An upgrade to the film-styling software brings 65 new recipes to give specific looks to digital photographs.
Listing for $649 just a few months ago, this Windows RT-powered hybrid looks a lot more appealing at this price.
DxO Optics Pro works on Windows Vista and can add vibrance to photos, while FilmPack gets sepia-tone abilities.
CNET's Stephen Shankland went behind the scenes near Paris to see DxO put the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark III through its paces. It's a rare look at one of the world's preeminent camera testers.