DxO Labs launches FilmPack v4.0.2

FilmPack 4 is now fully compatible with Adobe Lightroom 5

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DxO Labs has announced the latest update to its popular FilmPack 4.

The latest update means that users of Adobe Lightroom 5 can now utilise the film simulation software, which offers a range of filters, effects and tonings that can be combined and customised altogether.

Other features include 65 renderings and visual effects which can be applied to your images to give them that extra edge whether they be in colour or black and white.

FilmPack v4.0.2 can be installed as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 and 5, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, Photoshop Elements 10 and 11, Apple Aperture 3, and DxO Optics Pro v8.2 as well as a stand alone application for Mac and Windows.

Photographers who previously bought a DxO FilmPack 3 license on or after March 1st 2013 are eligible for a free upgrade to version 4.

Current customers can receive a £20 discount off FilmPack 4 until 30th June.

The essential edition version can be bought for £39 instead of £59 and the expert edition can be purchased for £79 rather than its original price of £99.  

DxO FilmPack v4.0.2 is now available on DxO Labs online store and a free monthly trial can be obtained through their website.

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