Nikon D810 support

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Nikon D810 support

Postby Klauss » Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:52 pm

Hi Drew or any of the administrators,

Thanks for letting us know in the earlier thread that D810's SDK is out.
Just wondering if anyone could give an estimated time frame for the new release - would it be this anytime this month or the next? Can't live without Capture One and Nikon's Capture NX-D is just not cutting it for me.
I'm torn between waiting further or renting a D800e for the month so that I can continue working on Capture One.
Any info would be appreciated.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Peter Gruener » Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:04 am

Hi Klauss,

Like mentioned in many previous threads before Phase One will not commit on timelines and is surely working to get the update released as quickly as possible. A few workarounds like changing the camera model to D800/D800E were described as well and these are working not too bad.

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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Gregory » Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:05 pm

There is a beta version of 7.2.4 out that I'm using and works well with the D810. Evidently I'm not allowed to post a link to it.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Peter Gruener » Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:52 pm

There are a few beta testers out there along with internal staff from Phase One which is a good sign as it brings more feedback from other environments as well.

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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Klauss » Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:14 pm

Hi both,

Thanks for the suggestions!
I tested out the 7.2.4 beta and can confirm that it works well reading D810's files. The Capture One team has also created profiles for D810 which is brilliant.
Gregory: I couldn't connect my D810 to tether - could you?
My DB tethers fine on the new beta, so I'm sure it is working. My guess is that the beta came out slightly before Nikon's D810 SDK is released (based on comments on the older threads) and so tethering is still not supported in the beta. One way to work around this is to use Nikon's Camera Control Pro 2 and enabling Hot Folder capture through the beta.
Everything is working fine and I'm a happy man. There is perhaps a very slight delay of 10-20% vs proper Capture One tethering but that is insignificant.
All is well for now until the full 7.2.4 version gets released! :)
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Gregory » Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:48 am

I don't believe the beta version supports tethering for the D810. The D810 SDK is required for that and the beta was released before the SDK was available. My guess is the beta version is pretty much what the final version will be like as far as color profiles go...just lacking tethering support.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby NNN634323358977616215 » Thu Sep 11, 2014 11:37 am

Any chance I could have access this beta as well please?
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Peter Gruener » Thu Sep 11, 2014 12:16 pm

Hi,

The 7.2.4 Beta has been out for quite some time and I hope to expect a final release pretty soon. Maybe Drew can help you out with getting you "late" access.

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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Klauss » Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:01 pm

I suspected as much. Guess as long as Capture One can read the files, there are ways to get it to tether which is good enough to last until the next proper release.

Gregory mentioned that we're not allowed to post links, but a quick search on google will do the trick.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby CraigBeckta » Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:18 am

Hi,

I heard that you have to use Compressed D810 files with the
7.2.4 Beta.

Does the Beta version work with uncompressed D810 files?
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Klauss » Fri Sep 12, 2014 11:14 am

Seems like it does, I'm able to import both compressed (46+/- mb) and uncompressed (75+/- mb) files.
Hope that helps.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Ulf » Fri Sep 12, 2014 1:36 pm

Capture One 7.2.4 Beta 1 supports Nikon D810 files.
However it does not have tethered support implemented just yet, we hope to have this once 7.2.4 goes out as final version.
Anyone who want to get access to this software can do so by requesting it from technical support.
Go to http://support.phaseone.com and click on "Contact support"
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby Gregory » Fri Sep 12, 2014 10:41 pm

Or just google it.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby CraigBeckta » Sat Sep 13, 2014 3:52 pm

I downloaded the Beta but it seems a little buggy.

I had several crashes importing Nikon D810 images.

On a couple occasions the images imported as
black and white as well.

I'm using Maverick OSX 10.9.3.
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Re: Nikon D810 support

Postby SFA » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:01 pm

CraigBeckta wrote:I downloaded the Beta but it seems a little buggy.

I had several crashes importing Nikon D810 images.

On a couple occasions the images imported as
black and white as well.

I'm using Maverick OSX 10.9.3.


It's a beta.

A rather public beta it seems.

It's for testing stuff.

I can't think of a better reason to not make beta software public (outside an Open Source project ... and even then one has to question the logic sometimes) than the potential of having general comments of this nature posted to the internet to be discovered by search engines in perpetuity.

What makes it even less attractive is that the configuration of the machine on which the beta software is it being run could well be a contributory factor. Who knows?

Furthermore the entire exercise to produce the beta may not be solely for the purpose of satisfying the perceived needs of a self selecting group of users choosing to be early adopters of a new product. Yet it seems the beta testing process may be hijacked by such a group.


Perhaps that needs re-thinking in some way?



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