See how to update Canon software for Mac below if you want to update it without using CD. The Mac has some details about how to update a Case Sensitive file system however very few Macs use this. The software for the Canon cameras is quite useful. They also have regular updates. The only problem is that people need the original version of the EOS software before you update the camera software first. Three years ago, the manufacturer started to supply disk images form some Canon cameras. Right now, in 2017, it seems that Canon only provides this for Windows. Follow the steps below to update the software on your Mac.
How To Update Canon Software On Mac?
The first thing that you need to know before installing Canon software for Mac is that you can only use a CD from an older Canon camera model. If the software already installed, all you have to do is just get the update from the manufacturer. They will update the software automatically to the new version. Another thing to note is that you can only need the camera software installed and then you can use any other updaters to update and install the software normally.
On your Mac, click “EOS Camera Systems”, then click “Digital EOS Cameras”. Choose the correct Canon camera model that you have. You will notice that the software is not specific to a particular camera. If you can’t find your model, then find another one. After that, click “Drivers/Software”. Select Mac operating system and the required software. Click “Agree” to proceed to the download page. After that, enter the serial number of your camera. Follow the updating process. You can leave your Mac for about 15 minutes during the process. After it’s finished, you can click “Finish”. However, if have no previous Canon software, you need to download it first.