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Phase One release Capture One 6.2 adds support for Fuji X100

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Hot on the heels of yesterday's announcement by Adobe Phase One has today announced Capture One 6.2. As well as adding support for the Fujifilm X100, as well as a number of other new (and not so new) cameras), C1 6.2 includes several new features and enhancements. For a full list of the supported cameras and features, please see the summary below.

The new Capture One 6.2 release offers enhanced options for local adjustments, additional camera controls for Canon and Nikon and improved XMP metadata functionality.

 

The release also adds camera support for the latest Samsung, Fuji, Ricoh, Panasonic, Canon, Sony and Nikon camera models as well as camera support for Phase One IQ180, IQ160, and IQ140 including tethered support.

Capture One 6.2 includes the following new features and enhancements:
- Local adjustment of saturation and clarity
- Invert local adjustments mask
- Copy local adjustments mask from other layer
- Auto sync of XMP metadata (sidecars only)
- Additional camera controls for Canon and Nikon
- Improved OpenCL and 64 bit performance

Capture One 6.2 offer support for the following new cameras and hardware:
- Phase One IQ180, IQ160 and IQ140 including tethered support
- Canon 600D/Rebel T3i and 1100D/Rebel T3 including tethered support
- Fuji X100
- Nikon D5100* and tethered support for Nikon D-7000 (*preliminary)
- Panasonic DMC-GH2 and DMC-GF2
- Ricoh GR DIGITAL, GR DIGITAL II, GR DIGITAL III, GX100, GX200, GRX S10, GXR P10, GXR A12
- Samsung NX5, NX10, NX11 and NX100
- Sony SLT-A55, SLT-A33, NEX-3 and NEX-5

The upgrade and release notes (pdf) can be found here.

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