DxO Optics Pro has been updated to version 9.1.3 with added support for the Nikon D3300, Canon EOS M2, Panasonic FZ70, Samsung NX1000 and NX1100. Additionally, more than 260 new camera/lens combos have been added to library of DxO Optics Modules.

More about DxO Optics Pro 9 on the DxO Labs website.


Aperture 3

Apple has issued an update to Digital Camera RAW to version 5.03, which adds RAW image support for the Canon EOS M2 in Aperture 3 and iPhoto ’11. The update also resolves an issue that prevented lens correction from working properly with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 images and address a color cast issue on some Olympus OM-D E-M1 images.

The update is available through the Mac App Store’s “Updates” tab.

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Canon EOS M2 Black

Canon has announced the EOS M2 as a follow-up to the original EOS M; however, it may not be coming to North America or Europe. As of the time of this post, the camera has only been announced for China and Japan.  [click to continue…]

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Canon EOS M2 Specs Leak Out

by on December 2, 2013

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Canon EOS M-2

Recent rumors suggest that the Canon EOS M2 will be announced at or just prior to CES 2014 in early January 2014. The camera is rumored to be slightly smaller than the original EOS M and feature an improved AF system. The EOS M2′s newly-leaked specs are below. [click to continue…]

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Canon EOS M-5

Rumors for the Canon EOS M successor continue to build for an early 2014 launch. Previously, the camera(s) was rumored to feature the 70D‘s 20.2MP APS-C sensor and the excellent Dual Pixel AF functionality.

It’s no real surprise to hear more on the EOS M2 since it has already showed up in Canon’s own DPP software. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the EOS M2 in early January at CES 2014.

[via CR]

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The Canon EOS M2 showed up as a supported camera inside the latest Canon Digital Photo Professional software update. The references are alongside separate references to the Canon EOS M, so it is unlikely that the EOS M2 references were simply a typo. [click to continue…]

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