Good that you found the solution. I suppose it is the same as I mentioned before:jaell said:Yup, after updating to the latest version of EOS Utility (I was on 3.7, and 3.8 came out in February) and having the problem again, I just noticed the box to the left of the time zone, and wondered what it was for. DST right there.5DIV said:You need to turn on the daylight time symbol in the Date/Time/Zone menu in the camera. It looks like a Sun symbol. Just setting the time ahead 1 hour is not the same thing.
Another way would have been to deactivate time sync in EOS utility.Maximilian said:I also assume that you have the summer / winter time switch in the right position.
But if it works now, that's fine