Rasmus Kamper
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Rkamper reviewed on 27 Jun 2011
Great app! I bought a Canon G12 and wanted to learn Raw Processing after many years of shooting only jpeg. After struggling with Aperture 3 and then ARC I got frustrated with the result. No matter how much I tried I couldn't get it right without too much fiddling around. I tried Raw Developer, Lightroom and Digital Photo Professional too, but couldn't settle with any of them. Then I downloaded DxO Optics Pro and played around with it for a few hours. I decided to perform a test. I selected 100 shots taken in various light conditions and developed each in all six apps. Then I selected what appeared to me to be the best result (without knowing the actual app). 70% of my selections turned out to be from DxO and the rest distributed almost evenly among the other apps! That convinced me to buy DxO and I never do RAW development in any of the other apps. After having processed the images in DxO I load the tiff's into Aperture and do some small fine tuning if necessary.
[Version 6.6]

Rkamper commented on 30 Nov 2010
I got a reply within one hour and got the instructions on how to get the free update of version 3.6. Everything is working fine. So just follow the link in my previous comment and send an email with your order number and you get the instructions. :-))
[Version 3.6]

Rkamper commented on 30 Nov 2010
I'm trying too to get my "free update for life" Not easy to get into contact with the company, but today I managed to submit an email via their so called Customer Support on http://www.speedtools.com/Contact.html. I will let you know what comes out of this.
[Version 3.6]

Rkamper commented on 29 Oct 2010
Please rename this app! The name keeps me from even looking at it!
[Version 5 beta 126]

Rkamper commented on 28 Feb 2010
Links to 6.5.9!
[Version 6.6.0]

rkamper commented on 13 Sep 2009
Congratulations to Bombich for being the first to clone Snow Leopard properly. Now my clone has the same size as the source (a litte bit less as expected). My Superduper clone was 3.5 GB larger than the source. Great job! I will donate as soon as possible.
[Version 3.3b5]

rkamper commented on 02 Sep 2009
I am a bit disappointed seeing that SuperDuper 2.6.1 doesn't preserve the compression introduced in Snow Leopard. My "clone" was 3.6 GB larger than the source disk! Will wait for a solution to this problem.
[Version 2.6.1]

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