Capture One 10.2.1 Update Adds RAW Support For Sony a7RIII, RX10 IV, and RX0

Capture One Pro 10.2.1 has been released and adds raw file support for Sony a7RIII, RX10 IV, and RX0 cameras.

Updates for this release mainly focus on support for Sony A7R III, RX10 IVRX0 cameras, the 100-400mm FE lens and fixes several bugs for Mac and Windows versions of Capture One 10.1.

If you aren’t familiar with Capture One Pro, it’s a software package designed to perform as a Raw processing application as well as a host for those who like to shoot with a camera tethered to a computer. The world’s no. 1 imaging software from Phase One supports over 400 cameras, and is used by over 90 K professional photographers!

Capture One 10.2.1 Adds RAW Support For Sony a7RIII, RX10 IV, and RX0

10.2.1 Bug fixes (Mac)

  • Automounted fileshares handled incorrectly
  • Adjustments lost when moving a folder within Capture One
  • / not accepted in Token paths
  • Hang when selecting any text input field to enter text
  • Cropping .ORF vertically causes hang
  • Emptying “unavailable” images from catalog Trash is impossible
  • Renaming of a Catalog folder only works the first time
  • Can’t put forward slashes in watermark names
  • AppleScript UI access to text fields no longer possible
  • Catalog folder can only be moved once
  • The Session importer in a Catalog does not count images to be imported properly and does not complete the import
  • Crash when closing live view
  • Copy stand not found if we create a new session
  • | character in Session Name (or session folder) causes Proxies to not render
  • Capture One Express and Pro (for Sony) links to videos are wrong
  • Until “Next Capture Naming” tool is shown, tethered files are given only Camera
    counter and no name
  • Cannot Capture in Live view using shortcut
  • Help>Show Keyboard Shortcut Summary Fails
  • Current collection is not selected when CO is started
  • Counter starts at 2 when setting up Next Capture Naming
  • Filmstrip view does not stick when Show / Hide viewer

10.2.1 Bug fixes (Win)

  • Moving a Session makes images appear offline
  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update looses Capture One settings

Download Capture One 10.2.1

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