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May 15, 2009
DxO Optics Pro Passes 1,200 Optical Corrections

Celebrates 5th anniversay

DxO sends word that their DxO Optic Pro package has turned five this month! To mark the occasion, they are giving a 25% discount to new and upgrade users. DxO Optics Pro allows you to automatically remove lens distortion from your photos through its database of over 1,200 optics.

It is available as a standalone application or as a plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom. [MORE]

Keywords: dxo  digital darkroom  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on May 15, 2009 14:05 
Last updated by: on May 15, 2009 14:06

December 02, 2008

DxO FilmPack v2 Released

Both Mac and Windows versions available of film simulation filters

DxO labs has released version 2.0 of its popular film simulation software DxO FilmPack. This tool allows digital photographers to simulate the look and grain of many different film formats through the years.

"Among the 27 new film profiles added to DxO FilmPack v2, 7 simulate Instant film profiles (Polaroid and Fuji) and 3 Infrared film profiles (Kodak and Rollei). Other new film profiles include Fuji Provia 400, Kodak Elitechrome, Kodak Ektachrome 100 G, Agfa APX, Fuji Neopan 1600, Ilford Delta, Kodak T-Max, Agfa Ultra Color, Fuji Superia and Kodak Elite Color." [MORE]

Keywords: digital darkroom  dxo  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on December 02, 2008 09:44 
Last updated by: on December 03, 2008 16:34

November 17, 2008

DxO Labs unveils DxOMark.com

the first digital camera benchmark based on RAW image quality

"Objective measurements of RAW images are an essential basis for any analysis of digital cameras, but such measurements were neither possible nor available until now. DxO Labs has developed a new scale for digital camera image quality performance, called DxOMark Sensor, to serve as an additional tool to help photographers rank and compare digital cameras.

This scale is based on three underlying metrics, Color Depth, Dynamic Range and Low-Light ISO, each one tied to a real-life photographic scenario: landscape, studio & portrait, and photojournalism & sport." [MORE]

Keywords: dxo  dslr  raw  measurement  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on November 17, 2008 12:39 
Last updated by: on December 03, 2008 16:39


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