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kikashi

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Lens distortion correction
« on: November 27, 2005, 04:00:09 AM »

Hi,

I seem to remember, a little while ago, reading about software that removes, or at least minimises, lens distortion. The particular application I recall had plugins for a wide variety of specific lenses, and ran on Macs and PCs.

I didn't buy it then, and now I can't find it again!

Any ideas?

Thanks
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francois

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Lens distortion correction
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2005, 04:15:05 AM »

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Hi,

I seem to remember, a little while ago, reading about software that removes, or at least minimises, lens distortion. The particular application I recall had plugins for a wide variety of specific lenses, and ran on Macs and PCs.

I didn't buy it then, and now I can't find it again!

Any ideas?

Thanks
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Are you refering to [a href=\"http://www.dxo.com/]DxO Optics[/url]? You'll find reviews on this site here and here.
Other alternatives are (among others) PTlens which is free for PCs and LensFix for Macs ($39). Both (PTLens & LensFix) come out from the same source code tree.
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2005, 06:24:06 AM »

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Are you refering to DxO Optics? You'll find reviews on this site here and here.
Other alternatives are (among others) PTlens which is free for PCs and LensFix for Macs ($39). Both (PTLens & LensFix) come out from the same source code tree.
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Yes. Thanks very much.
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