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  • SFA
    As this is a User to User forum it is unlikely that anyone knows.

    You could ask Phase via a Support case but their policy is to not make public statements before release - which is probably very wise in my opinion.

    There is likely to be quite a bit of work to be done - if I read the specification correctly this body produces the new CR3 raw files. Beyond file processing there are things like tethering functionality to consider as well. All of this will need to be tested in the lab alongside whatever developments are required for MAC and WIndows O/S upgrades, the continuing development of the Phase cameras and anything being delivered by other manufacturers that also has consumer demand.

    Plus, of course, whatever might be in development for the next Capture One version upgrade at some point. And then there is the question of how all of these activities can be scheduled into the development time line and the software release cycle.

    I expect Phase would like to know the level of interest for these new cameras within their existing client base. So it would probably be useful to create a Support Case requesting support for the camera so that they know for certain that there are Capture One users out there who are buying the camera at this early stage of its life.


    HTH.


    Grant
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  • Jens Steyer
    Many thanks for your response. 😉

    I also created a support ticket. Unfortunately, you can not select the "EOS R" - this camera does not exist yet ...
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  • don maclean
    There is still no CR3 support and I had asked for this when the M50 came out earlier in the year. Hopefully it will come soon as it is the Canon standard now.

    In April I received this reply " ...Regarding your question about CR3 RAW images, we cannot discuss internal matters with the public but we will take this in as well as part of your feature request! ..."
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  • SFA
    [quote="NNN636148425864100120" wrote:
    Many thanks for your response. 😉

    I also created a support ticket. Unfortunately, you can not select the "EOS R" - this camera does not exist yet ...



    I'm sure they will find a way to categorise your request!
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  • Jerome Boyer
    Hooray… CR3 is supported in 11.3.1
    Still a work in progress, imo.
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  • don maclean
    [quote="jcboyer" wrote:
    Hooray… CR3 is supported in 11.3.1
    Still a work in progress, imo.


    Thanks for that heads up ...
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  • Christian Gruner
    [quote="jcboyer" wrote:
    Hooray… CR3 is supported in 11.3.1
    Still a work in progress, imo.


    It is still officially unsupported, as it is still work-in-progress, as you point out.
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  • Bose
    Good news that is in work… and I hope it will be officially supported soon… because the camera will arrive in few days… and I would like to continue to use CO and switch to PRO version (from SONY)
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  • don maclean
    It is still officially unsupported, as it is still work-in-progress, as you point out.


    Nice first cut though, just a little over saturation.
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  • FlyingDutchman
    Strange... It seems I can open the CR3 files from my M50 but when I try to import the CR3 files from my Eos R it fails. I have CS1 11.3.1 with OSX 10.14
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  • Christian Gruner
    [quote="FlyingDutchman" wrote:
    Strange... It seems I can open the CR3 files from my M50 but when I try to import the CR3 files from my Eos R it fails. I have CS1 11.3.1 with OSX 10.14


    Which is to be expected, as the EOS R is not (yet) supported.
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  • FlyingDutchman
    True, but they both uses the same CR3 format right? Quess we'll have to wait...
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  • Bose
    I can't wait for CR3 and Tethering support! 😎
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  • Christian Gruner
    [quote="FlyingDutchman" wrote:
    True, but they both uses the same CR3 format right? Quess we'll have to wait...

    They are both CR3 according to specifications, but that just describes the "container", not the contents.
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  • FlyingDutchman
    Thank you for clearing that up!
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  • don maclean
    [quote="Bose" wrote:
    I can't wait for CR3 and Tethering support! 😎


    There is tethering support for the M50 in 11.3.1 so I would expect there will be for the EOS R
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  • RedRobin
    [quote="Christian Gruner" wrote:
    [quote="jcboyer" wrote:
    Hooray… CR3 is supported in 11.3.1
    Still a work in progress, imo.


    It is still officially unsupported, as it is still work-in-progress, as you point out.


    .... That's good news that we now know that CR3 is being worked on. I have just bought a Canon EOS R and I only shoot RAW, mostly on a 1DX-2 CR2 format.

    So the earliest we might expect it, if ready, will be the next 11.3.x update. I am happy to wait now that I know it's coming and will just store my CR3 files ready.

    Just an idea for a temporary workaround : Would it work to load the CR3 files from camera into Canon's latest DPP and then will Capture One be able to edit DNG(?) files?

    In other words, DPP would do the RAW conversion and C1 could then edit the resulting files? TIFFS would be inferior.
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  • FlyingDutchman
    Adobe DNG converter (version 11.0) will do the trick for you 😉
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  • Franz Scherz
    I am not a Canon shooter but had same Problem on Z7.
    I used exiftool to set model name of NEF (exiftool -Model="NIKON D850" *.nef) to 'NIKON D850' and I could process the images.

    Maybe this works also with some Canon which have same sensor size.
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  • RedRobin
    [quote="FlyingDutchman" wrote:
    Adobe DNG converter (version 11.0) will do the trick for you 😉


    .... Thanks for your reply. However, The website 'Image Alchemist' states as follows :

    "Q: Does Capture One support DNG files, and if yes, fully or limited?

    A: Yes, Capture One Pro supports DNG files in several ways. Mind the difference between Native DNG (straight out of camera) and Converted DNG (non-DNG format converted into DNG).

    Capture One Pro fully supports Native DNG files as any other RAW file format (for example CR2, NEF, IIQ). Capture One Pro also fully supports Converted DNG files that include the original RAW file.

    A Converted DNG file without the original RAW file is also supported but with some limitations. A generic DNG profile is used. Note that a camera must be supported in its native format to be supported as Converted DNG file."

    Doesn't the line I have highlit in bold mean that as the Canon EOS R camera isn't supported yet, Converted DNG files are not supported?

    I guess that I best try it out on a CR3 file that doesn't matter if the original is lost/destroyed.
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  • FlyingDutchman
    I can open converted DNG's (from EOS R's CR3 files) in Capture One without a problem so far. It's an extra step so I hope Capture One will be updated soon. Lightroom already supports CR3 but I don't want to switch.
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  • Bose
    Any ideas for the release date?
    I can't wait to return to shoot tethered and my normal workflow also with this camera...
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  • Ian Wilson
    Nobody on here knows - we're just fellow users. Or if any of us do know because of participating in a beta programme, we would not be able to say because of non-disclosure agreements.

    Ian
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  • Bose
    [quote="Ian3" wrote:
    Nobody on here knows - we're just fellow users. Or if any of us do know because of participating in a beta programme, we would not be able to say because of non-disclosure agreements.

    Ian


    I think there are also some "Krew" guys here… 😎
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="Bose" wrote:
    [quote="Ian3" wrote:
    Nobody on here knows - we're just fellow users. Or if any of us do know because of participating in a beta programme, we would not be able to say because of non-disclosure agreements.

    Ian


    I think there are also some "Krew" guys here… 😎

    Yes but they would not say on here either.

    Ian
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  • Dave R
    [quote="RedRobin" wrote:
    [quote="FlyingDutchman" wrote:
    Adobe DNG converter (version 11.0) will do the trick for you 😉


    .... Thanks for your reply. However, The website 'Image Alchemist' states as follows :

    "Q: Does Capture One support DNG files, and if yes, fully or limited?

    A: Yes, Capture One Pro supports DNG files in several ways. Mind the difference between Native DNG (straight out of camera) and Converted DNG (non-DNG format converted into DNG).

    Capture One Pro fully supports Native DNG files as any other RAW file format (for example CR2, NEF, IIQ). Capture One Pro also fully supports Converted DNG files that include the original RAW file.

    A Converted DNG file without the original RAW file is also supported but with some limitations. A generic DNG profile is used. Note that a camera must be supported in its native format to be supported as Converted DNG file."

    Doesn't the line I have highlit in bold mean that as the Canon EOS R camera isn't supported yet, Converted DNG files are not supported?

    I guess that I best try it out on a CR3 file that doesn't matter if the original is lost/destroyed.

    This is out of date, I have DNG converted from a number of cameras and have definitely not embedded the native format RAW in them. C0 opens them all and applies the appropriate camera profile to them. It definitely does not apply a generic profile. Of course CO must have produced a profile for the camera concerned.

    Dave
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  • RedRobin
    [quote="David532" wrote:
    [quote="RedRobin" wrote:
    [quote="FlyingDutchman" wrote:
    Adobe DNG converter (version 11.0) will do the trick for you 😉


    .... Thanks for your reply. However, The website 'Image Alchemist' states as follows :

    "Q: Does Capture One support DNG files, and if yes, fully or limited?

    A: Yes, Capture One Pro supports DNG files in several ways. Mind the difference between Native DNG (straight out of camera) and Converted DNG (non-DNG format converted into DNG).

    Capture One Pro fully supports Native DNG files as any other RAW file format (for example CR2, NEF, IIQ). Capture One Pro also fully supports Converted DNG files that include the original RAW file.

    A Converted DNG file without the original RAW file is also supported but with some limitations. A generic DNG profile is used. Note that a camera must be supported in its native format to be supported as Converted DNG file."

    Doesn't the line I have highlit in bold mean that as the Canon EOS R camera isn't supported yet, Converted DNG files are not supported?

    I guess that I best try it out on a CR3 file that doesn't matter if the original is lost/destroyed.


    This is out of date, I have DNG converted from a number of cameras and have definitely not embedded the native format RAW in them. C0 opens them all and applies the appropriate camera profile to them. It definitely does not apply a generic profile. Of course CO must have produced a profile for the camera concerned.

    Dave


    .... Thanks Dave - That is very helpful to know.

    Forgiving my ignorance but I don't think that CO has produced a profile for the Canon EOS R yet and so surely I need to wait for CO's support update for this camera?
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  • Keith Reeder
    [quote="Ian3" wrote:
    Yes but they would not say on here either.

    Indeed. Why Phase One doesn't make Rule 1 more visible is beyond me:
    1 Discussion of unannounced products is not permitted. The “Announcements …†area is the place where announcements will be made.

    "Unannounced products" includes the version of Capture One that will support your new camera...
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  • Bose
    Respect for the rules! so sorry for my contribution to this post…

    But…

    I think that is quite anti-marketing... I worked with C1(Sony) --> I bought a new camera --> camera is not supported yet --> I wait to spend my money in the PRO version --> I have to process my files! --> I switch to Ligtroom(that support the new camera) --> I learn a new workflow --> maybe I'll never spend my money in C1 again???

    Maybe an official response with some (non precise) indications it's the best way... 😉
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  • Bose
    Respect for the rules! so sorry for my contribution to this post…

    But…

    I think that is quite anti-marketing... I worked with C1(Sony) --> I bought a new camera --> camera is not supported yet --> I wait to spend my money in the PRO version --> I have to process my files! --> I switch to Ligtroom(that support the new camera) --> I learn a new workflow --> maybe I'll never spend my money in C1 again???

    Maybe an official response with some (non precise) indications it's the best way... 😉
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