DxO Software - New Cameras & Lenses support (6 February 2024 update)

The update 6.5.1 has only been released for MacOS. Presumption is that the Win 6.5.1 will be released later or that 6.5.1 was designed to fix some Mac-Specific problem only.


the Support for Sigma 24mm f2 DG DN Sony FE is still not available for my Photo Lab 5.
Do i need to install PL6?



on 10 May 2023 we have added support of new cameras and lenses for DxO PhotoLab 6, DxO PhotoLab 5, DxO FilmPack 6, DxO PureRAW 3, DxO ViewPoint 4.

Cameras newly supported are

  • Hasselblad X2D

One exception : it will be available fr DxO PhotoLab 5 and 6 on May 16th, due to internal delay.

Lenses newly supported are

  • Fuji XF 56mm F1.2 R WR
  • Nikkor Z 85mm F1.2 S
  • Leica APO Summicron SL 75mm F2 ASPH
  • Leica Vario Elmarit SL 24-70mm F2.8 ASPH
  • Sigma 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG DN OS (L-mount)
  • Sigma 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG DN OS with TC-1411 (L-mount)
  • Sigma 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG DN OS with TC-2011 (L-mount)

See DxO Supported Cameras & Lenses for compatibility of Optic modules with PhotoLab.

in June, we have planned, support of

  • DJI Mini 3
  • DJI Mavic 3E
  • OM System M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO
  • OM System M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO with TC x1.4 Zuiko
  • OM System M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO with TC x2.0 Zuiko
  • Nikkor Z 800mm F6.3 VR S
  • Nikkor Z 800mm F6.3 VR S with Z TC 1.4x
  • Nikkor Z 800mm F6.3 VR S with Z TC 2x
  • Panasonic Lumix S 14-28mm F4-5.6 MACRO
  • Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG DN (L-mount)
  • Yongnuo 85mm F1.8 (Sony FE)

in July, we have planned, support of

  • DJI Mavic 3 Pro
  • Nikon Z8
  • Panasonic S5IIX
  • Sony ZV-E1
  • Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-35mm F2.8 ASPH (Micro 4/3)
  • Samyang AF 24mm F1.8 (Sony FE)
  • Samyang AF 45mm F1.8 (Sony FE)
  • Samyang 135mm F2 ED UMC (Sony FE)

Please note July list is a work in progress and can evolve.



Hello @fred081273 ,

for the moment PhotoLab 5 and 6 support same cameras and lenses.
Your lens is planned, I hope to be able to support it for September.


Hello @macdod ,

I don’t see why your files are not supported, unless you use mRAW or sRAW.
What product and which version do you use ?
Can you provide a sample file?


i will double check file type when i get home. the extension is cr3. how can i get you a sample file?

for one file you can simply attach it here or if you prefer you open a ticket on upload.dxo.com under your forum name and let me know when ready.

Hello, is there any plan to add support for the sigma 16-28 f2.8 in L-mount?

Hello @carabin

I’ll try to plan it for this summer, at the latest in September.


Hello, any plans for Sony 50mm 1.4 GM?
Best regards, Thomas

My forum username is macdod and I uploaded 2 files. The image type is CR3, it appears to be a standard raw image. I have a pdf with a screenshot of dxo unable to read the file and microsoft photo with the info for the file on screen. The version is photolab 6, version 6.5.0 build 171 elite.

Hello @macdod ,

thanks for the image, I have no trouble to open it in PhotoLab 6 on Windows.
I’ve asked support team to contact you to analyze the problem and retrieve useful information.


Hello @tme ,

We plan to support the FE 50mm F1.4, of course. It will be for this summer.


Great news, thank you!

Hi Marie,
Any plans to support the Nikon z 400 4.5?

Any plans to support raw files originating from monochrome raw e.g. Pentax K-3 iii Monochrome or Leica M11 Monochrome? Thanks

YES! This is great news!

Thanks so much, Marie & DxO!! :100: :white_check_mark:

In regards to support for the Nikon Z8 in July, will that include the high efficiency file formats or will there potentially be a delay for that similar to the Z9? One other question. I saw that future support for the Z 400 and Z 600. Which 400 will be supported? I have the f/2.8 TC. Thanks!


I still cannot find support for

Sigma 24mm F2 DG DN | C (C021) - Sony FE

using my A7ii (DxO Photolag 6.5). AM I doing something wrong or has it been delayed / canceled?

Thanks in advance

Until the Z8 hits the streets it’s difficult to know