Capture One Pro upgrades to 9.3 with 26 new camera/lens profiles and EIZO monitor support
Phase One has updated its image manipulation package, Capture One Pro, to include profiles for 11 new cameras and 15 new lenses, as well as adding a feature that allows users to create profiles within the program for certain EIZO ColorEdge monitors. Capture One Pro 9.3 introduces Raw working profiles for Canon’s EOS 5D IV as well as the latest models from Fujifilm and Panasonic, and is loaded with optical information for new lenses from Canon, Olympus, Nikon and Sony. A full list of over 400 compatible products can be found on the company’s online compatibility page.
The new version of the application also allows users of EIZO ColorEdge monitors from the CG range to create color profiles of their screens directly from the Capture One Pro software. The feature makes use of the CG monitor’s built-in calibration system to both calibrate and form a color profile that Phase One says will ensure the color seen on the screen via the software’s own interface will be as accurate as possible.
Version 9.3 is available to download now and is free for current Version 9 owners. Those using versions 7 and 8 can upgrade for $99/€99 and new users will pay $299/€279 for an outright purchase or $15/€12 per month on subscription. A free 30-day trial is also available.
For more information visit the Phase One website.
Phase One Releases Capture One Pro 9.3
Brings incomparable image rendering, incredible color and workflow gains
COPENHAGEN, September 20, 2016 -- Phase One, the developer and provider of the world’s first 100 Megapixel medium format camera, today released Capture One Pro 9.3. Professional photographers rely upon Capture One Pro -- its superior quality raw image rendering, plug and play tethering ease, precision image editing resources, and its robust enhancements to support their creative work.
The release of Capture One Pro 9.3 introduces precision color management advances based on collaboration between Phase One and EIZO. This enables users to create monitor profiles for EIZO ColorEdge CG Series monitors within Capture One Pro with a single click. Now customers can benefit from Capture One Pro’s leading color profiles with color fidelity assurance on industry-leading EIZO ColorEdge monitors.
More professional workflow enhancements include:
* Support for the newly released Phase One IQ1 100MP digital back and new Blue Ring lenses (see today’s related announcement);
* New camera support for 11 new cameras, including the new Canon 5D Mk IV., Fujifilm X-E2s, Fujifilm X-T2, Panasonic GX80/ Panasonic GX85 and the new Phase One Industrial iXU-RS camera range;
* More than 15 new lens profiles for Sony, Canon, Olympus and Nikon;
* General improvements of back-end processors to optimize overall user experience.
Kazuhide Shimura, executive operating officer of product & business development at EIZO said, “EIZO provides optimal color precision and ease-of-use with the ColorEdge lineup so creatives have the power to express their true vision. Collaborating with Phase One has provided the opportunity to offer an even more seamless workflow to photographers with calibration done in just one click.”
“With Capture One Pro 9.3, creating monitor profiles for industry-leading EIZO ColorEdge monitors is easier than ever before,” said James Johnson, Software Product Manager, Phase One. “This capability aids photographers in navigating the potential minefield of color management, delivering an immediate, ‘out of the box’ experience in optimal color workflow.”
For more details on all the new and improved features in Capture One Pro 9.3, including new cameras and lenses supported, please go to: www.phaseone.com/ninethree
Availability and Pricing
Capture One Pro 9.3 is available now for the Mac and Windows operating systems online at www.phaseone.com/store and from Phase One authorized partners worldwide www.phaseone.com/partners. It is free to all Capture One Pro 9 customers.
New customers are eligible for a free 30-day trial period. A Capture One Pro 9 license may be purchased for 299 USD / 279 EUR. Owners of versions Capture One Pro 7 or 8 may upgrade for 99 USD / 99 EUR at www.phaseone.com/upgrade. Each license permits three activations.
Capture One Pro is also available by subscription. A single-user subscription is 15 USD / 12 EUR per month for a 12-month plan. Please see all subscription options at www.phaseone.com/subscribe.
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