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- Dec 4, 2015
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The URL to the product page is broken now but here is the screenshot from their product announcement. Introductory upgrade price is 69.99.
May I ask if this new DXO PL4 support EM1 III and all lenses. Currently happy with DXO PL Elite 3 and would upgrade right away the newer version didn't break anything - recognizing all Olympus camera and lenses.Got a mail about the new PL4 and went and bought it right away!
Tested the DeepPRIME noise reduction on the .ORF file from PPC 601, a picture without much noise, first the DeepPRIME function takes forever with that picture, probably because it can't find any noise to reduce and when I tried to export as a JPG I got an output error! Might have been because the DeepPRIME hadn't finished, I don't know?
Hopefully this was reported to DxO so they can look into it.
Best to check on the DxO homepage!May I ask if this new DXO PL4 support EM1 III and all lenses. Currently happy with DXO PL Elite 3 and would upgrade right away the newer version didn't break anything - recognizing all Olympus camera and lenses.
How well does it work with low-light gig photography? Could you perhaps share an example from a lowlight indoor event? I am considering a noise reduction tool but I am worried whether the loss of details in hair or facial expression will be too much.Downloaded the update and first impressions are good. DXO has always given good results for me so I'll stick with it until something monumental happens to change that. The new denoising is better by a large enough degree to help my low-light files so all in all a happy snappa.