(see bottom for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion info)
Canon Ij Scan Utility Mac Os X
If you’ve had any trouble running Canon EOS Utility on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, you’ll be happy to know that a new version of EOS Utility was just released, and it’s listed as supporting Mac OS X 10.6.8 and 10.7. To download it, go to the Canon USA Digital SLR Cameras web page, click the picture of your camera, and then click Drivers and Downloads. (Update: Canon changed the page and link, so I updated the link and the Canon page now looks different than the screen shot below.)
- Changes for EOS Utility 3.8.20 for Mac OS X: - Supports EOS Kiss M / EOS M50, EOS REBEL T100 / EOS 4000D / EOS 3000D, EOS Kiss X90 / EOS REBEL T7 / EOS 2000D / EOS 1500D. System requirements.
- There are no 'drivers' needed to talk to the camera (the full SDK which knows how to talk to the camera is built into the app you use.) At no point does the program invoke EOS Utility to help it with the live capture (you don't even have to install EOS Utility). Thus Capture One is responsible for it's own connection to the camera - not EOS.
- OS X Mountain Lion (v10.8) has been added as a supported OS. About Printer and Scanner Packages: Windows OSes usually apply a generic driver that allows computers to recognize printers and make use of their basic functions. In order to benefit from all available features, appropriate software must.
Mac OS 10.15.2 was released by Apple on December 11, 2019. Following operation checks performed with this version at Canon, we have confirmed a USB connection issue with “EOS Utility 3.11.1 for Mac OS X” and “Picture Style File Registration Tool 1.0.0 for Mac OS X“ whereby the functions enabled by connecting a camera and a Mac device via USB cannot be used.
Although it isn’t necessary to install the Canon software if you use software such as Lightroom, Aperture, or Camera Raw to import and process your Canon DSLR images, you may find Canon EOS Utility easier for a few things such as tethered shooting and camera configuration.
[Update on October 4, 2012: Changes to USB device handling in OS X 10.7.5 may have broken Canon tethering, according to this blog post: OS X 10.7.5 breaks Canon tethering]
OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion update
Canon now provides a Mac OS X 10.8 choice in their Choose Operating System menu. As I write this update (September 2012), the only downloadable item listed is the latest firmware update. Other categories say new software will be available in October 2012, so you should check it again.
Eos Utility 3 For Mac
[Update on October 2, 2012: Canon EOS Utility version 2.11.4 may crash on Mountain Lion when tethering a Canon 5D MKIII. For details, see this post on another blog: Canon software crashing on OS X 10.8]