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Dave Gurtcheff
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« Reply #20 on: December 12, 2009, 02:36:14 PM »
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I just saw the email I got from them:



Now I know it wasn't just my imagination  
I'm really looking forward for the S90 module to see how it compares with DPP. Also few days ago I realized they added support for my D90 with the 35mm 1.8D  
Seems they are receptive to suggestions/ critique.
I looked all over their web site, and can't seem to find what cameras/lenses are supported. It used to be obvious, but now it is hidden?    
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« Reply #21 on: December 12, 2009, 04:33:13 PM »
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I looked all over their web site, and can't seem to find what cameras/lenses are supported. It used to be obvious, but now it is hidden?    
Dave

On the DXO web site's main window, select "Editions and Features" on the left. That will give you a dialog where you can enter in the operating system, choose a camera body and get a list of supported lenses.

http://www.dxo.com/en/photo/dxo_optics_pro/versions_pricing


There is also a master list you can download as a PDF. Don't forget that a lot of features that were only available for supported lenses can now be manually adjusted in version 6.
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« Reply #22 on: December 12, 2009, 06:12:00 PM »
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Found it!

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« Reply #23 on: December 12, 2009, 09:28:54 PM »
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On the DXO web site's main window, select "Editions and Features" on the left. That will give you a dialog where you can enter in the operating system, choose a camera body and get a list of supported lenses.

http://www.dxo.com/en/photo/dxo_optics_pro/versions_pricing


There is also a master list you can download as a PDF. Don't forget that a lot of features that were only available for supported lenses can now be manually adjusted in version 6.

AlanG: Thanks!
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« Reply #24 on: January 19, 2010, 08:45:50 PM »
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As an update, the newer 6.1 version seems to be quite stable, at least on WinXp Prof on my desktop. Didn't have a single crash so far. It's still tricky to get the "right" color. But in the end you can use it at least for geometrical correction.
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« Reply #25 on: January 28, 2010, 02:34:19 PM »
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Very frustrated that the lens module for the 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II NIKKOR hasn't been released yet. Means that I am still unable to use DxO to process images and get the full benefit of my new lens which arrived late November.... Quite why this is lagging in their priority list compared to low-end cameras and I had to pay Elite license fee for a D700 gives me the impression that they've taken my money and moved on to another market area.
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« Reply #26 on: June 01, 2010, 11:23:52 AM »
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I'm a user and like the DxO sharpening, leaving the other shrpening features unchecked, DxO lighting and geometry. I agree it's a great RAW converter I use the Pentax PEF format. Sometimes I finish in Cs2. Most times not.

The white balance adjustment is easy to use, for my style. The color-picker is harder, but fun to play with with some shots that need it.

OFF topic - I j-u-s-t recently found out how to debug the back-focus issue with my Pentax * lens..dang what a difference as I was this close to pitching it) K10D and 16-50 2.8 lens.
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« Reply #27 on: June 10, 2010, 11:03:29 AM »
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After having tried many different programs, I am convinced that DxO is the best RAW converter, especially when lens/camera correction modules are available.  I gather that the actual RAW processing has not changed significantly with the latest upgrade.  Heretofore, I have relied upon Lightroom for fine tuning and file management of DNGs that are outputted from DxO.  I expect that I will continue in that fashion with v6, once it appears for Mac.

Rob

I used DxO v5.4 extensively and tested v6 on Mac, when it was finally released.  The interface seems better and the program operates more smoothly, but I see little improvement in the quality of the RAW conversions.  While waiting for the Mac version, I discovered Capture One 5, which I feel produces much better images, even without lens correction modules.  I will not be upgrading to DxO v6.  I also prefer C1 to the latest version of LR/ACR.  I have not tested Aperture and do not plan to, unless I get really bored.

Rob
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