuck in DPP Express forever!

Some really easy wins to make this so much more when they’ve done the hard work on the core functionality - come on Canon!

(And yes I would like support for RAWs from older cameras, but let’s choose our battles...)

jupiter orbiter ,

This sort of app should be free with the camera

The subscription is a joke. It means it costs about £10 a year, a £100 in 10 years, for a very simple image editing app which is good enough for getting you images out of the camera on the go, if you've forgotten or don't want to bother with taking out your SD card dongle. This sort of thing should be free with the camera.

Putting that aside, it is a nice fit with Camera connect. It links to the app and so it is a way, the only one I know, how to download RAWs from the camera via wifi. The UI is streamlined in comparison to Lightroom because of the lack of zillions of features, but all the essentials are there and are nicely laid out and accessible.

It has no image organising fascilities apart from rating and the ability to sort by date or rating. Unfortunately it is not a real replacement for Lightroom.

Bodders0764 ,

Subscription service

Having used the supplied canon DPP on a Laptop for a few years and found it a useful tool, I downloaded DPP express for iPad about a year ago and found it a useful tool for photos on the go and would have given it 4 stars.
Since it is not as useful as the subscription photo package from adobe(photoshop and Lightroom),which I use on both PC and mobile devices I will be removing DPP Express from my iPad since it has too become a subscription service, it’s not good enough to have to pay monthly for.
Unless I am mistaken the full blown PC software is still free with canon cameras with free updates as they come along, so why make users pay for a much slimlined version if they want to use it on mobile devices when on the go.
Had the app been a minimal one time payment of perhaps £2.99 I might have considered it but at £0.79 per month for an average at best app I will just have to let it go.

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