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Old 23rd January 2014
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DxO support for E-M1

Sorry, but I may have posted this in the wrong place initially, under E-M1.

I wonder whether anyone out there uses DxO software with their new E-M1, and is disappointed that DxO do not appear to have any intent on producing 4/3 lens modules. At the moment, I am using all of my legacy 4/3 lenses, and only expect to replace them with micro 4/3 mount lenses if I need to in the future.

If there is anyone in the same position as me, then please request these modules at:


Maybe then we can shame DxO into some action.
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