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Updates for DxO Optics Pro

February 7th, 2011 No comments

Updates for DxO Optics Pro are now occurring more frequently in order to support more cameras and lenses as quickly as possible. Here is the latest news:

New for January:

  • The Panasonic DMC-GH2 and Sony SLT-A55 cameras are now supported.
  • 165 camera/lens combinations have been added to the DxO Optics Module library, providing support for additional lenses from Canon, Nikkor, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, Pentax and Sony for numerous Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Panasonic, Pentax and Sony cameras. See the complete list
  • The current version of DxO Optics Pro is v6.5.3

Planned for February:

  • DxO Optics Pro version 6.5.4 will support the following cameras:

-Olympus EPL2
-Sony A580
-Panasonic LX5

  • Many camera/lens combinations will be added for these cameras as well for numerous other cameras already supported.

To access the list of supported camera/lens combinations as well as those planned for February and the ensuing months, follow this link and then select the 2nd tab:
Supported and planned combinations


80 new DXO Optics modules

May 19th, 2009 No comments


DXO Optics has added 80 new modules.  Most noteworthy for me is the Canon 5d Mark II with the Sigma 12-24.  I really need this combination for some of my HDR Architectural Interiors.
DXO has a unique way of processing raw file and to make it really work correctly you need to download and install their modules, which are scientific characterization (Profiles) of a camera and lens combination.
DXO makes it pretty easy to fix undesirable lens characteristics, like Chromatic Aberrations, Fall off, edge sharpness, etc.
I use it to output corrected tiff flies, which I then merge to hdr images.
DXO is a pretty darn good RAW processor, but I find the workflow a bit tedious for large quantities of images, so I generally only go to DXO when I need some good lens correction for a derivative file.
DXO is a french company and I use to talk with one of their engineers over Skype. Good guys, try the demo if you haven’t.

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