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Author Topic: Follow-up to Using DxO for My Micro Four-Thirds Cameras & Lenses  (Read 1398 times)
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« on: July 29, 2012, 04:44:39 PM »
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In a nutshell, my use of my recently acquired DxO for my m4/3rd Panasonic cameras and m4/3rd lenses (Panasonic and Olympus) has resulted in so-much sharper and color-balanced images, that I reluctantly am considering getting rid of my older fixed-lens APS-C (Sony DSC-R1), which model and excellent lens are disappointingly not available for RAW correction by DxO.  (I'm in a similar situation with my older Nikon 35mm film lenses, which I use with the Photodiox m4/3 shift adapter.)  I anticipate I eventually will then have to consider acquiring a newer APS-C camera (and lenses) which DxO Labs have already tested and incorporated in their software.  All this is both exciting and frustrating.  I will have to see what additional improvement this quantum jump in my m4/3 image quality with DxO might "necessitate" for me.  Maybe I've reached my plateau of satisfaction (if that is possible for any photographer).  But some of those new greater-metapixel cameras are tempting.   
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« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2012, 07:28:20 AM »
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Just started using DxO myself for Nikon

AMAZING!

No pro here, but have moved sliders all over the place on LR4 and gotten some "pleasing" results. One button on DxO and OMG! Of course I will get adventuresome, but what a starting point. Plus the on-the-money sharpening. Just a God-sent for non-Pros like me.
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