Support of Leica Q2 will be added in about 2 weeks.
When w borrow a camera from a user we usually keep it 2 weeks but we prefer to really use that way only when I can’t do otherwise, so we are still in discussion with Leica.
Can I just add my request for Fujifilm cameras to be added. The X-T3 has been out for over a year now the X-T4 is just about to be released. The support for Fuji is abysmal with only 11 cameras on the list and most of those are old models.
As @pieloe just mentionned, sending you the link to some good reads and explanations, we’re still not supporting X-Trans sensors,
We love Fuji, and X-Trans models are indeed awesome cameras, but yet, they require some specific development that lead to a huge workload on our side, as our software and algorythms architecture were solely based on Bayer sensors.
So it has been a complete no-go since this Fuji technology appeared, but, over the last year and with our recent work and development, it surprisingly became something that could be in our reach.
Not to say this will be done over night, but at least now, we can surely expect to have a version of PhotoLab, in the incoming years, that will handle X-trans cameras…
And this to me, is a good news, (even if it won’t be tomorrow!)
I own a Leica SL2 camera. I also own all three of the Leica SL zoom lenses for that camera: 16-35/3.5-4.5; 24-90/2.8-4; and 90-280/2.8-4, as well as more than a dozen 6-bit-coded Leica M-mount lenses (and the requisite Leica “M-Adapter L” which allows Leica M-mount lenses to be mounted on the SL/SL2 camera).
I am willing to lend a hand and discuss loaning my camera and lenses to DXO so that you may create profiles for each item, and in so doing, better serve your many software users who are desperately pleading (or just patiently waiting) for Leica camera and lens support.
If DXO is serious about developing support for the latest Leica cameras and lenses in a timely fashion, I can personally provide you (DXO) with my Leica SL2 camera and each of the 15+ Leica SL and M lenses that I listed above, without delay. Everything can be on its way to you tomorrow. Call or email me if you’d like to move forward. I’m sure MANY of your current software users (as well as MANY prospective users like myself) would be extremely appreciative if you did…
thanks a lot for your proposition. We occasionally use loans from users to add some cameras or lens support. I’ve sent you a private message about it.
Please remind we are in France and like a lot of countries we are in confinement and so for the moment such loans aren’t possible as we won’t be able to do the shots. We will have to wait at least for a month but we can discuss it in messages.
Marie, I have a Leica M Monochrom (first version). Is there any hope of getting support for this camera (same with later two Monochroms…M246 and M10 Monochrom)? I’m considering moving from Lightroom to DXO, but lack of camera support will nix that.
I’m sorry I hhad to disapoint you.
For the Leica SL2, it’s in our roadmap but the time frame is always tricky with Leica because we have troubles to put our hands on the cameras so I can’t answer to that.
Is there any update on the Leica SL? PureRAW looks interesting, but pretty useless to me without SL2 support. Same with PhotoLab, to go close to two years without support makes the software useless to my workflow now, shame, it was working well with my previous camera
Thanks Marie, the issue is that this has been the same story for 2 years. Is there an eta on support for the Leica SL2 or do I have to wait another 2 years? Even being able to edit the photos without corrections would be of benefit