Dual Pixel RAW
Shooting or images with this feature enabled produces special Dual Pixel RAW images containing dual pixel information from the image sensor. This is called Dual Pixel RAW shooting.
When processing these images in Digital Photo Professional software for EOS cameras, you can take advantage of the dual pixel data to fine-tune apparent resolution (using depth information), shift the camera viewpoint slightly, and reduce ghosting.
Results will vary depending on shooting conditions, so before using this feature, refer to the Digital Photo Professional instruction manual for details on Dual Pixel RAW characteristics and image processing.
Select [: Dual Pixel RAW].
Set the image quality to or .
- Set the image quality to , ＋JPEG, +HEIF, , +JPEG, or +HEIF.
Take the picture.
- A RAW image containing dual pixel data (Dual Pixel RAW image) is captured.
- Startup takes longer when the power switch is set to or the camera resumes operation from auto power off.
- Continuous shooting speed is slower when you shoot with Dual Pixel RAW (). Maximum burst is also lower.
-  and  drive modes are not available. Setting the mode to  or  has the effect of setting it to .
- Noise may be slightly more noticeable in RAW, RAW+JPEG, or RAW+HEIF images with [: Dual Pixel RAW] set to [Enable].
- These features are not available: HDR shooting, Multi Shot Noise Reduction, multiple exposures, RAW burst mode, focus bracketing, electronic shutter, and one-touch image quality setting.
Amount and effect of Dual Pixel RAW correction
- Larger lens apertures increase the amount and effect of correction.
- The amount and effect of correction may not be sufficient with some lenses and in some shooting scenes.
- The amount and effect of correction varies depending on the camera orientation (vertical or horizontal).
- The amount and effect of correction may not be sufficient under some shooting conditions.