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I only use it for importing photos. For slider virtuosos, DxO OpticsPro provides advanced control over every image processing parameter imaginable. To transfer images to Optics Pro from Lightroom, you'll have to first unlearn a little past behavior. And thanks to a vast catalog of optics modules specific to individual pairings of camera body and lens -- each made as the result of laborious lab testing -- Optics Pro is able to automatically correct for a wide range of defects and aberrations without the slightest effort from the photographer. At this point 3 other companies, in addition to Fuji / Silkypix, have "solved" the xtrans problem: Adobe, Apple, and Iridient. Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited. it is your local adjustments before you send it to do transformative work it ps it iwould not be easy to do before you send it out to no its not the same at allLike0May 23, 2014permalinkJohn C Tharp Well yeah, if you want to do the local adjustments before the file is rendered. Then you can compare both files in Dxo one next to anther.

For your RAW files, they will indeed be able to open in Optics Pro, and the software *automatically* applies corrections that are more powerful than our competitors. far can't find a "DXO will not support Xtrans extraction at anytime" like statement. I like the things DXO does better than ACR, such as lens correction, but they are not as good at tone,contrast, etc. Do I understand that my Fujis aren't covered by DxO Optics Pro?Like0Jun 15, 2014permalink FOLLOW US dpreview Tweets by dpreview Latest reviewsNikon D589%Nikon D50091%Nikon D81086%LG G584%Canon EOS 80D84%See all reviews Finished challengesA Space Fortress by 2carelessfrom Urban landscape at nightMorning walk in Asheville, NC by TeeTimefrom #4 : A walkLake Kariba, Zimbabwe by Mushmichfrom SafariHvtserkur and lines in the sand by tresemesfrom Landscape Photo with SandDiscover more challenges Most popular camerasNikon D5003.7%Nikon D52.7%Pentax K-12.4%Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV2.0%Sony Alpha a60001.8%Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1001.7%Sony Alpha a63001.6%Nikon D7501.4%Canon EOS 80D1.4%Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100 (Lumix DMC-TZ100)1.3%Other popular cameras FeaturesIn-depth testingLatest Camera ReviewsBeyond the studio testsFeature Articles and VideosPIX VideosTalks, demos and panels680The Canon that canCanon EOS 80D Review356Touchscreen street shooterFujifilm X70 Review2086Upwardly mobileSony a6300 Review298Power ZoomPanasonic Lumix ZS100/TZ100 Review2459Retro through-and-throughFujifilm X-Pro2 ReviewTouch and goNikon D5500 ReviewReturn of the Super Rebel?Canon EOS Rebel T6s Review519Ultra-compactSony Cyber-shot RX1R II reviewKirkjufell mountainBehind the Shot: Shredded38Readers' ShowcaseNicolas Alexander Otto2156Playing the Ace?Sony Alpha 7R II Review207VideoCapturing nature with the Canon EOS 7D Mark II2163FeatureWhat is equivalence?Two in oneLG G5 camera reviewSpeed BoostSony SLT-A77 II Review96VideoTamron SP 15-30mm F2.8 Field TestTwice as Nice?Canon EOS 7D Mark II Review Top threads73What is the Cutest Bird You Have Photographed?56The Art of Street Photography XXXVI56rumors of a Nikon 1 relaunch55* Wed C&C "No Theme" Thread #423 2016 05 31 *49Stirring the Hornet's Nest - 144Looks like the Nikon D750 vs D5: D750 scored higher D810 trails far behind43Voigtlander Ultron 21 or Loxia 21?4285/135 mm Portrait system questions40New Olympus PRO standard zoom coming?37Sold my GH4, bought a GX85.34***Mini-Challenge #420*** MOTION part 232lens color - do you care? must things match?32500px fraud - not compensated for images stolen31Re DPR Article "Waterfails: We test Pentax K-1's Pixel Shift"31nx500 UHD - 60 FPS - 200 mbps30Does the Nikkor 16-80mm f2.8-4 "suck", as Theoria Apophasis claims on YouTube30Ouch! I killed my 100-400 and scratched my GH4 sensor!28Cuba, a defrosting world.28A Suggestion For Sigma.27Photo editing / post processing software questions Editorial content Camera reviews Lens reviews Printer reviews Buying guides Sample images Videos Product database Cameras Lenses Camera search Camera comparison Lens search Product timeline Browse all products Community Forums Challenges Galleries My Profile My Settings My GearList Follow us Subscribe to the weekly newsletter About us Work for us Advertise with us FAQ Feedback Interest-Based Ads Privacy Legal All content, design, and layout are Copyright 1998 - 2016 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. Most of the lens corrections applied AUTOMATICALLY are spot on, and DxO automatically applied corrections to photos from all my cameras and lenses (including canon, tamron & sigma). Through June 15, 2014, discounted pricing is available, with the Standard edition priced at US$100, and the Elite edition at US$200. No idea why. The dual non-destructive flow gives users optimal flexibility right through to the final adjustments to their photos. You have absolutely no need to Import your folders, to Update them or anything else - we are allowing you to tap right in and get started working on the photos even faster, while surely getting a more powerful and precise image quality and correction. Award-Winning Software ..

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