DxO Correction Program?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Philip Procter, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. I just downloaded a copy of the DxO camera specific correction program
    for my Minolta A2. The lens in the A2 is not Minolta's finest moment,
    but the DxO programs seems to correct its most glaring faults.

    I don't like the way it does 16 bit RAW files, though. I have to
    convert them in Photoshop and then work in TIF within DxO. That
    doesn't seem right!

    Has anyone had experience with DxO? Is there a way to work with 16 bit
    files in RAW format?

    Philip
     
    Philip Procter, Nov 8, 2004
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