Phase One has released the latest version of its popular Capture One Pro raw conversion and image editing software.

Capture One Pro 10 provides  faster browsing, zooming, panning, adjusting and faster switching between images. New features include:

  • A new three step sharpening tool that offers full control over the sharpening process from capture to output.  It also includes diffraction correction, new creative tools for halo control makes sharpening easier and recipe independent output sharpening  that eliminates the need to guess amounts for final size.
  • Output proofing  take the guesswork out of resizing images. A new one-click proofing function lets users check the ICC Profile, scale, compression and output sharpening from the recipe.
  • Users of tethered cameras will be able to focus the camera from the computer; a useful function for overhead shots.
  • Support for the Tangent range of professional input panels takes adjustment to the next level.  
  • LCC has been reworked with multi-threading support, making LCCs up to 10 times faster to analyse.
  • Folders can now be moved, re-organised and merged in Catalogs using a simple drag and drop.
  • Images can now be filtered by orientation to find Landscape, Portrait or Square images.
  • Automask functionality is now extended to images formats other than Bayer, like Fuji Xtrans, mRAW and sRAW.
  • Capture One’s full feature set for Lens Correction, Chromatic Aberration Analysis and LCC generation can now be used with most compressed formats from Canon and Nikon.

A 30-day trial version of Capture One Pro 10 is available for downloading from the Phase One website at Owners of Capture One Pro versions 8 and 9 can upgrade for AU$132. New purchasers can acquire Capture One Pro 10 for AU$385.