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DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition software
Ilse Jurriën : February 27th 2006 - 16:02 CET
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DxO LabsDxO Optics Pro Starter Edition : DxO Labs announces that DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition, the newest addition to the DxO Optics Pro family, is on sale via the company’s e-store. Based on the award-winning image enhancement technology acclaimed by Digital SLR users, DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition is specifically designed for advanced digicams, also known as “ZLR”, “SuperZoom” or “Bridge” cameras. DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition supports digital cameras including: Sony DSC-H1, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1, Canon PowerShot Pro S2 IS, Kodak P850, Olympus SP-500, Nikon Coolpix 8800, Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6, Panasonic DMC-FZ30, Konica Minolta DiMAGE A2, Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200, and Sony F-828. More camera support will be added in the future.
DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition softwareOptics Pro Starter Edition software
Optics Pro Starter Edition automatically improves the images from supported cameras in the following areas: Exposure optimization and dynamic range thanks to DxO Lighting Engine which automatically reveals shadow details, improves backlit images, and gives images more “pop”. Removal of Image Noise achieving a 2-stop gain thanks to DxO Noise Engine - making it possible to shoot in low-light situations without the inconvenience of digital noise. Removal of optical defaults such as lens distortion, vignetting, chromatic aberrations, purple fringing thanks to DxO Optics Engine.

DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition software
“DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition can be thought of as a ‘camera upgrade’,” says Luc Marin, vice president of DxO Labs Photography business. The software processes JPEG images and incorporates the same award-winning image enhancement technologies as DxO Optics Pro Standard and DxO Optics Pro Elite editions.

Optics Pro Starter Edition - Automated workflow
Another unique benefit of DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition is its automated workflow. The user simply drops images into the program and presses “Start” to improve the images, leaving DxO Optics Pro to do all the complex image enhancement tasks automatically. This has several important benefits: Virtually no learning curve; optimal results are achieved from the first use of the program. Much less time is spent in front of the computer tweaking images, leaving more time to do other things such as shooting more pictures!

DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition - Camera performance upgrade
Optics Pro Starter Edition’s state-of-the art image improvements are based on DxO Labs’ patented technology for modeling true camera performance. Each supported camera and its lens are studied in great detail, and thousands of highly controlled test images are shot. A mathematical model of the camera’s performance is then produced which can be used to “reverse” or eliminate image imperfections.

DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition - Price & Availability
- DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition is available for Windows and Macintosh.
- DxO Optics Pro Starter Edition is priced at $79 (excluding VAT and sales taxes).

About DxO Labs and its DxO Technology
DxO Labs is a software company developing image generation and enhancement technologies. We provide reliable off-the-shelf solutions for serious amateurs and professional photographers, photography journalists and experts as well as companies in the imaging business such as digital camera or cameraphone vendors, mobile operators, and printing or photofinishing professionals. The company's patented DxO technologies, the DxO Technology Foundations, are the result of state-of-the-art academic mathematical research. The DxO Technology Foundations comprise a set of software components to generate images or correct major imaging defects, such as color, contrast, blur, various optics faults, JPEG artifacts, etc.

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