DxO released 1,872 new DxO Optics Modules

In addition to PureRAW version 3.7 (see this post) DxO also released 1,872 new DxO Optics Modules for cameras and lenses each optimized for multiple camera & lens combinations (Sony A7CII, A7CR, Fuji GFX100II, DJI drones, and Sony, Leica, Tamron, TTArtisan, Viltrox, Voigtländer lenses). The modules are available across DxO’s full range of software:

Here is the full list of newly added cameras and lenses:


  • DJI Air 3
  • DJI Mini 2 SE
  • Fuji GFX100II
  • Sony A7CII
  • Sony A7CR


  • Fujinon XF 8mm F3.5 R WR
  • Leica Vario Elmarit SL 100-400mm F5-6 (L-mount)
  • Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM II
  • Tamron 17-50mm F4 Di III VXD (A068) (Sony FE)
  • Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8 Di III VXD (Nikon Z)
  • Tamron 70-180mm F2.8 Di III VC VXD G2 (Sony FE)
  • Tokina FiRIN 100mm F2.8 FE Macro (Sony FE)
  • Tokina FiRIN 20mm F2 FE AF (Sony FE)
  • Tokina FiRIN 20mm F2 FE MF (Sony FE)
  • TTArtisan AF 27mm F2.8 (Nikon Z DX)
  • TTArtisan AF 27mm F2.8 (Sony E)
  • TTArtisan AF 27mm F2.8 (Fujifilm X)
  • Viltrox AF 75mm F1.2 Pro XF (Fujifilm X)
  • Viltrox 85mm F1.8 Mark II XF (Fujifilm X)
  • Voigtländer Nokton D 35mm F1.2 Z (Nikon Z)
  • Voigtländer Nokton 40mm F1.2 Asph. Z (Nikon Z)
  • Voigtländer Super Wide Heliar 15mm F4.5 Aspherical III (Sony FE)

What are DxO Optics Modules?

Whether shooting with professional-grade equipment or entry-level gear, photographers can achieve noticeably sharper, cleaner, and less distorted images with DxO Optics Modules. Created in DxO’s purpose-built laboratories, these profiles are unique to each specific camera-lens combination. This ensures that the adjustments made by DxO software are always delivered with total precision and unlock the full potential of the photographer’s chosen equipment.

DxO Optics Modules are integral to DxO’s entire range of software: DxO PhotoLab, DxO PureRAW, DxO ViewPoint, DxO FilmPack, and in Nik Collection as part of Nik Perspective Efex. Today, the total number of available DxO Optics Modules is over 89,000 and covers 553 cameras, 1,643 lenses, and countless pairings of models from all the leading manufacturers. This colossal library of data, which is the result of two decades’ worth of research, means that photographers can immediately enjoy the best possible results from the gear they’ve paid for.

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