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DxO Optics Pro 7.5.4 adds Sony RX100 and Pentax K-30 support

By dpreview staff on Aug 29, 2012 at 19:09 GMT

DxO Labs has updated its DxO Optics Pro software to version 7.5.4. The latest version adds Raw support for the Sony DSC-RX100 and the Pentax K-30. In addition, the company has added 400 lens-optimizing Optics Modules for a variety of cameras and lenses, taking the total to over 8000. The upgrade is free to existing Optics Pro 7 users and those who bought Pro 6 after September 1st 2011. A trial version is available from the DxO Labs website.

Press Release:

DxO Optics Pro v7.5.4 surpasses 8,000 available DxO Optics Modules

August 29, 2012 - DxO Labs announces the immediate availability of DxO Optics Pro v7.5.4 for Mac and Windows, its image processing software of reference for all serious photographers. With this update, DxO Optics Pro 7 now supports the Pentax K-30 and the Sony DSC-RX100.

More than 8,000 DxO Optics Modules

Since the previous version, DxO Optics Pro v7.5.4 has added 400 new DxO Optics Modules for additional Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung, Sigma, Sony and Tamron lenses for Canon, Fuji, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic Pentax and Sony cameras.

DxO Optics Pro surpasses the benchmark of 8,000 camera/lens combinations in its library. This unrivaled database allows DxO Optics Pro to automatically correct all lens defects - distortion, vignetting, chromatic aberrations, lens softness - with an incomparable level of quality.

Developed in the laboratory following a scientific calibration process for all combinations of cameras and lenses, DxO Optics Modules contain tens of thousands of data points about the intrinsic limitations of each piece of equipment, resulting in corrections that are perfectly adapted to every image.

Availability and prices

The Standard and Elite editions of DxO Optics Pro 7 for Mac and Windows are available for purchase in DxO Labs’ online store ( and at photo resellers, at the following prices:


  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Standard Edition:$ 169
  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Elite Edition: $ 299


  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Standard Edition: 149 €
  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Elite Edition: 299 €
    (Suggested retail prices, including VAT)


  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Standard Edition: £ 135
  • DxO Optics Pro 7 Elite Edition: £ 269
    (Suggested retail prices, including VAT)

This update is free of charge for all owners of DxO Optics Pro 7, as well as for photographers who purchased a license for DxO Optics Pro 6 after September 1, 2011.

A fully-functional trial version of DxO Optics Pro v7, good for one month, is available on the DxO Labs website (


Total comments: 16
By TheYetiCom (Sep 5, 2012)

I have a bunch of keepers from previous photos that I have spent a few hours each tweaking to be right where I want using iphoto and later aperture. I loaded those raw files into dxo, and the "auto" mode looks nearly the same as my hour of tweaks, but the focus and noise is better, and it corected of all of the chromatic aberrations from my years of non L lenses.

Get the 30 day demo, and play with this.

The way they license it as pro version if you have a full frame sensor in your camera, otherwise you don't need the pro version.


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By astigmate (Aug 31, 2012)

crappy program, doesn't worth a penny. I tried this latest version, can't even load a D7000 raw file, showing error "SubsampleScale1 Execution Error"

Save your money and use rawtherapee or LR

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By Abacus67 (Sep 4, 2012)

This is simply not true. I use DxO since v5 times, it has always been my favourite RAW converter for Canon EOS 10D, 40D, S95 and now for the Sony RX100 as well. It works like a charm and produces consistently good results.

What I also like about DxO is that if they support a camera, they do it completely, or not at all. Example: Fuji X10. LR supports the X10 RAW files since v3.6, but not the 6 MP modes, which are exactly those ones which make the difference of the X10 over other cams. Then I prefer the DxO approach to delay the support (or even not support it at all).

The conclusion that it is "crappy" from a single trial is simply invalid. Did you try to contact the DxO support to resolve your issue (which might be an installation or OS environment issue)?

Nevertheless, DxO is certainly not the ideal RAW converter for everyone. it comes down to a matter of taste which workflow behind the tool matches your ideas. DxO is definitely different in that matter, compared to e.g. LR.

By Cheezr (Aug 30, 2012)

Thank you DxO, I for one, am grateful as I did not expect RX100 support and it is quite good!

By carpediem007 (Aug 30, 2012)

And still, no support for the Ricoh GXR... :-(

Not even their DNG files!

This means, I still can't correct (not even "manually"!) pictures taken with the GXR, as they aren't even displayed (recognized) by DxO...

When oh when will I finally be able to use DxO with the GXR / DNG files???

By profilor (Sep 5, 2012)

Same is true for Samsung NX. Also a niche camera...?? I have written to DxO many times, but they just ignore it. Meanwhile I have dropped the idea to purchase DxO.

By Chekr (Aug 30, 2012)

You can get a good discount/coupon at this location:

Just change the language using the menu at the top, the german magazine coupon will still apply on your purchase :)

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By ad800 (Oct 31, 2012)

Thanks worked great.

By mainframedc (Aug 29, 2012)

You can can see how DXO Labs and their deal with Canon has kept the Fujifilm X-Pro1 from being added to DXO Optics Pro. product.; shameful!

By Chekr (Aug 29, 2012)

Do you have any references to support this allegation, i'm not saying that you are lying, i'd just expect some supporting evidence to back up such a claim.

John Driggers
By John Driggers (Aug 30, 2012)

This is just silly. The Fuji uses a non-bayer sensor and is, for all practical purposes a niche camera. R&D costs and the natural business decision to support more popular cameras and camera-lens combos means the x1pro is waaaaaaay down the priority ladder. Oh, I could be wrong. Maybe Canon was in on the Kennedy assassination too. And they were also behind the fake moon landing photos. After all, conspiracy theory and Canon both begin with the letter "C".

By OliverKr (Aug 30, 2012)

Doesn´t matter what the reason for the decision is. But for me, DXO Optics is one of the best RAW tools. So, it would be great if I could use it for my X-Pro1 shots.

By Revenant (Sep 2, 2012)

Canon made a pretty lousy deal then, considering their sensors consistently are shown to be inferior to Sony's in DXO's tests.

By peevee1 (Aug 29, 2012)

All while DxOMark site is dead for a month...

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By raincoat (Aug 30, 2012)

watch out, dxo has been busy and v8 will be out soon.

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John Driggers
By John Driggers (Aug 30, 2012)

@peevee: Gosh, how did Canon find out you were in league with Fuji and get your ISP to block your access to the DXO site while the rest of us could get to it? Sorry you got singled out for such a raw deal.

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