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Phase One Capture One Celebrates 10 Years - Phase One, leader in high end camera systems and solutions, is celebrating the 10th birthday of its Capture One software.

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Phase One Ten Years

Ten years ago today, Phase One, the world’s leader in open-platform, high-end camera systems and solutions, released the first version of Capture One raw conversion and image editing software that added support for DSLR cameras. Today Capture One supports more than 200 different camera models, and the list is growing.

The year 2003 marked a shift as digital cameras, still yet-to-be-commercially-proven, began being used by pros who still largely relied on film cameras. It was still several years before pros went digital. Phase One understood that raw conversion and image editing would be a critical need for professionals, and so it was the first high-end camera company to open its software to support cameras other than its own.

Born in the late 1990s to process raw files exclusively from Phase One’s first digital image capture devices, the software that would become Capture One was one of the first raw conversion solutions. Its general availability in 2003 helped support a growing DSLR market.

Today Capture One not only supports the world’s most powerful medium format camera systems, but also an extensive and growing list of camera models from a wide range of manufacturers, including Canon, Fuji, Leica, Nikon, Panosonic, Sony, Samsung, and many more.

Phase One’s recently announced Capture One Pro 7 and Capture One Express 7 software represent years of research and engineering; continual improvement is part of the product’s DNA. Plans are underway to ensure that the next ten years will bring breakthroughs to support professional and advanced amateur photographers worldwide. Capture One 7 is localized for Chinese (simplified), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish.

For more information, visit the Phase One website.

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ikett
ikett e2 Member 3317 forum postsikett vcard England
20 Mar 2013 - 3:45 PM

There is an interesting interview over on the LL site here if you ignore the I love you love crap.

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cameracat
cameracat  108574 forum posts Norfolk Island61 Constructive Critique Points
21 Mar 2013 - 10:21 AM

Great..! So after 10 years they are still managing to produce errors in Cap One software versions, The latest incarnation 7 Pro has not arrived as perfect as it should have either....Tongue

Come on Phase One Grin

What happened to v7.0.264bit for Windows, Yup! The one that mauled processed images, The one that vanished to be replaced by a previous fix v7.0164bit etc etc.

Get your fingers out and fix the latest updates, Pretty please Smile We might then forget about the time wasted in reprocessing several hundred images....Tisk tisk..Wink


Quote: interview over on the LL

I doubt MF is in any danger, Unless you mean not being able to keep up the supply of cameras when everyone gets tired of 35mm sensors...LOL, It is getting cheaper & cheaper to go DMF when compared to the DSLR market, Just how much Kudos can anyone buy these days...Wink

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