Capture One 10.0.2

 

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Capture One is used across the world on the most demanding shoots. One of the many benefits of Capture One is its workflow and speed. Thanks to Phase One’s most recent efforts, this is taken to the next level through Capture One’s most recent update of 10.0.2 and through new hardware.

 

Capture One’s latest incremental update, 10.0.2 adds bug fixes as well as a host of new lens and camera support.
New camera and lens support:

Cameras:
– Fujifilm X100F
– Canon M5
– Nikon 1 J5
– Olympus E-PL6
– Fujifilm X-A3
– Panasonic LX9/LX10/LX15
– Panasonic G8/G80/G81/G85

Lenses:
– Panasonic LUMIX G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH
– Panasonic Lumix G Vario 7-14mm F4 ASPH
– Panasonic LUMIX G LEICA DG VARIO-ELMAR Lens, 100-400mm F4.0-6.3 ASPH
– Sony DT 18–250mm F3.5–6.3
– Sony 70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM
– Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD

Capture One Pro 10.0.2 is a free update for all with a Capture One Pro 10 license or subscription plan.

Download Capture One 10.0.2

Download Capture One 10.0.2 Release Notes

New Capture One Keyboard for Mac

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Phase One has teamed up with LogicKeyboard and designed our very own Capture One Pro Keyboard to maximize your productivity.

“Capture One Pro is a professional application for the worlds most demanding photographers. Moving through the application swiftly is aided by a host of numerous shortcuts covering all aspects of functionality.
What LogicKeyboard does is present that functionality in a visual way, helping all users increase their efficiency in Capture One Pro.”

James Johnson, Software Product Manager at Phase One.

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Tangent Panel Support

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Capture One Pro 10 was released with support for Tangent panel input.  Inspired by video grading processes, users can access Capture One Pro directly through a Tangent panel system.

This fully integrated panel is literally a new interface into image editing – for deep dive color and image adjustment –– allowing fast, multiple input commands simultaneously, while viewing the master monitor as the editor “feels” input into the application.

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