A revolution for RAW files, DxO PureRAW 2 now allows users to pre-process images without leaving Lightroom and offers significant speed improvements. Support arrives for X-Trans cameras, offering Fujifilm photographers excellent image quality, and improved OS integration brings access via context menus.

Awarded the EISA Best Advanced Photo Software 2021 upon its release, DxO PureRAW set a new standard in RAW conversion through its pioneering use of artificial intelligence, establishing superior image quality at the beginning of the editing process — all without disrupting photographers’ existing workflows. DxO PureRAW 2 builds on this success, offering new features and greater efficiency.

New integrations offer a smoother workflow.

DxO PureRAW 2 acquires two new integrations to make the workflow even smoother. In Lightroom Classic, users can right-click on a number of RAW files and have DxO PureRAW 2 process the images, creating newly enhanced Linear DNG files back into the same folder, without having to step outside of the application. Similar functionality is now integrated into Windows File Explorer and macOS Finder: simply right-click files and choose from the context menu to start the process.

Support for Fujifilm X-Trans cameras.

DxO PureRAW 2 now supports RAW files from X-Trans sensors, bringing the significant benefits of DeepPRIME to Fujifilm XT photographers. Expect clean images, free of noise and artifacts, with deep, vibrant colours even at high ISO levels.

Faster and more efficient.

DxO DeepPRIME receives a significant upgrade in speed. Not only more responsive, processing and export times have been improved — up to four times faster on Apple Silicon machines and up to 1.5 times faster on the latest Windows computers.

Support for HiDPI displays and a host of new camera/lens combinations.

HiDPI displays are now supported, offering greater comfort to photographers on Windows machines.

Updates to DxO’s Optics Modules brings the total number of supported camera and lens combinations to more than 70,000.

Support for even more equipment.

DxO PureRAW 2 supports 40 new cameras: 

Canon EOS R3 (Canon RF) – sensor Bayer

DJI Mavic 3 / Mavic 3 Cine (Drone) – sensor Bayer

Fuji GFX 50S II (Fuji GFX) – sensor Bayer

Fuji X100F (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X100S (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X100T (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X100V (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X20 (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X30 (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X70 (Compact) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-E1 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-E2 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-E2S (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-E3 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-E4 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji XF10 (Compact) – sensor Bayer

Fuji X-H1 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-M1 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-Pro1 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-Pro2 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-Pro3 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-S10 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T1 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T10 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T2 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T20 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T3 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T30 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T30 II (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Fuji X-T4 (Fuji X) – sensor X-Trans

Leica M10-R (Leica M) – sensor Bayer

Leica SL2 (L-mount) – sensor Bayer

Leica SL2-S (L-mount) – sensor Bayer

Nikon Z9 (Nikon Z) – sensor Bayer

Ricoh GRIIIx (Compact) – sensor Bayer

Sigma Fp-L (L-mount) – sensor Bayer

Sony A7 IV (Sony FE) – sensor Bayer

Sony A7R IIIA (Sony FE) – sensor Bayer

Sony A7R IVA (Sony FE) – sensor Bayer

Sony FX3 (Sony FE) – sensor Bayer

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