Canon has recently released an update for the Mac version of EOS Utility that brings the remote control and camera configuration application to v1.1.1.
Changed is the tethered shooting behaviour with Digital Photo Professional (DPP) 2.2: now, when a burst of pictures is taken, DPP will automatically display in its Edit Image window only the last picture in the burst, rather than each frame in the burst in succession, as before.
Only the Mac version of EOS Utility has been updated, says Chuck Westfall, Canon USA's Director of Media and Customer Relationship, because EOS Utility 1.1 for Windows - released back in August 2006 - already works this way.
The EOS Utility 1.1.1 for Mac updater can be downloaded from any of the recent-model Canon digital SLR pages on Canon's Web Self-Service System website, including via the
Drivers / Software link on the Canon EOS 30D page. For the updater to run, you must have an earlier version of EOS Utility installed on your system, or one of these applications: EOS Viewer Utility, File Viewer Utility or CameraWindow DSLR.
Canon is also working on an update to WFT-E1/E1A Utility 2.0 for Mac, says Westfall, that will fix an incompatibility with Intel-based Macs. Specifically, clicking the Search button in the Wireless LAN Settings tab of v220.127.116.11 can cause the program to quit unexpectedly. A release date for this update has not been set.