Good news for Fujifilm photographers as DxO’s latest software supports X-Trans
Fujifilm fans have often found themselves searching for the best software to process the raw files produced by their X-Trans sensors. Now they have a new option with the arrival of DxO PhotoLab 5.
Fujifilm introduced X-Trans sensors in 2012, offering an alternative to the classic Bayer color filter array that sits in front of the vast majority of camera sensors. X-Trans brings some benefits in terms of capturing details and avoiding moirÃ©, but raw files have proven more difficult for software makers to denoise and democratize, two of the fundamental processes for converting any file. raw.
In the latest version of PhotoLab, DxO for the first time provided Fujifilm photographers with an engine that will process X-Trans raw files, albeit in beta. DxO asks users to report any bugs through this link.
DxO has also released an updated version of PureRAW which is designed to prepare your raw files at the start of your workflow before editing them in software such as Capture One or Lightroom. PureRAW doesn’t edit X-Trans files yet but assuming beta testing goes well, it’s probably not far.
You can download a 31-day trial version of DxO PhotoLab 5 by clicking here. Do you want to try? Let us know in the comments below.