However if you're at all concerned about the future of Apple's Lightning connector, it might be wise to wait until September 9 before ordering one.
Apple typically announces a new iPhone model in the autumn, and there is speculation around possible adoption of USB-C, so bear this in mind if you want to buy the DxO ONE with future iPhone and iPad models in mind.
If you're unconcerned by this possibility, as a reward for early adopters the DxO ONE comes with free licenses of two RAW image processing applications, for a limited time. These are DxO OpticsPro (ELITE Edition, sold separately for £159), and DxO FilmPack (ELITE Edition, sold separately for £99), which digitally reproduces the look and feel of analogue films.
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