DXO Optics Pro and E-M1

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Bob Tullis
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Re: DXO Optics Pro and E-M1
In reply to Dave Thompson, 2 months ago

It very good for supported hardware.   I don't use it routinely, as I don't routinely use supported lenses.   I am pleased that this latest version has a better relationship with LR, though I feel LR is better with highlight/shadow manipulation.   Maybe I just don't use DXO enough to be as adept in that area as I am with LR. . .

The 12-40 is cracking crisp on its own. One of the few lenses where I question the need for additional sharpening.   But with a lens like the 9-18 that can use a little help to refine details (to bring it more in line with the 7-14 or 12-40, for example) is where I find DXO useful.   IMO, naturally [g]   I've had a love/hate relationship with DXO ever since it appeared on the scene.   This latest version doesn't frustrate, so I may be turning to it more often.

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