I have been using DXO Optics Pro since it first came out. I bought it for it's image correction (back then ACR, etc did not make automatic corrections for barrel/pincushion, C.A. etc distortions. I use several camera systems, including a Sony A900. I have a bunch of Minolta, Sony, Sony/Zeiss, Sigma, and Tamron lenses in "A" mount. When I visited DXO's web site to see if they are supporting the A7RII, (which I recently purchased, along with 35mm f2.8 Zeiss, 55mm f1.8 Zeiss, and 16~35mm Zeiss), I was AMAZED to see 6 pages of supported lenses. These included a ton of legacy Minolta lenses, Zeiss lenses, and third party lenses, many in "A" mount. My wonderful Sigma 12~24mm lens, Tamron 90mm Macro, Zeiss 24~70 f2.8 "A" mount, Minolta 20mm f2.8, etc, etc, are supported! Bad news is I had to "upgrade" to version 10 DXO which cost $49. In my case worth it to get automatic lens correction using state of the art camera/sensor in the A7RII, with legacy glass!
I have no financial interest in DXO.
Dave in NJ