DxO Labs announces today that the Windows PC version of DxO Optics Pro v4 supports Nikon D2Xs and Sony Alpha digital single lens reflex cameras. DxO Optics Pro v4 automatic digital image enhancement software offers 19 camera body and lens combinations for the Nikon D2Xs and an initial selection of the most popular lenses for the Sony Alpha, including the Sony DT 18-70mm F 3.5-5.6 kit lens. DxO Optics Pro v4 is available immediately on the DxO Labs Web site. DxO Optics Pro is the award-winning digital image enhancement tool incorporating revolutionary optics, noise and exposure corrections in an easy-to-use, feature rich application for Mac and PC users.
DxO Labs announces today availability of a free, Windows PC public beta release of DxO Optics Pro v4 for all digital photographers to download from the website of DxO. DxO Optics Pro software improves the image quality of Digital Single-Lens Reflex cameras and advanced digicams. DxO Optics Pro is the award-winning digital image enhancement tool incorporating revolutionary optics, noise and exposure corrections in an easy-to-use, feature rich application for Mac and PC users. "DxO Optics Pro v4 brings a wealth of true innovations including faster throughput and significantly improved control over color and optical performance," said Luc Marin, vice president of the Photography Business Unit at DxO Labs.
DxO Labs, a software company focused on research in image processing to enhance image quality, announces DxO Analyzer 2.0, a major upgrade of its breakthrough camera quality measurement tool. DxO Analyzer 2.0 will be previewed during the Photokina trade show and will be available mid November 2004. In addition to providing thorough analysis of four critical performance characteristics for any digital camera (e.g. Distortion, Chromatic Aberration, Blur, and Vignetting), DxO Analyzer 2.0 adds several major enhancements. A Set of Revolutionary Noise Measures Image noise can be characterized in several ways with descriptive terms such as "intensity", "graininess", or "color differences", but up until now these dimensions have been difficult to quantify.