DxO PureRAW 2 now fully leverages Apple’s M1 and M2 processors with full Apple Silicon native compliance. Version 2.1 also adds support for Canon’s latest EOS R mirrorless cameras, and rolls out smarter options for batch processing.

 PureRAW 2 is accelerated by Apple Silicon

Despite receiving a big update to optimize speed just a few months ago, we knew that we could get more from DxO PureRAW 2 on Apple’s latest architecture. Now fully compliant with Apple’s revolutionary Silicon, DxO PureRAW Version 2.1 not only uses the neural processor architecture for RAW image processing, but also benefits from working with the M1 and M2 chips at a user interface level. As there’s no need for Rosetta, PureRAW 2’s interface runs up to 10% faster.

 New models to benefit from DxO PureRAW 2

DxO PureRAW 2 not only brings unrivaled detail and quality to RAW photo processing in its denoising and demosaicing, but also uses DxO’s exclusive Optics Modules to improve lens sharpness while correcting distortions, aberrations, and vignetting. These Optics Modules are painstakingly produced in DxO’s purpose-built labs, and include not only highly accurate lens profiles, but bespoke sensor and optical combinations. With DxO PureRAW v2.1, the list of Modules reaches 74,000 combinations and includes the most exciting new Canon mirrorless models: the EOS R7 and EOS R10.

Also among the new models included in DxO PureRAW’s extended coverage are the Canon EOS R5 C and the Leica M11.

You can find the full list of DxO PureRAW’s supported models here.

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