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Capture One Pro 9.1.1 Released with Support for New Cameras


Capture One Pro 9.1.1 has been released and adds raw file support for Fujifilm X-Pro2 and Nikon D5 cameras. Updates for this release mainly focus on support for Fuji X-Pro2, Nikon D5 cameras fixes several bugs for Mac and Windows versions of Capture One 9.1. Sony RX10 Mark III bridge camera is also in the listContinue Reading

Phase One Releases Capture One Pro 9.1


Phase One has released Capture One Pro 9.1 and adds Sony a6300 Raw file support, new Sony G Master lens profiles and a6300 tethering support. Focus for this release has been the fashion and still life photographer segment, with special attention to the demands of fast-paced work environments. Raw file support and lens profiles are addedContinue Reading

Phase One Introduces 100-megapixel A-Series IQ3 Camera System


Phase One has introduced the A-series IQ3 100MP medium format camera system. The A-series IQ3 100MP joins existing Phase One A-series models offering both precision integration with the ALPA platform and complete compatibility with the Phase One XF camera system. Based on the ALPA 12TC camera body, each model comes with the 35mm Rodenstock Alpar lens.Continue Reading

Phase One Released XF 100MP Medium Format Camera


Phase One has announced a 100-Megapixel back for its modular XF medium format camera system. The CMOS sensor is made by Sony. The Phase One XF 100MP camera system offers 16-bit color output and a claimed 15 stops of dynamic range, presumably at the base (native) ISO setting of 50. The “full frame” MF sensor is 53.7 xContinue Reading

Phase One Acquires Mamiya Digital Imaging


Phase One has acquired the assets of Mamiya Digital Imaging (MDI) and has appointed Makoto Honda as the new president of Phase One Japan. Phase One has developed detailed insight into the camera and lens design and production process and engineered important improvements through its close collaboration with the MDI team in Japan. For PhaseContinue Reading

Phase One Releases Capture One Pro 9 for Working Photographers


Phase One has released Capture One Pro 9 which introduces many new image quality precision tools, including a completely updated contrast engine, a new brush pack, Luma curves, a battery status toolbar for tethered cameras, new asset management tools and more. Capture One Pro 9 is available now for Mac and Windows. New with this release, each license permitsContinue Reading

Phase One Releases First Major XF Platform Update


Phase One has released updated firmware for its new XF system which is announced back in June. The update adds a Seismographic Vibration Delay function that ensures camera stillness at the moment of capture, introduces a BullsEye Level tool on the XF OneTouch UI to enable easy camera alignment, and adds a Hyperfocal Point Calibration feature,Continue Reading

Phase One XF Camera System Announced


Phase One today unveiled the XF Camera System featuring robust, aerial-grade mechanics, advanced electronics, a new autofocus platform, new modularity options and customisable touch controls. Phase One states that the user interface is highly customizable and can ‘evolve in accordance with customer needs and feedback’. The XF supports modular viewfinders, including 90 degree prism and waist-levelContinue Reading

Phase One Launches A-Series Medium-Format Cameras


Phase One has officially announced three new medium format cameras, the A250, the A260, and the A280. The three Phase One A-series models the A250, A260 and A280 are based on the ALPA 12TC camera body, plus a Phase One medium format IQ2 A-series digital back — the 50 megapixel CMOS-based IQ250; the long-exposure-capable 60Continue Reading

Phase One Announces Schneider-Kreuznach 40-80mm f/4-5.6 lens


Phase One has announced the Schneider-Kreuznach 40-80mm f/4-5.6 leaf shutter lens for its 645 camera platform. The new Schneider Kreuznach 40-80mm LS f/4.0-5.6 joins the existing Schneider Kreuznach 75-150mm f/4.0-5.6 leaf shutter zoom lens and allows for flash synchronization up to 1/1000 sec. Equivalent focal length differs according to the digital back in use, butContinue Reading