04 Mar Capture One adds support for the Fuji X-T4 and more with new update

Source: Thomas Fitzgerald Photography

Phase One has just released a new update for Capture One, which includes support for several new cameras, along with bug fixes and more. Of particular note is that Capture One now supports the new Fuji X-T4, which isn’t even widely available yet. Capture One and Fujifilm were keen to showcase this as evidence of the fruit of their partnership. From the press release:

Capture One, the leading name in photo editing software, celebrates the release of Capture One version 20.0.3 which sees the company offer the first official support to the Fujifilm X-T4 – plus support for additional new cameras and lenses from other brands. Since 2018, Capture One and Fujifilm have enjoyed a unique collaborative relationship; working together to further develop the software, and to enable Fujifilm users to get the most out of the X-Trans sensors. This service release also includes bug fixes for Capture One 20.

Capture One offers Fujifilm photographers a suite of tools unmatched by other photo editing software, including the ability to utilize Fujifilm’s critically acclaimed and globally beloved Film Simulations such as Acros, Provia, and Classic Chrome. With Capture One, these Film Simulations are not restricted to JPEGs, but can be used with RAW files, allowing for the most powerful and flexible image processing ability, and one that is distinctly Fujifilm.

The collaboration also allows Capture One and Fujifilm to support the photographic community by providing full tailored support to Fujifilm’s newest cameras upon launch. From the moment it is released,

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