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mpage Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Jun 2004Sat 02-Nov-13 01:29 PM
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"DxO Optics Pro Upgrade Price"


San Jose, US
          

DxO has released a new version of Optics Pro. The new version is DxO Optics Pro 9, and DxO has a special upgrade price until November 20th. I just upgraded my version 8 to version 9 for $69. After November 20th the upgrade price will be $99.

You need to log into your account at:

https://shop.dxo.com/login_overview.php

You will be provided the upgrade options. After selecting your upgrade option, click the "Confirm" button to continue to the Shopping Cart with the reduced upgrade price.

-Mark-

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kennoll Gold Member Nikonian since 07th Feb 2011Sat 02-Nov-13 07:00 PM
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Seattle, US
          

I have been using a trial version of Optics Pro 9. The current intro price is $99 to purchase. Goes to $169, the standard price, after Nov 20th.

Ken
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William Rounds Gold Member Nikonian since 25th Mar 2011Sat 02-Nov-13 07:46 PM
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I've been a user of DxO for several years and bought the upgrade. I like the feature of seeing what a variety of presets can do before selecting the most appropriate. It imported all of my existing presets with no problem.

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mpage Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Jun 2004Sat 02-Nov-13 11:41 PM
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Sat 02-Nov-13 11:42 PM by mpage

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Ken,

>I have been using a trial version of Optics Pro 9. The
>current intro price is $99 to purchase. Goes to $169, the
>standard price, after Nov 20th.

That price is for the Standard Version. The Elite Version is $100 more. The Elite Version includes Camera/Lens profiles for the more expensive cameras.

-Mark-

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kennoll Gold Member Nikonian since 07th Feb 2011Sun 03-Nov-13 01:22 AM
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Seattle, US
          

Thanks Mark. The Standard version is OK with me as I have a D300s. The Elite version accommodates the "more expensive cameras" (read Pro, semi-pro cameras) such as the Dn, D600, and D800 cameras, which I'm not currently considering at this time.

I have a a different post stream going in this forum, "DxO Software", in which I'm looking for DxO user input so I can decide whether to pull the trigger on Optics Pro 9 or not. I currently have LR5, CNX2, PSE10, and VNX, which serve me well.

While others suffer from NAS, Nikon Acquisition Syndrome, I suffer from SAS, Software Acquisition Syndrome. Focus and noise are my demons. A tripod helps a lot with the focus but the noise is a problem above ISO 400. DxO is supposed to have a heavy-duty noise suppressor but I haven't seen is yet. At least not any better the LR5.

Ken
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mpage Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Jun 2004Sun 03-Nov-13 12:38 PM
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San Jose, US
          

Ken,

I like DxO Optics Pro for the first step in my workflow because it is quick and powerful, not to mention easy to use.

Take a look at this thread I posted some time ago:

http://www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=set_threaded_mode&forum=196&topic_id=67315&prev_page=show_topic&gid=67315#67315

Since I got DxO Optics Pro I have not used Capture NX2. LightRoom is powerful and does more Photoshop-like things than does DxO Optics Pro, but since I have Photoshop Extended CS6, I do not miss these features.

I really like the camera/lens profiles created by the DxO technicians. LightRoom has user generated profiles. It really is a personal choice that one need to decided based on specific workflow needs.

-Mark-

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mpage Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Jun 2004Tue 05-Nov-13 08:30 AM
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Tue 05-Nov-13 08:34 AM by mpage

San Jose, US
          

Ken,

Here was the first test I did with DxO.



This correction was accomplished by merely opening up the image in DxO Optics Pro with the camera/lens profile. It corrected for exposure, color, barrel distortion, and vignetting. The shadow was caused by the on-camera speedlight and the lens.

-Mark-

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