Capture One 21 (14.4.1) Released

Capture One 21 (14.4.1) has been released. It includes support for the Fujifilm X-T30 II, Windows 11 and more.

X-T30 II: BHphoto / AmazonUS / Adorama / Focuscamera / Moment

DxO has announced Beta support for Fujifilm cameras sporting an X-Trans sensor with the new DxO PhotoLab 5 and DxO FilmPack 6 (launch discount available).


Capture One 14.4 Released with Export Tool Comeback and Fujifilm GFX50SII Support

Capture One 14.4 has now been released. A welcome comeback: the export tab! Down below a list of what it brings.

Capture One Deal: If you get now Capture One 21 with a discount (thanks to 10% savings with code FUJIRUMORS or AMBFR), you’ll get Capture One 22 for free as soon as it’s released on December 2021. The offer is valid also for those of you, who are on Capture One 20 or older versions. So you can log-in to your account and upgrade now.

Capture One 14.4

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DEAL: Buy Capture One 21 (with Discount) and Get Capture One 22 for Free

Here is the deal:

If you get now Capture One 21 with a discount (thanks to 10% savings with code FUJIRUMORS or AMBFR), you’ll get Capture One 22 for free as soon as it’s released on December 2021.

The offer is valid also for those of you, who are on Capture One 20 or older versions. So you can log-in to your account and upgrade now.

I remind you that Capture One 22 will, among the others, bring two new and long awaited features:

  • Panorama stitching
  • HDR merging

Also, Capture One for iPad will be coming in 2022.

And these are some of the tools Phase One has added to Capture One in the last 18 months.

  • Style Brush
  • Magic Brush
  • New Exporter/Importer
  • Speed Edit
  • Dehaze
  • HEIC Support
  • Healing and Cloning

You can get Capture One 21 as standalone or subscription. Check out this link for all purchase options.

New – Dedicated Capture One group for Fujifilm Shooters

DPReview Head to Head: Adobe Lightroom Classic vs Capture One 21

As you know, I left Adobe Lightroom for Capture One quite a while ago.

And while Lightroom is a fantastic tool, I am so happy with Capture One that I haven’t looked back since.

** NOTE: Many websites such as SonyAlphaRumors & Co offer also 10% discount codes. But if you want to support FujiRumors, then this will only happen if you use the code FUJIRUMORS or AMBFR. If you use other codes, you will not support FujiRumors, but other websites. It’s your decision, whom you want to support. The discount for you is the same everywhere.

DPReview now compared Adobe Lightroom Classic with Capture One 21.

The results:

Adobe Lightroom Classic
Capture One Pro
Pros: Pros:
  • Faster at importing files and generating standard previews
  • Gives you the option to generate 1:1 previews (if you have the time)
  • Seamless integration with Adobe Photoshop and other CC apps
  • Robust cloud integration and companion mobile apps
  • Faster at exporting heavily edited files
  • Features significant GPU hardware acceleration
  • Better optimized to take advantage of Apple Silicon M1
  • Available as Sony-only, Fuji-only, and Nikon-only versions for less money (or included with camera purchase)
  • Available as a one time purchase
Cons: Cons:
  • No GPU acceleration for import, preview generation, and export
  • Export speed is heavily RAM dependent
  • May eventually be discontinued and replaced by cloud-based Lightroom CC
  • Not everyone loves the subscription model…
  • Performance is similar to Lightroom when using low-end hardware
  • No cloud integration or companion mobile apps (yet)
  • Pro-focused interface comes with a steep learning curve

You can read the full comparison here.