Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Bruno71 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:18 pm

Hi,
I also patiently wait for X-pro 1 support, I just try the Capture one 7 and I will buy only if I can use for my fuji... Hope the next release will be the good one...
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby mikekatz » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:49 pm

+1, I will buy V7 if i get X-E1 support
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby coljohnny » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:12 pm

+1 for CaptureOne if they support the Fuji X-E1 Raf.files reason I own one..!!
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Ulf » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:21 pm

Maybe a Christmas gift is on its way ;-)
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby brivadois » Fri Dec 07, 2012 4:39 pm

Happy Xmas!! :D
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Kede » Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:45 pm

Lionel12 : You're my hero.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby 6x6_Shooter » Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:00 pm

If you're looking for beta testers, we'll be happy to put it through its paces on X-Pro1 and X-E1 files!
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby jknights » Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:39 pm

Let's hope that we can put this topic to bed for Christmas. :lol:
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 NN634905088717313112UL » Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:13 am

Recently downloaded the 60 day trial. I have never used Capture One software before but think I can work with it and will
buy if a good implementation for the Fuji's is offered.
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Support for FujiFilm X-E1 and X-Pro 1

Postby Tacklight » Tue Dec 11, 2012 3:33 pm

Guys it is perfect, glad to hear, I have X-Pro1 and X-E1 from Fujifilm and many raws to be processed, so I can't wait :-)

Do you know the when new release is planned to be downloadable and purchased ? even information that it will be in next 10 days is good for me . . . Thanks for your answer :-)
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby 6x6_Shooter » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:33 pm

Ulf wrote:Maybe a Christmas gift is on its way ;-)

As anxious as I am (actually, I'm getting desperate!) for the release of the Capture One solution to the X-Trans raw file conversion software, I need to keep reminding myself to allow their development team adequate time to make sure they've got the magic recipe. This task appears to be a particularly difficult one (several others have tried and failed) and it's imperative that they get it (mostly) right the first time. There probably will be tweaks made to it further down the line but I think everyone is looking for C1 to offer a significant initial improvement over what is currently available.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby NNN634319092198473396 » Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:26 am

I have tried C1 in the past and never felt it offered much over and above LR. I am happy for that to change if they present us with an excellent RAW conversion for the Fujis, though I can't help feeling that an update from Adobe won't be that far away.

I am sure Phase One do want to get it mostly right first time. What would be good, though, is for us to be able to submit some of our RAW files for them to work on, just to make sure! On the other hand, maybe they already have many of these from beta testers and maybe we need not fret much longer as I suspect all will be revealed soon!

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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby Alain132 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:14 pm

please... can I hope work on captue one with my fuji X-PRO1?
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby dogmatheque » Fri Dec 14, 2012 6:39 pm

Well my friends,

I guess that right now, patience will be our only reward.
It's been almost a year now, since the camera has been released
and yet there are no DAM making full use of the X-trans potential.
There might be reasons for it.

Fuji intends to use this sensor on more products (like the incoming X200)
there is the Ex-1 now, so companies working on that
will hopefully get the money back from the time invested into
demuxing the X-trans.

We're just at the beginning of something new, we will see if
this new sensor concept is a good thing. Once again,
this is all about patience in a world where we expect
everything to work perfectly from the start.
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Re: Support for Fujifilm x-pro 1

Postby jknights » Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:55 am

Whilst it is nice to get it right first time sometimes it is better to release and get feedback.
At least then we have a product that we can use.

I find the lack of communication from PhaseOne about what they are working on, even in general terms to be frustrating.
Still learning after all these years. Using Nikon D3S, D800, D600 DSLRs and Fuji XT1, XPro1, XE1, X100 with CapturePro.
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