DO Labs Releases DXO® Optics Pro™ Software
DO Labs, a software company focused on applied mathematics for image enhancement, has announced the availability of DxO Optics Pro - its revolutionary software solution for dramatically improving digital image quality.
Designed for use by professional and discerning amateur photographers, DxO Optics Pro software delivers genuine and perceptible quality improvements by automatically correcting images for the following major optical faults, including distortion, vignetting, blur (lack of sharpness) and lateral chromatic aberration.
The modular design of DxO Optics Pro allows photographers to maximize performance of their existing and future equipment. In particular, DxO Optics Pro optimizes image quality when shooting conditions are difficult: wide aperture, extreme focal lengths on zooms, low-light, image edges, wide format sensors, etc... Traditional compromises no longer apply with DxO Optics Pro, photographers can now take full advantage of the possibilities their expensive digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras and lenses offer.
DxO Optics Pro is based on a deep mathematical and physical approach combining a `real-world' analysis and characterization of optical systems with breakthrough algorithms that use this model to produce the final image.
The proprietary DxO Optics Pro Correction Module is a sophisticated mathematical model of the imaging device. It is developed by DO Labs for each model of digital camera body and lens. The complexity of DxO Optics PRO correction is hidden from the user by providing totally automatic correction. DxO Optics Pro automatically takes into account all the variable parameters that are relevant for the correction (focal length, aperture, ISO, white balance, etc...). Provided the relevant DxO Correction Modules are installed, DxO Optics Pro will automatically correct a batch of images shot with different camera bodies, lenses, settings, etc... Correcting at approximately 2 Mpixel/second , DxO Optics Pro only takes seconds to correct even large images produced by high-end DSLRs.
For more information, visit DO Labs online at www.dxo.com.
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