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DxO Optics Pro

At a Glance
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DxO isn't for everyone. For one thing, the camera and lens setup you use must be supported by the product (you can check what models and lens types the product supports on their Website). Virtually all DSLR bodies and lenses, as well as a growing list of so-called prosumer point-and-shoot models, are supported by the Standard Edition package found here (professional photographers might need the $299 Elite edition, with a wider range of support for pro lenses and DSLR camera bodies). For another, if you're a capable Photoshop guru, you may be able to perform most of the tasks manually, one photo at a time, that DxO's product does automatically and rapidly, in batches of any size. But if quality, speed, ease of use are of paramount concern, Image Pro won't let you down.

--Andrew Brandt

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At a Glance
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