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DxO PhotoLab 2.2: Support added for the Nikon Z 6

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PARIS — March 6, 2019 — DxO PhotoLab, DxO’s advanced photo editing software, continues to evolve with its new update to version 2.2. After introducing and improving DxO PhotoLibrary, an image and data management system that lets users search for, select, sort, and display images, DxO PhotoLab 2.2 adds support for four new devices: the Nikon Z 6, the Canon EOS R and EOS M50, and the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom drone.

More Than 46,000 Camera/Lens Combinations Available

DxO PhotoLab 2.2 adds no fewer than 3,472 new optical modules to its library, bringing the total number of available combinations to 46,248—among them the recent NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S and NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.8 S, as well as the CANON RF 24-105mm F4L and the CANON RF 50mm F1.2. The software also includes modules from the Hasselblad X1D’s range of autofocus lenses specifically designed for high resolution: the Hasselblad XCD 21mm F4, the Hasselblad XCD 30mm F3.5, and the Hasselblad XCD 90mm F3.2. Further, the new version supports the Mavic 2 Zoom, a DJI consumer drone with 24-48mm F2.8-3.8 lenses. Finally, version 2.2 completes its offer for Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax and Sony with the following modules:

  • Panasonic Leica DG Vario 50-200mm F2.8-4.0 ASPH
  • Pentax-D FA* 50mm F1.4 SDM AW
  • Samyang AF 35mm F2.8 for Sony FE
  • Sigma 105mm F1.4 DG HSM Art for Nikon F
  • Sigma 56mm F1.4 DC DN C for Sony E
  • Tamron SP 35mm F1.8 Di USD (F012) for Sony Alpha
  • Tamron SP 45mm F1.8 Di USD (F013) for Sony Alpha
  • Zeiss Milvus 25mm F1.4 ZE for Canon EF
  • Zeiss Milvus 25mm F1.4 ZF.2 for Nikon F
  • Zeiss Distagon T* 35mm F2 for Nikon F
  • Zeiss Loxia 25mm F2.4 for Sony FE 

These optical modules are designed in DxO’s laboratories according to a proprietary scientific characterization process. They contain all the information about the specificities of thousands of camera/lens combinations. Further, they allow DxO solutions—DxO PhotoLab, DxO FilmPack, and DxO ViewPoint— to automatically correct such optical defects such as distortion, chromatic aberrations, and vignetting with a high level of quality. In addition, DxO PhotoLab is the only software that corrects the lack of sharpness in lenses without otherwise degrading the image. Thanks to its unique know-how, DxO now offers the best optical corrections on the market.

Go to to see the list of equipment that DxO PhotoLab 2.2 supports.

Price & Availability:

The ESSENTIAL and ELITE editions of DxO PhotoLab 2.2 (PC and Mac) are immediately available for downloading from DxO website ( at the following prices:


  • DxO PhotoLab 2.2 ESSENTIAL Edition: £99
  • DxO PhotoLab 2.2 ELITE Edition: £159

This update is free of charge for owners of DxO PhotoLab 2. The DxO PhotoLab 2 license does not require a subscription and allows you to install the software on two workstations (DxO PhotoLab 2 ESSENTIAL Edition) or on three workstations (DxO PhotoLab 2 ELITE Edition). Photographers with a version of DxO OpticsPro or of DxO PhotoLab 1 can purchase an update to DxO PhotoLab 2 by logging into their customer account at A fully-functional trial version of DxO PhotoLab 2, valid for one month, is available on the DxO website:

About DxO

Today, DxO is one of the most innovative companies in the field of image processing. It designs and markets the most powerful photo editing software on the market for expert photographers and amateurs—among which is DxO PhotoLab, the advanced photo editing software that won the 2018 TIPA award for Best Image Processing Software. In 2017, DxO acquired from Google the Nik Collection, the famous suite of creative plugins for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop acclaimed by millions of photographers around the world.