Capture One supports a range of Fujifilm Film Simulations like Fujifilm Provia and Fujifilm Velvia when working with Fujifilm RAF raw files. The different Film Simulations are available from the Curve drop-down menu in the Base Characteristics tool in the Color tool tab when working on an applicable Fujifilm RAF raw file. This is available in both Capture One Pro and Capture One Pro (for Fujifilm).
If you have selected a Fujifilm Film Simulation style in your Fujifilm camera, Capture One will automatically apply the corresponding style to the RAF raw files. This is the default behavior as long as Auto is selected in the Curve drop-down menu.
Note that this is a change from how Capture One 11 rendered the RAF raw files by default since prior versions did not support Fujifilm Film Simulations and instead rendered the RAF raw files with Phase One optimized colors and tone curve.
You should also be aware that the different Fujifilm Film Simulation styles under Curve will not only affect the tone curve (e.g. contrast and light balance) but also the colors. This is because the Fujifilm Film Simulation styles have an ICC profile applied under the hood.
If you want to render the RAF raw files with the Phase One optimized colors and tone curve (like the default in Capture One 11), please select Film Standard from the Curve drop-down menu.
You can change the default behavior by selecting Film Standard from the Curve drop-down menu, then click on the action icon in the Base Characteristics tool and select Save as Defaults for FujiFilm XXX. The RAF raw files will now be rendered with Phase One optimized colors and tone curve instead of the in-camera selected Fujifilm Film Simulation style.
Please see the table which lists all the cameras that support Fujifilm simulations in Capture One.
Fujifilm GFX 50S
Fujifilm GFX 50R
|•||•||•||PRO Neg. Hi|
|•||•||•||PRO Neg. Std|
|•||•||•||MONOCHROME + Ye FILTER|
|•||•||•||MONOCHROME + R FILTER|
|•||•||•||MONOCHROME + G FILTER|
|•||•||•||ACROS + Ye FILTER|
|•||•||•||ACROS + R FILTER|
|•||•||•||ACROS + G FILTER|
To choose the profile, select it from the Curve dropdown menu in the Base Characteristics tool.
If the film simulations do not appear, be sure the camera model is supported (in the chart above) and also that the file is not a JPG. Only RAW (RAF) files are supported.