Capture One 9.1.1 released: support for Fuji X-Pro2 and Nikon D5

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Main features: support for Fuji X-Pro2, Nikon D5 and bug fixes for Mac and Windows versions of Capture One 9.1.

Full Update Features List:

New Cameras Support

• Fuji X-Pro2 (preliminary, lossless compressed not supported)
• Nikon D5 (preliminary, 12 bit uncompressed not supported, Live view not supported)
• Sony RX-10 M3

Bug fixes: Mac

• Library Tool: several stability and performance improvements, and UI fixes (both Sessions and Catalogs)
• Multi-shot images: UI fixes in Metadata Tool
• Next Capture Adjustments tool: fix some tooltips
• Batch rename: fix an issue with names containing “.”
• Crop tool: fix an issue causing the crop unit to revert to inches
• “Open With…”: fix a bug causing some localized versions of CO to prevent selecting a desired app
• AppleScript: fix an issue when setting capture paths
• Live view deformed for Sony cameras
• Fixed various crashes

Bug fixes: Win

• Export Recipe settings in Export dialog not persisted after restart
• Process Recipe ICC profiles changed to Embed Camera profile after 9.1 install
• “Batch rename” is showing the wrong translation in German
• Unable to import session into catalog
• Dropdown/menu arrow shown in cursor tool selector for tools with only 1 item
• Auto adjust button missing arrow down
• Pick Curve Point cursor tool hidden
• Live view deformed for Sony cameras
• Fixed various crashes

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Alexander Svet – Professional photographer and photography instructor. Phase One Certified Professional and Capture One beta tester.

  • Jo Jundt

    X-Pro2: only uncompressed files? No X-E2s support, although those files are just the type of the already supported X-E2?

    Lens profiles missing for Nikon: 20/1.4, 24/1.4, 300/4 PF… and lots more. At least wide-angle lenses should be profiled.

    There’s no RAW converter costing more than C1. I really expect more.

    • binotto

      Alexander did write “preliminary” support for the X-Pro2. Phase One tests cameras for weeks to fine-tune C1 profiles (at least 700 different test chart and real world photos apparently). I think it’s cool that they have released preliminary profiles for the X-Pro2 and D5.

      • Dwight Roberts

        Any idea if/when C1 will work with compressed RAF’s? I don’t like SilkyPix for the most part and have gotten great results with C1. Thanks!

        • Hi, unfortunately, only developers know that and they never share such an information(