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Phase One Releases Capture One 7.1.3 Update

Phase One Releases Capture One 7.1.3 Update - Phase One has updated its Capture One Software, adding new camera support, and bug fixes.

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Phase One has 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:
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.

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.

For more information, visit the Phase One website.

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JJGEE 13 7.2k 18 England
20 Jun 2013 8:31PM
Interesting Development with the Beta for Importing Lightroom catalogs.

Perhaps Phase One are seeing an opening with Adobe's move to the Creative Cloud, even though LR is currently staying as a Perpetual License.

But what about the strategy of including a " BETA " feature mixed with, in effect, " Gold Master" features.

Is that a good idea or not ?

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cameracat 14 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
20 Jun 2013 10:30PM
I do hope this update fixes some of the issues that have plagued this software since its launch, We generally prefer the interface to that of LR, Imported RAW files look great straight out of the box as they say.

But it has been a bumpy ride with all the programming problems, Will be test driving this release before it goes anywhere near our main editing computers, So fingers crossed.....Wink

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