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Canon 70-200mm Mark II are in progress at the moment. We will deliver modules in September or October.
I’m sorry for the delay.

About using Mark I module with on your photos I think it won’t be perfect but it is OK.

best regards,
Do not worry, the development is on the way.
For me as a stereoscopic photographer it's essentials to be able to copy the cropping and geometry settings from the left photo to the right  ;).

Best regards,
Feature suggestions (all products) / Re: Option to import LUT-Files in Photolab
« Last post by muelli on August 20, 2018, 06:04:34 pm »
... I think that "Color rendering" would be a good and logical place to add LUTs. And the settings of the luts could be easily intergrated into the .dop-sidecars, because it's only plain text.

Best regards,
DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Canon Mk 2 70-200 said to be the Mk 1 in program
« Last post by John7 on August 20, 2018, 01:11:15 pm »
I have bought the MK2 70-200 f4 and am impressed with it. I am not impressed by the lack of DxO support and more so that unlike Affinity its unable to correctly identify the lens in 200 and with Mk3 1.4 and 2 extenders fitted. It says its the Mk1 lens in all cases. It might be the correction for the Mk1 will works OK with the MK 2 so would be grateful for ideas  on this.

Have put this in both forums as I thought my post had failed here!
DxO ONE / Re: My dxo one cannot work
« Last post by vidyavox on August 17, 2018, 09:56:03 pm »
If your camera is frozen or will not power on during an update, you can use the reset switch, located next to the microSD card and microUSB Connector slots, as follows:

Plug your DxO ONE into a charger or laptop, and make sure the camera is ON (lens cap open).
With the DxO ONE plugged in, use a paperclip to depress the reset switch. You'll feel the change in pressure as you reset and let go (you do not need to hold the reset switch for any particular length of time).
Turn off the camera by closing the lens cover.
Restart your camera by reopening the lens cover.
NOTE: Be sure to press the reset switch and not a screw inside the microSD card or USB Connector slots.
DxO PhotoLab (Mac) / Re: Freezing during startup. iMac i5 5k Late 2015)
« Last post by MikeFromMesa on August 13, 2018, 03:15:22 pm »
I do not know if this is the same issue, but I saw very similar behavior in Optics Pro and the cause of that turned out to be that the startup folder for Optics Pro had been renamed (or removed, I don't remember which) so the app could not find it to open it up. Optics Pro, and now PhotoLab, always tries to open the last used folder.

The only way I could solve this problem was to remove the app database. Without that OP did not know where to look for the startup folder and opened with the default location. You might try that by renaming your PL database. It is located in the library.
DxO PhotoLab (Windows) / Maintaining Nikons (FL) flat profile in DXO
« Last post by vllah on August 12, 2018, 05:10:01 am »
I would like to use my Nikon (FL) Flat Picture Control setting as a starting point in DXO processing. Is there a way to maintain this Nikon setting in DXO, as this setting is far less prone to shadow and highlight clipping?
The "No Correction" setting in DXO applies the "Standard" profile and not the (FL) flat profile as I would like it to.

Is there a DXO profile that can reliably mimic this Nikon profile?
DxO FilmPack (Windows) / What's the future for FilmPack?
« Last post by giskard on August 07, 2018, 02:28:01 pm »
I've used the trial version of FilmPack 5 with my copy of Optics Pro and whilst I'm impressed with it, I'm holding off buying a licence for it as I'm not sure what the future holds for FilmPack given it's apparent overlap with Nik Collection.  My concern is that FilmPack may be merged into Nik Collection.

Can anyone shed any light on future plans for FilmPack that may make a decision to purchase a licence easier?

Also, as an aside question, will Nik Collection in future be integrated with DXO PhotoLab?
DxO OpticsPro (Windows) / Re: Issue about rotate by more than 45°?
« Last post by sgospodarenko on August 06, 2018, 08:44:31 am »

Yes, you can do it first with the shortcuts Ctrl+L/Ctrl+R or with the context menu "Rotate" (when you right click on the image).

Svetlana G.
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