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Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby NN634682013407637779UL » Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:21 pm

I've been waiting for the Capture One Pro 7 and thought it will support Fujifilm x-pro 1 camera. Massive disappointment as other imaging software has already supported the x-pro 1 RAW files. It looks like I've to go for Lightroom...
Capture One is my favourite programme for image editing and database, I'm hoping the support will be available soon.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Drew » Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:26 pm

Hey we're disappointed too. We've made several requests to Fuji and really want to add support for this camera but need their help decoding the system.
I would urge anyone that wants this support to let Fuji know we are interested in getting their help.

In the end we understand that you need to use the software that meets your needs and we wish you luck.
Kind Regards,
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby jknights » Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:55 pm

Drew,
Earlier in the year Fuji were touting around looking for people like Phase One to collaborate with to get RAW support out to the general public.

I think a direct approach by PhaseOne to Fuji would be well received.
Still learning after all these years. Using Nikon D3S, D800, D600 DSLRs and Fuji XT1, XPro1, XE1, X100 with CapturePro.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby dogmatheque » Sat Oct 27, 2012 2:06 pm

Hello,

i've mailed no later that yesterday "fuji club expert", mentioning their lack of support for third party raw software developers. here's what the guy said :
"regarding 3rd party raw support, it's up to the software publishers.
Indeed, Fujifilm has given the necessary material to the software developers for RAW handling. It's now up to them to release those updates."

There's also a post about a possible ongoing partnership with fuji and developers here :
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/50103835
(it's only a rumor for now).

and here's an interview of fuji, where they also mention that they're working with dev :
http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/20 ... i-x-series
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby jknights » Sat Oct 27, 2012 6:48 pm

Since there is now a second camera from Fuji (X-E1) using the same sensor I would expect to see some additional takeup by users and desire by all at PhaseOne to get this sensor into the supported list.
Still learning after all these years. Using Nikon D3S, D800, D600 DSLRs and Fuji XT1, XPro1, XE1, X100 with CapturePro.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby nusbaum » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:57 am

There needs to be something we can do to help find a solution without simply sitting around and waiting for Fuji to hand over their algorithms. There are a number of people working in public to sort on the mystery of the x-trans sensor. Perhaps we can get more collaboration from a broader community? Or, is this corporate politics and something we shouldn't waste our time on?
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby dogmatheque » Tue Nov 13, 2012 3:17 pm

Would it be possible to know if you're at least working on it?
if yes, could you tell us when to expect a potential update?

Last thing, Fuji says they're working with developers (see previous post),
you say they're not helping...
May be you know who we need to contact to ask them for C1 support
(may be i'm just naïve)...

Anyway, keep up the good work.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1, and X-E1

Postby Kit Laughlin » Sun Dec 02, 2012 8:05 am

I am adding my voice to the requests here. If anyone know who in Fuji we need to contact, please advise.

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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby NN280394UL » Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:14 pm

Me too ! :D
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Rolf192 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:05 pm

+1
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Lionel12 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 2:05 pm

Let me be a bit on lim here, all you Fuji lowers - look for next Capture One release - real soon now.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby dogmatheque » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:27 am

This is great news.
I sincerely hope you overcame X-trans difficulties.
Can't wait to wave silkypix goodbye.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby steven371 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:30 am

I sure hope the update supports the X-E1 also.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby NN14586 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:09 pm

Lionel12 wrote:Let me be a bit on lim here, all you Fuji lowers - look for next Capture One release - real soon now.
-Lionel


That sure sounds good. I have just received the X-E1 and would really like to keep using the C1 along with my Nikon D800 as well.
Looks like it will be a good Christmas here in Norway!
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Rolf192 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:31 pm

Same to me - I really enjoy the results of my D800-NEFs with C1 Vers.7. I'm really looking forward to do the same with my X-E1-RAFs. Hopefully you make a better job than Adobe on the x-trans-files!!
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