Software Canon EOS R and RA Professional

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  • Canon Adjustment Software for EOS RP requires Windows 7, 8, 10, or 11.  Emulations are not supported.
  • Experience user-friendly 'Help'! Every section is linked to the feature you are currently using.
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Canon EOS R and RA Professional

Essentail and Two Plugins

 

Essential: Plugins:
General Shutter Calibration
Error Codes Main Board Replacement
User Settings  
Professional CameraFAX  
   

 

 

 

 

Essential

General:

  • Read the Model, Firmware version, Shutter and Release Counts.
    • Change the Shutter and Release Counts through the Shutter Calibration Plugin.

  • Read and Change the Serial Number.  Important:  Altering the Serial Number to anything other than an authentic Canon Serial Number can result in damage to the camera. 

 

Error Codes:

  • Read the last 8 internal Error Codes and their probable causes.
  • Know the Date, Release Count, and Lens in use when the errors happened.
  • Clear the Error Codes following your service.

 

Calibration Data:

  • Transfer Calibration Data from your old Main Board to a reliable, pre-owned Main Board.
  • New Main Boards must be initialized using the Main Board Replacement Plugin.

 

User Settings:

  • Download the User's settings and restore the settings after adjustments or repair.

 

Professional CameraFAX:

  • Before and After Report for your customers!
  • Data from your camera and plugins creates this detailed report.
  • Headers and Footers can include your contact details, business information, logo, and warranty details.

 

 

Professional Plugins

 

Shutter Calibration

Shutter Timing:

  • Review and adjust the Shutter Timing settings.
    • When you replace the Shutter, the Shutter Timing must be adjusted at the highest speed.
    • When replacing the Main Board without the original Camera Data.

 

X Contact Timing:

  • Review and adjust X Contact Timing.
    • If you replace the Shutter
    • When replacing the Main Board without the original Camera Data.
    • In cases where customers report vignetting in flash photos.

 

Shutter Count:

  • Review and change the Shutter Count.
    • Reset the Shutter Count to '0' when replacing the Shutter with a New Shutter.
    • If you use a Good Used Shutter; reset the Shutter Count to match the number of activations made by the newly installed used shutter.
    • Reset the shutter count when replacing the Main Board without the original Camera Data.

 

Previous Shutters:

  • Review or modify the Previous Shutter Count.

IMPORTANT:  The Previous Shutter Count is an important measure of the camera's use.  Only adjust Previous Shutter Count when replacing the Main Board without the original Camera Data and make sure that it matches the original count.

 

 

Release Count:

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​​Review or modify the Previous Shutter Count.

 

IMPORTANT:  The Total Release Count is an important measure of the camera's use.  Only adjust Total Count when replacing the Main Board without the original Camera Data and make sure that it matches the previous Main Board's count.

 

 

 

Main Board Replacement

Backup Calibration

  • Backup Calibration BEFORE REMOVING THE FAULTY MAIN BOARD.

 

Initialize Board

  • Initialization is REQUIRED when installing a New Board.

 

Load Calibration

  • Upload the cameras original calibration file into your new Main Board.

 

Model and Serial Number

  • These features are not needed if you have uploaded the camera's original calibration file
  • Change the Electronic Serial Number to match the label on the bottom of the camera.

  • Make sure the Sensor ID on the Main Board matches the one on the Sensor PCB for the defect map. If they don't match due to missing Calibration Data, click 'Copy ID of Main Board' to sync them. For visible defects, send the camera to Canon for the correct defect map.

 

  • Model names can differ based on location. You can use 'Change Model Name' for your specific location.

 

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Jiří Habla () - March 2nd 2023
I do appreciate your support! And no idea why the R one isn't working, weird thing is that it worked on my windows 10 installation about week ago....now no matter what I do I does not work on any of my PCs. …………………….

Thanks for the tips. I tried both but none of them work. HOWEVER I tried to also remove Czech language and switch everything to English. That was it....all working fine now
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Stuart Hale (UK) - March 31st 2022
March 31, 2022 ... 10.11 AM
I recently purchased the software for the Eos R so I can swap out a main board with a damaged SD card slot. Have a bit of an issue and wondered if you had ever seen it.?


I have popped the new pcb into the camera to start the process of sending over all the data, the new board just puts the SD card read/write light on solidly and wont let me do anything else, no buttons respond, I remember on the 5D MK IV having to tape up a battery con [...read more]
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Richard Broadbent () - March 28th 2022
March 22, 2022

Charles ..... Sorry to say I'm in trouble again. The problem is I attach the camera and "connect" the camera opens the shutter and the LCD shows image although there is no lens but if I change the view the brightness changes. Then the software advises the board requires re initialising It wont allow to change any settings, on the camera (its locked in P with red led on the back glowing away)

Any help would be appreciated ... Richard, Ca [...read more]