It has to do with the way I adjusted it as Pete said. I will give it another try.
Steve and Darin point out that your DxO version was a bit Blue and you're right Frank, it's not down to DxO.
Personally, I think DxO does a pretty good job, although I'm sure that some other Progs do a good job too.
I don't know what Darin and Steve are using.
Steve also makes a good point with the Screen Spyder. If your screen is displaying the wrong colours you are fighting a losing battle and what we then see may not be what you intended. Hope that makes sense!
This is a Robin I snapped earlier today.
Camera: Sony A900
Lens: Sony 300mm f2.8
Focal Length: 300mm
Exposure: 1/320th at f4 (+0.7EV) ISO 320
30th November 2010
I should have said that your Web Browser should be "colour managed" as well.
Otherwise images may not display as intended.
I will check that out. The Female cardinal was shot at 600mm and cropped.
Any changes are saves in an *.dxo sidecar file leaving the RAW file untouched. The general preferences allows you to do this automatically and also automatically load your previous changes (*.dxo file) when you reopen a file.
In the "Customise" section under >COLOR >Color Rendering, you can choose Camera Body and Sony A100.