Capture One 7.0.2 officially released today at 14.00 CET

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Capture One X-Trans Support

Here is the email I received yesterday from Lionel of the C1 team: Let’s see what the final version of C1 can get out of the X-Trans RAF files.

“Dear Beta Customer.

The beta of Capture One 7.0.2 [download page] has now ended. The terms of the beta will terminate on Monday Jan 14, 2013, at 14.00 CET, where Capture One 7.0.2 will be officially released. Thank you all very much for the participation in making Capture One an even better piece of software. In particular I want to thank all who contributed with comments and raw images.

Regards,
Lionel Kuhlmann Ph.D.
Phase One”
C1 offers the possibility to download a 60 days free trial version, for all those who prefer to try it out first.
P.S. Here is codyhatch’s  lightroom vs capture one beta comparison.

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  • http://www.echenique.com Carlos Echenique

    It is almost 15:00 CET and still no Capture One Pro 7.0.2 on their website. I wonder what the delay is?

    • Revo

      Its out, I just downloaded it.

  • Todd anderson

    Still doesn’t list the XPRO 1 or X-E 1 as a supported camera on their website.

  • Peter

    Comparison on DPReview: http://www.dpreview.com/articles/1887029702/capture-one-fujifilm-x-trans-raw-support-tested

    Jpeg output of the camera itself is still far preferable IMO (just look at the 100% crops of their standard test image).

    • James E

      Indeed lots of moire issues and default processing makes images over sharpened. I am sticking with silkypix.

      • Max

        Totally agree, not impressed by Capture One, a tad better than Lightroom but not much, Silkypix is still the best option for quality.

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