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Confirmed: New Version of the Nik Collection to be Released in 2018

Great news for all Nik Collection fans: After acquiring Nik Collection from Google (two months ago), DxO confirmed in a Google+ post that a new version of Nik Collection will be released in 2018. The details are still unknown.

Dear Nik Collection users,

We at DxO are very pleased to welcome the Nik community! We wish you a very happy holiday season and a healthy and prosperous New Year: may you be inspired to take spectacular photos in 2018!

Like you, we are passionate about photography and image quality. That’s why we view this opportunity with Nik as a commitment to ensure that you — that all of us who enjoy taking photos — are guaranteed to have the very best solutions at our disposal.

You’ll be happy to know that our developers are enthusiastically working on a new version of the Nik Collection to be released in 2018!

DxO plans to continue development of the Nik Collection. The current version will remain available for free on DxO’s dedicated website, while a new version is planned for mid-2018.

In addition, to take advantage of Nik’s wonderful U Point technology for your RAW and JPEG file processing, you can take a look at DxO PhotoLab (formerly DxO OpticsPro).

Via: PhotoRumors, DPReview, Source: DxO

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