Press & Testimonials

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The result is realistic-looking grain, color and contrast, just like the actual film.
Mike Tomkins
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Its RAW conversions are amongst the best of the photo editing software we’ve tested.
Staff
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If you have a fondness for the film effects from the past, you'll really enjoy DxO FilmPack.
Daniel Bell
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DxO Optics Pro 10 has the 'best-in-class noise reduction' and 'excellent auto-correction based on camera and lens characteristics.
Michael Muchmore
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Film processing can be expensive and some film types hard to get hold of, so DxO FilmPack 5 is a worthwhile and useful tool for today’s photographer.
Callum McInerney-Riley
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DxO OpticsPro 10 is as close to custom processing software as you’ll get without coding it yourself.

Theano Nikitas
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DxO OpticsPro 10 is a feature-rich image-processing application that produced excellent results on every image throughout our test.
Staff
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DxO OpticsPro has more power when it comes to pulling back detail from shadow and highlight areas where you’d never think it was possible.
Staff
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It’s almost like actually shooting Kodachrome 25 or Fuji Velvia 50. And the final output is impressive.
Derrick Story
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Cameras aren't perfect, lenses aren't perfect. You can put up with it, or dig deep and buy better ones. Or you could take a different route, using DxO's lab-developed correction profiles to correct image flaws digitally in DxO Optics Pro.
Rod Lawton
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When you open a RAW file in the application, the image is analyzed and a few basic adjustments are applied. Right away, the photo comes to life.

Derrick Story
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