DxO Now Owns Nik Collection & Will Continue To Develop The Plug-Ins

DxO has acquired Nik Collection from Google so they can continue to produce the popular plug-ins.

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DxO has announced the acquisition of the Nik Collection software from Google and they've said a new version of the Nik Collection will be available next year. 

The Nik Collection currently features seven desktop plugins for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop and the DxO team has said that they will continue to develop the collection. Plus, the current version will also remain available for free on the dedicated DxO website

As part of the changes, DxO has also renamed its RAW processing software to DxO PhotoLab and with it comes the introduction of local adjustment tools, a new repair tool and improvements to the DxO Lens Sharpness technology.

 

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