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Capture One 3.7.5 update available

Capture One 3.7.5 update available - The update adds support for new cameras, along with fixing minor bugs in this popular RAW conversion package that will now be bundled with Leica's new M8 rangefinder.

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Capture One 3.7.5 update available
Press Release:
Capture One RAW workflow is once again one of the very first RAW workflow to offer RAW files support for new DSLR cameras such as Nikon’s new flagship, the D2Xs, Nikon D80 and Canon EOS 400D. RAW files from Leica’s brand new digital rangefinder camera, the M8, Epson’s R-D1s as well as Sony’s first DSLR camera: the Alpha DSLR-A100 are also supported in Capture One 3.7.5.

On a related note: Phase One and Leica Camera AG have engaged in cooperation in order to provide the best image quality for LEICA M8 owners. Therefore, Leica’s brand new rangefinder camera: LEICA M8 ships with Phase One’s award-winning Capture One LE workflow.

The Capture One workflow is included in the LEICA M8 box as a CD with a license code. The Capture One LE license is cross platform (Windows and Mac operating systems) and includes 2 computer activations and one free major LE update.

Support for the following cameras has been added to Capture One 3.7.5:
  • Canon EOS 400D
  • Epson RD-1s
  • Leica M8
  • Nikon D2Xs
  • Nikon D80
  • Sony Alpha A100
The updates are available for both Windows and Macintosh versions of the software
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Mike Gray 10 382 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2006 2:24PM
So why do Adobe take so long in adding new cameras.

Well done Phase one

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User_Removed 11 17.9k 8 Norway
18 Sep 2006 4:32PM
Small Company (Phase One) - Large Corporate (Adobe) Mike.

And it will always be that way...

:-((