Below you will find a selection of cameras that we are preparing to support in the latest version of Capture One, alongside our already comprehensive list of supported cameras.
We want to share this information with you to not only give an update on the progress of our hardworking Camera team, but to also provide a bit more clarity when it comes to providing camera support.
The 'expected month' is only an estimate and there can of course be delays in the implementation process. However, we hope it will at least give you an idea of when support is arriving for a particular camera model.
It's also important to note that we are often the first to offer RAW support. When this happens, converting your photos to DNG can become problematic.
If you experience any issues with a new camera when converting your files to DNG, then it is due to the camera not yet having a DNG color profile that Capture One can work with and means the issue is beyond our control.
Cameras coming to Capture One soon
|Camera Name||Expected Month|
|Update coming soon...||Stay tuned!|
Cameras already supported in Capture One
If you want to know all of the cameras and RAW files already supported in Capture One, please check out the list here.
Frequently asked questions:
When will Capture One offer support for my camera/lens?
When we say your camera is supported in Capture One, we don’t just mean that you can edit files from that camera in our photo editing software. We mean that we’ve calibrated the colors from your camera by hand, so that when your photo is imported into Capture One, your colors and details look as authentic as possible, just like when you captured it.
This process can take up to three months after our team gets the camera in hand so the date, we expect to support it is closely linked to when we can actually expect to have the camera.
Looking for a specific lens?
Lens profiles are lenses that have been tested in-house by our Camera team. You can still work with non-listed lenses, as the Manufacturer's profile is just based on information available in the RAW file that Capture One retrieves from the actual file.
The main difference between in-house lens profiles and the manufacturer profile is that the first also corrects for soft corners (Sharpness Falloff) and applies some additional settings like Distortion and Chromatic aberration.
Here are a few ways to work around an unlisted lens: Working with an unlisted lens profile
A full list of supported lenses can also be found here
Want to request a camera or lens that is not on the list?
We rely on your input to make sure we offer support for the cameras and lenses that our users want.
If you can’t find the camera or lens on the list of supported cameras or lenses or in the above table, please submit your request.
Please follow this link to submit your request.