DxO Labs has released a new software update for the Optics Pro 10 image-editing program. Users can now download Optics Pro 10.2 along with ViewPoint 2.5.2 and FilmPack 5.1 updates.
There are other competitors to Adobe Lightroom available on the market. One of them is Optics Pro, which is developed by DxO Labs. The latest version is “10” and it was released in October 2014.
The developer has already updated its program since its first launch. However, a new update has just been released for download. Without much further ado, the DxO Optics Pro 10.2 software update is here with support for new cameras as well as camera-lens combinations.
DxO Optics Pro 10.2 software update now available with support for four new cameras
DxO Labs has released the Optics Pro 10.2 update in order to add support for four camera profiles. The developer says that the newly-supported models are the Sony A7II, Panasonic LX100, Pentax K-S1, and the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.
In addition to these three cameras and one smartphone, the latest Optics Pro version comes packed with support for 291 new modules. This way, the number of camera-lens combinations has reached almost 23,000.
Lots of lenses from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Zeiss, Panasonic, Sigma, Minolta, Tamron, Samyang, Tokina, or Pentax are now supported by cameras from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, Pentax, or Samsung.
The developer said that the workflow has been improved, too, as the slider is more reactive, while the Horizon tool’s interface is better.
Live View is a new tool that will display an image while it is added to a folder. Last but not least, the EXIF data has been redesigned, allowing users to see the exposure settings with ease.
ViewPoint 2.5.2 and FilmPack 5.1 updates released by DxO Labs, too
In addition to the DxO Optics Pro software update 10.2, the developer has released both the ViewPoint 2.5.2 and FilmPack 5.1. The former is here with support for the four new devices, while the latter supports only the three cameras, but not the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The company says that the DxO FilmPack 5.1 provides “a more comfortable” experience. In full-screen mode, the toolbar can now be hidden by the users. Moreover, the tone curve, sliders, histogram, and navigator have been slightly changed in order to be easier to read.
All updates can be installed within the applications. Photographers who do not have the software, can grab fully-functional 30-day trials at the company’s website.