Phase One releases Capture One Pro 7.0.2 with Fujifilm X-Trans support
Phase One has announced that it has updated its Capture One Pro raw conversion software to version 7.0.2. This includes support for several additional cameras, including the Fujifilm X-Pro1, X-E1 and XF1, Canon EOS 6D and EOS M, Sony SLT-A57 and NEX-5R, and Olympus XZ-2 iHS. The update is available immediately from the company's website, as a free download for users of Capture One 7.
Support for Fujifilm's X-Trans CMOS sensors will be especially welcome to owners of the X-Pro1 and X-E1, as third-party raw support for these cameras has to date been rather sparse. We've had look at how the results compare to the cameras' JPEGs and Adobe Camera Raw - click the link below to see what we found.
Capture One Pro 7.0.2 Service Release Available Now
Improves Stability, Adds Support for New Cameras
COPENHAGEN, January 14, 2013 — Phase One has released Capture One Pro 7.0.2 for immediate download. This service release has focused on solving bugs reported by customers, strengthening overall stability, and adding support for new models of Canon, Olympus, Fujifilm and Sony cameras, and includes new tethered support for Canon EOS 6D and Canon EOS M cameras.
New preliminary camera support includes:
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS M
Olympus XZ-2 iHS
Canon EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III (sRAW and mRAW)
Numerous bug fixes have improved stability, including support for Canon tethering on Apple OS X 10.8, and improved support for pen tablets on Windows 8.
Other changes in Capture One Pro 7.0.2 include aligning the use of image counts in the library tool: no counts for smart albums on Mac and no image counts shown for Groups and Projects on Windows.
Capture One Pro 7 is a raw converter and workflow software which enables photographers to reduce the time and effort required to deliver stunning ready-to-use images with excellent color and detail. Capture One Pro 7.0.2 is available as a free download for Capture One Pro 7 customers.
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