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ScottinPollock

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So in looking for a raw converter that would have built in corrections for Panny/Leica lenses, I gave the new DxO Photolab a try and in the hour or two I've been playing with it, I am pretty impressed.

While it isn't capable of stacks or other compositing, I have so far been very happy with the interface and how quick and easy it is to get really good looking conversions from it (even with my Nikon files).

Are any of you using it? What do you think?

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I am using DxO since, if I remember correctly, version 3.5.

My primary raw converter.

I use it with the ViewPoint and FilmPack extensions.

I obviously like the output and how it works.

A very good support team for the occasional question or issue as well.