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DxO Optics Pro is a unique application that automatically increases the quality of images taken with supported Digital SLRs and Bridge Cameras, whether in JPEG or RAW format. To see supported and planned lens/camera combinations, please view this page.

DxO Optics Pro comes in two editions: Standard and Elite, for $169 and $299, respectively. Check out the differences between Standard and Elite here.

What's New

Version 9.5.1:

Adds support for:

  • Sony ?7s (Elite Edition only)
  • Sony DSC-RX100 III
  • Sony SLT-A77 II
  • Nikon 1 J4
  • Samsung NX30 (both Standard and Elite Editions)

Requirements

  • OS X 10.6 or later

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Essadee Member IconReview+34
Essadee
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No support for the most popular and pervasive mirrorless camera system on the planet. Intentional and willful ignorance of Fuji X-Trans is a great way to avoid having me as a customer, and at these prices I'm MUCH better off with competing software.

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Version 9.5.1
Pusfarm Member IconComment+33
Pusfarm
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This so-called Lightroom integration stinks. Without even getting into DxO's lack of proper support for DNGs, when I try to edit a TIF copy I usually get a question mark icons where my image is supposed to be (actually, for all of them). Instead, it may open my Photos folder - not where I keep my files - and not open the one I'm trying to edit. The one time a file opened properly I tried exporting to DNG, but got a batch error about RGB - despite only exporting one photo and it wasn't originally RGB.

I've had this app for about 6 months, but I'm not impressed due to its limitations and flakiness.

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Version 9.5.0
Essadee
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They may as well say they also have Microsoft Excel integration!

B. Jefferson Le Blanc Member IconComment+648
B. Jefferson Le Blanc
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You can get Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for less and get support for just about every camera available. Is there a significant advantage to DxO Optics Pro that makes it preferable despite the cameras it does not support?

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Version 9.1.3
Essadee
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Depends entirely on the camera and sensor honestly. I don't know how DxO lines up but CaptureOne and SilkyPix do a much better job with Fujifilm's X-Trans sensor for example. Aperture does a Good Job and Adobe does a Fair Job but a lot of that is subjective.

For the type of photography I do LightRoom is acceptable and about to improve with ACR 8.4. I think if I were not invested in anything at present and evaluating LR/DxO/SP/C1, I'd be including the cost of presets/styles that I were interested in too, since from the looks of it DxO offers several styles (presets) that are pretty good/trendy and without the price-tag of VSCO or similar.

Garytmg
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They have a trial version you can download, so you can evaluate it with some of your own image files.

Porpentine Member IconComment+15
Porpentine
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Excellent software but please note that $99 becomes £79 in the UK rather than the £60.50 it should be at this exact moment. Yes they are adding VAT but that still does not add up.

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Version 9.1.2
Essadee Member IconComment+34
Essadee
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Still no X-Trans sensor support? Really?

There is a non-trivial number of us. Even Apple figured that out.

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Version 9.0.0
Pusfarm
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I just bought this from Amazon because DxO requires a credit card (which I have, I'm just not very trusting, in this case of a processor in Belgium I've never heard of) and I got tired of getting redirected to their French-language site, but while I was corresponding with their support about it I asked about future X-Trans support (as a potential gift for a friend; I shoot Pentax). I didn't get an answer to the question, but the reply said it's not supported. Don't know if that means it never will be or just not currently.

Unrelated to that issue, I activated the license tonight and was irritated to find that they have mandatory registration before your software will activate. I don't buy or use software that forces registration. Could have used bogus info, but since my license is tied to it I didn't think using the name "Mr. F**k You" was wise.

droscar Member IconComment+25
droscar
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Version 9.0 now available at the developer's site.

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Version 8.3.2
Poppayanke Member IconComment+3
Poppayanke
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Unfortunately, still no support for Fujifilm x100(s), xpro1, etc.

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Version 8.3.0
Paoloz Member IconReview+8
Paoloz
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This not a review, I just wanted to point out that I don't have this product but was interested so I checked the store. Price is NOT 99 USD, but 169, or for europeans is 149 EUR.
99 USD could be an interesting price, while 149 Eur is totally not
also because 169 USD should be about 130 EUR and being developed in Germany the EUR overcharge is simply absurd.

Please correct the price and remove this, as I don't have tried it.

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Version 8.1.4
MacUpdate-Jess
+2

Paoloz, as of 6 June 2013, the prices in the DxO Labs store--when accessed from the United States--are exactly as quoted in our listing: $99US for the Standard edition, $199US for the Elite.

Paoloz
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There's the "Summer Promo" rebate. Still puzzling about $99 made it to 99Eur, whilst should be 75 nowadays. 25% overcharge for europeans. Wonder if I'll bounce via proxy.

Abbott
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He does have a point, though. The license price depends on what camera model you have. If DxO considers it to be a 'pro' camera, you must buy the more expensive license. And if you decide to upgrade your camera your camera from what DxO considers "non-pro" to a "DxO pro" body, you're going to have to upgrade your license as well. That's why I stopped using DxO Optics.

Patoche Member IconReview+70
Patoche
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With this new version, DXO support my new Sony RX1....and the results....wouaw...
Love the results with the default preset, the more I use DXO 8, the more I take pleasure developping my files.
Very good work DXO, thanks.

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Version 8.1.2
Wolfak Member IconReview-1
Wolfak
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It "was" a great app during my days with Canon G11. But after buying the Fujifilm Finepix X10 a year ago I can't use it because there is still no support for that camera. It was announced for May 2012, but I wait and wait...

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Version 8.0.0
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Widber
Version 9.5.0
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ErvinsS
Version 9.5.0
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Macupchris
Version 9.1.5
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FreddyD5690
Version 9.1.3
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Godefroyr
Version 9.1.3
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equinoxfeatures
Version 9.0.1
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Jam9
Version 8.0.0
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Titou
Version 8.0.0
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Jam9
Version 7.5.4
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Jam9
Version 7.5.1
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Date 10 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
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