DxO Labs has announced the immediate availability of updated versions of its raw image processing software and analog film simulating filter suite.

DxO PhotoLab 7 introduces updated editing tools, revamped local adjustments, and a powerful B&W workflow as well as new LUT support (with 17 original presets included), vibrant colour renderings, inspirational black-and-white effects, as well as a new in-frame color calibration tool, exclusive to DxO, which lets photographers create scientifically accurate, real-life colorimetric profiles in just a few clicks.  Look-Up Table (LUT) support with 17 DxO starter presets is also introduced, along with a host of interface and usability improvements to its local adjustment tools, including the ability to use the HSL ColorWheel for local adjustments. In addition, version 7 introduces DxO Styles, a selection of distinctive renderings that give photographers a creative foundation for their edits.

The release of FilmPack 7 includes a powerful Luminosity Mask tool for complete tonal control as well as an extension of the Time Machine mode that sees more iconic photos presented with historical information and related renderings. It also contains a selection of new film renderings, with five new analog film renderings and 20 new digital effects, including Cinestill Redrum 200, LomoChrome Metropolis 200, Lomography Redscale XR 200, Berlin Kino B&W 400, and Earl Grey B&W 100 plus new styles from Nikon and Fujifilm.

The company has also released 1,185 new Optics Modules plus support for the recent Sony A6700 camera, plus several super-telephoto prime lenses including Canon’s RF 800mm and RF 1200mm lenses, Nikon’s AF-S 800mm f/5.6E, and Sony’s lightweight FE 70-200mm f/4 Macro G OSS II. Modules for Leica and Sigma lenses are also included.

Click here to download free trial versions of  DxO PhotoLab 7 and DxO FilmPack 7.