DXO pure raw

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Jan 25, 2022 Jan 25, 2022

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I recently bought a canon eos R6,not the best camera ever but I'm happy the only thing is that the it let's too much light inside and it's not like the DSLR that you can just lock the ISO at 100 and be happy because the cool thing about the camera sensor is exactly the auto focus and the features that comes with it like the ability to lock the focus at either human or animals and will help keep staying tracking even in very fast scenarios, but with all the light going in we all know that can experience grainy pictures,I have we the exception of the video AI software all others software from topaz including the Denoise but the other day I came across this software from DXO pure raw and it's very impressive and not so heavy on the computer,also working as a standalone tool or a plug-in for photoshop and Lightroom desktop, have anyone used and can tell me if it's worth it buying or just keep the Denoise? Thank you in advance 👌🏻

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Jan 26, 2022 Jan 26, 2022

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I have installed both, Topaz Denoise and DXO Pure Raw. Since I'm working with Pure Raw I use Denoise very rarely.

The results of Pure Rax are very impressive. But be aware: The size of the saved files from Pure Raw are nearly twice as your original raw files directly from the cam. 

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