The latest release of Capture One Pro includes RAW support for seven new cameras:
- Olympus Pen-F
- Olympus Olympus Om-D E-M10 Mk II
- Olympus Sony A68
- Olympus Sony a6300
- Olympus Sony RX1R Mk II (revised implementation) � Ricoh GR II
- Olympus Pentax K-S2
I've been anxious to see how C1 would handle the images from one of my current favorite street cameras, the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II. So I cruised Market St. last night to record some RAW for a test. I was not disappointed.
This shot was captured at ISO 1250 at f/1.7 with the Panasonic 20mm mounted on the E-M10 Mark II. Shutter speed was 1/40th with exposure compensation at +0.3 and auto white balance. The RAW file rendered in Capture One beautifully. The colors, right out of the camera were rich and saturated. I didn't make any color adjustments at all... just a little contrast and clarity. You can see (and download) a standalone version of the shot on my Flickr account.
This is going to be a wonderful combination, both with the E-M10 Mark II and the PEN-F. I also can't wait to see some shots from the Sony cameras that were added to the list.
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