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DxO PureRAW announced


DxO has announced a new software package that enables photographers who use Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom and Capture One or other image-editing software to apply DxO’s widely-respected optical correction and DeepPRIME noise reduction algorithms to their raw files.

DxO Labs began measuring optical and camera defects in 2003 to enable images to be scientifically corrected. Over the years, the company has built up a database of measurements and corrections for over 60,000 camera and lens combinations.

This data is used to inform DxO PhotoLab, a sophisticated image-editing software package.

With DxO PhotoLab 4, the company introduced the latest version of DeepPRIME, which makes use of artificial intelligence and deep learning to reduce image noise. After testing it and comparing with other noise reduction controls and software, I’m confident that it’s the best around.

Acknowledging that Adobe holds the lion’s share of the image-editing software market, DxO has now introduced DxO PureRAW, which enables photographer who use non-DxO editing packages to access DeepPRIME and the company’s optical corrections.

DxO PureRAW uses DxO correction modules for the specific lens and camera combination to correct distortion, vignetting, chromatic aberrations, and a lack of sharpness that’s a feature even of the best lenses. Before investing in DxO PureRAW it’s advisable to visit DxO’s website to check that your camera and lenses are compatible.

DxO PureRAW price and availability

DxO PureRAW is available now for Windows and Mac computers. Until May 2021, there’s a special launch price of just £79.99 / $ 89.99 / €89.99. The regular price is £115 / $129 / €129. Visit the DxO website to purchase DxO PureRAW. There’s also a free 30-day trial version available to download from here.


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