Support for Canon 7D added, amongst others

DxO Labs has announced the latest version of its DxO Optics Pro software. Version 6.1 for Windows adds a support for three new cameras – Canon’s 7D and G11 and the Nikon D3000.

DxO Labs also claim to have fixed several bugs, as well as improving the user interface. Improvements include a full screen display mode, additions shortcuts and additional presets.

Finally, version 6.1 for windows also adds 56 new DxO Optics Modules for a range of cameras.

DxO Optics Pro v6.1 for Windows is currently available at a 30% discount until 31st December 2009, priced at £69 and £139 for the Standard and Elite versions respectively.

Version 6.1 is available as a free upgrade for those who have purchased DxO Optics Pro 5 since 1st June 2009. Those who have purchased before that date can upgrade for just £29 and £39 for the Standard and Elite versions respectively.

  • Myrna21Larsen

    freelance writer

  • Brian

    Does anyone know what the advantage of upgrading is if you haven’t got one of the new cameras (I have Canons 5 and D40 – already supported)? Are the ’56 new DxO Optics Modules’ really worth the extra? I love DxO, but is this upgrade as big as the price suggests it is?