As more and more photographers are becoming frustrated with slowdowns and performance issues with Adobe’s Lightroom, many are finding themselves looking for alternatives, with Phase One’s Capture One Pro being a popular and well-reviewed option.
Today Phase One launched Capture One Pro 10.0.2, the most recent update to their non-destructive RAW image processing software. The update adds support for several new cameras and lenses, as well as bug reports for several bugs that users had reported.
Among the new cameras now supported are Fujifilm’s latest X100F and X-A3, as well as Canon’s EOS M5 and Panasonic’s LX9/LX10/LX15. In terms of lenses, Phase One has added lens profile/correction support for Tamron’s SP 24-70mm (Canon EF), and a couple Panasonic and Sony lenses.
As well, there were 4 MacOS issues/bugs resolved and 2 Windows issues resolved with the 10.0.2 Capture One Pro update. Anyone interested in getting the update right away can get the download over on the Capture One Pro 10 website, here.
If you have been thinking about switching over to Capture One Pro 10 the company lets you try before you buy with a great 30-day trial. After that, you can purchase a license outright, or Capture One Pro 10 is also available with a subscription based system similar to Creative Cloud. Many photographers rave about C1’s colors and rendition, and performance is not an issue like it is in LR. Maybe it’s time to give Capture One Pro 10 a try!