DxO’s new Lens Softness Tool is designed to correct for the issue of a picture getting softer as it moves away from the sweet spot of the lens. The tool corrects for this, based on the camera and lens you’re using, and applies a gradual correction across the image.
Optics Pro 7 boasts a revamped user interface, support for more cameras and lenses and everything you’d expect from the product: RAW conversion, noise reduction, lens corrections and more. It also boasts a fourfold increase in batch processing speed.
You can pick up DxO Optics Pro 7 direct from DxO when it launches on November 30th. You’ll get up to $100 if you order before December 24th.