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  • Phil Dickinson

    Why aren’t phase one backs supported?

    it seems possible to get FireWire in to an iPad via usb-c. 

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  • Jack D Williams

    It’s not about what is physically possible or not possible to connect. Phase One cameras simply behave in a unique way when communicating with other devices, so we need a bit more time to implement support. It’s coming!

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  • Phil Dickinson

    Hi Jack,

     

    lol yeah I do understand how it all hangs together, I’m an ex software developer specialising in data Comms. 

    but that aside, it would’ve been nice to see a formal statement of intent to support all past P1 backs, rather than a simple statement saying they’re not supported. 

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  • Chris Stoll

    The nice thing is we will be able to store all 20 shots!! We need the raws stored in the camera and jpegs to go out to devices when using IQ4

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  • Manuel Stettler

    Do you know when the support for phase one cameras will bi implemented? What period of time do you expect? And what about the ability of creating and apply LCC's (Lens color cast, profiles)? Many thanks for your feedback about this one.

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  • Jack D Williams

    Manuel Stettler iOS 16 has helped us out a bit here, so it should be fairly soon – I know that's very loose, but I cannot put a timeframe on such things, as I'm not the one building it! 

    The ability to create LCCs is a little further down the roadmap, but I have forwarded this as a feature request on your behalf anyway. Hope that's ok and thanks for getting in touch with us.

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  • Alias

    On Capture One & Phase One

    Makes sense since Capture One was designed specifically for Phase One users to initially process their unique file writing convention's along with being a raw editing platform for its users.  Only in more recent years, Phase One has made the corporate decision to split the one company, (or) Phase One and it's subsidiary (Capture One) into two separate and individual companies. Ever since the implementation or divide, these two companies have acted as separately organized working units.  Phase One DB (Digital Back) users have been left on the back burner when referring to priority. But wait, aren't they two separate companies? And shouldn't they be as productive as two individual companies working uniquely to service their client base? It's not actually that confusing when you think about it. Only in terms of performance and quarterly reports Capture One is miles in front of Phase One as the revenue generating powerhouse. It's good to see that Phase One is taking care of its fundamental client base that initially helped repel Capture One into it's current placeholder. 

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