If you haven’t taken a good look at DxO Optics Pro, you really should take it out for a spin. This extremely powerful software is a great tool for “fixing” what’s wrong with your photos. Using DxO is simple and the program is intelligently written.
Here’s how it works: after you take a picture, import the image (or multiple images) into DxO Optics Pro software, then let the software do its work. The program recognizes the camera and/or lens you were using and can be set to automatically fix chromatic aberrations, distortions, and color. Of course, the software can also adjust for vignetting, lens softness, exposure, and contrast.
Today, the company announced the additional support of six new cameras including the Nikon DF, Sony A7, Sony RX10, Sony A3000, Pentax K-3 and the Panasonic LF1. The software now supports 580 new camera/lens combinations. Check out this link to see what cameras are supported and what features are available.