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Capture One Pro 7 update extends raw support to multiple new cameras

By dpreview staff on Jun 21, 2013 at 17:26 GMT

Phase One has released 7.1.3 of its Capture One Pro software, which includes extended raw support for a number of new cameras, including the Canon EOS-1D C and mirrorless models from Nikon, Panasonic and Sony. It also includes a beta version of a new catalog importer. 

Press Release:

PHASE ONE RELEASES CAPTURE ONE 7.1.3
Adds new camera support, bug fixes and beta version of a new catalog importer

COPENHAGEN, June 20, 2013 -- Phase One today released Capture One 7.1.3, a service release that includes bug fixes, improved performance, and in response to customer requests, a new importer for catalogs from other photo editing applications.

Capture One 7.1.3 includes file (and tethered support in Capture One Pro) for Canon 700D/Rebel T5i and 100D/Rebel SL1 cameras, as well as file support for the following camera models:

  • Canon 1D C
  • Nikon V2, J3, S1 and Coolpix A
  • Leica X Vario
  • Panasonic DMC-G6 and DMC-GF6.
  • Samsung NX300
  • Sony SLT-A58 and NEX-3N

Capture One 7.1.3 also extends support for more lenses from Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Sony camera models, including several fixed-lens cameras. For a complete list of all new supported cameras and lenses, please review the release notes which can be found under Documentation on this page: http://www.phaseone.com/en/Downloads/Capture-One-Pro-7

It is now possible to import catalogs from applications other than Media Pro. The new importer is available in beta for all versions of Capture One on the Mac OSX platform with support for Adobe Lightroom 4 and 5 Catalogs only. The following adjustments can be transferred to a Capture One catalog: collections, white balance, exposure, crop and rotation, all metadata and keywords. Color adjustments are only approximations. Making further adjustments in Capture One will deliver the full benefits of Capture One RAW conversion.

Capture One version 7.1.3 is a free update to owners of Capture One Pro 7, Capture One Express 7, and Capture One DB 7 (digital back) software.


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Total comments: 19
Shirozina
By Shirozina (10 months ago)

Still no proper Panasonic GH3 support - how long has this camera been out now..........

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Lea5
By Lea5 (10 months ago)

I worked with C1Pro for many years, than changed to Lightroom in 2007. Since Adobes introduction of it's CC-Madness I got C1Pro again and I'm amazed how the software improved. It's is a 100times better than Lightroom in terms of IQ.
Skintones from my D4 and D800E rendered by the software are fantastic. I'll never go back to Lightroom, that's for sure. C1Pro is the best RAW software on the morket.

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Scorpius1
By Scorpius1 (10 months ago)

I totally agree about the nikon skin tone's,they are very nice in C1P

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Create Dont Imitate
By Create Dont Imitate (10 months ago)

Great to here this.

I will no longer be using Adobe software. This will be part of my replacement.

0 upvotes
Shamael
By Shamael (10 months ago)

can anyone at DPR tell me to what it serves to get info who reedited his post and in what time range ??????

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Shamael
By Shamael (10 months ago)

I have 3 main software on my computer, PS Cs6, DXO Pro8 and C1Pro7, and none of the 2 others can beat C1Pro when it comes to IQ from RAW. I need PS for further rework, but RAW to Jpeg is only converted by C1Pro, it makes the best out of any shot.

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KG
By KG (10 months ago)

Similar here. C1Pro 7 for RAW conversion, if further editing is needed I use CS6.

1 upvote
JConrad
By JConrad (10 months ago)

C1 is nice. I prefer Lightroom due to its ease of organizing photos as well as the way it renders skin tones, but C1 can really provide great detail on certain images. They do need to update how they do upgrades, rather than 'download full version and do full install', but otherwise, it's a quality product.

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mumintroll
By mumintroll (10 months ago)

Recently I did fast comparison of RAW converters.
I was comparing NX2, Corel after shot and this Capture one.
I can say, I was really shocked by quality output of capture one. From those converters capture one was the best. Following NX2. Corel not very good.
For this price, I'm gonna buy Capture one. Output quality is outstanding. Highly recommend.

3 upvotes
groucher
By groucher (10 months ago)

C1 RAW rendering looks good, similar to NX2 to my eyes but I find NX2 far more useful and simpler to work with. For example, NX2's Selection Brush auto-blends and Next Step with the on/off switch for each step gives the equivalent of PS layers. NX2 also has U-point, lens correction and D-Lighting - all vital features. NX3 please Nikon.

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mumintroll
By mumintroll (10 months ago)

Sure it can be. I don't argue, But IQ output is better a bit than NX2.

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Jefftan
By Jefftan (10 months ago)

May I ask if lens correction is available?
Only in the pro version?

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dengx
By dengx (10 months ago)

Both.

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dengx
By dengx (10 months ago)

They still have a promo for the Express version - EUR 34,50

Even with the features cut down - it's a steal really.

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John McCormack
By John McCormack (10 months ago)

Downloaded a Trial version of the Express version and it crashes whenever I try to edit an image.

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dengx
By dengx (10 months ago)

That one may be a help:
http://forum.phaseone.com/En/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=13326

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Brentliris
By Brentliris (10 months ago)

Love Capture One 7, how about supporting more Pentax Lenses?

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DStudio
By DStudio (10 months ago)

That would be nice, but look how strong their Pentax camera support has been. They even bother to make new or updated profiles for models like the K-5 or Olympus XZ-1. They seem to prioritize the quality of the camera over its popularity when allocating support resources.

Adobe (which didn't even have very good camera profiles until recently) only supports the current generation DA lenses (plus the FA Ltds). Realistically, 50% or more of a quality Pentax kit may be older glass. In fact, Adobe only covers about 20% of my most-used lenses. If Phase One's going to put the work in they should concentrate on the better glass (which should be relatively easy because it's mostly primes). The best 15-20 lenses among the previous 5 generations are pretty well known - they could just support those.
Anyone who cares enough about quality to use Capture One will likely own many of these lenses.

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Scorpius1
By Scorpius1 (10 months ago)

Excellent converter,keep adding the Lense support Phase.. ;-)

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