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DxO Optics Pro

Posted date:  July 4, 2007
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I’ve been having heaps of fun with my new toy, Nikon’s AF Fisheye Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED-IF DX. I was even more excited when I came across this article at Ken Rockwell’s site about DxO Optics Pro, a program that allows you to correct the distortion associated with such wide lenses. I downloaded the free sample and have been playing around with some of the images I took in Cambodia.

Here’s an pic from a market in Kampot, southern Cambodia, without any distortion correction:

before.jpg

Here’s the same image after DxO Optics Pro’s one button distortion correction:

wide.jpg

And even cooler, if in Expert settings mode, you click on Max image, you get an even wider image:

ultra wide.jpg

I’m pretty sure I’ll end up buying this, especially if they add settings for my 18-35 f/3.5-4.5 D.


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