DxO Optics Pro doesn't work with images from Fujifilm X-T1

Started Jan 17, 2017 | User reviews
Andre842 New Member • Posts: 5
DxO Optics Pro doesn't work with images from Fujifilm X-T1
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Users of Fujifilm cameras be aware that DxO Optics Pro will not work with images from your camera. DxO should post that warning when selling its software.

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Andre842 wrote:

Users of Fujifilm cameras be aware that DxO Optics Pro will not work with images from your camera. DxO should post that warning when selling its software.

Everyone should make sure that their camera(s) and/or lenses are supported before buying any RAW processor. DxO has said they will probably never support non-Bayer sensors.

https://support.dxo.com/hc/en-us/articles/205261238-Why-DxO-OpticsPro-doesn-t-support-OpticsPro-Fuji-X-Pro-1-X-E1-X10-XF1-X-S1-X-Pro1-X100s-and-X20-cameras-

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"Users of Fujifilm cameras be aware that DxO Optics Pro will not work with images from your camera"

Yes, we know.

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Phil Hill Senior Member • Posts: 2,757
Re: DxO Optics Pro doesn't work with images from Fujifilm X-T1

Andre842 wrote:

Users of Fujifilm cameras be aware that DxO Optics Pro will not work with images from your camera. DxO should post that warning when selling its software.

At risk of stating the obvious, DxO posts a list of cameras (and lenses) that they DO support. This seems (to me) to be more sensible than trying to maintain a list of everything that they don't support.

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