Today Phase One released Capture One 11.2. That’s an uncommon update which is mostly about Capture One CH – a special version of Capture One developed for museums and archives.
Yes-yes. You were waiting for some new features. I know. Me too. For us Capture One 11.2 can offer:
- New cameras support: Canon 4000D and 2000D, Panasonic Lumix GX9, GX7MK3 and other
- New lenses support: Canon EF 85mm f/1.4L, Panasonic LUMIX G Vario 12-60mm f/3.5-5.6 and other
- Bug fixes
Not too bad. Not an upgrade that’s worth the 11.2 naming, but it’s something at least. And what is this Capture One CH and why it costs $5999?
Let’s figure it out!
Capture One CH
The first thing you notice as you run Capture One 11.2 is the new mode in the launch menu – CH.
Capture One CH stands for Cultural Heritage. This version of Capture One was designed to enhance cultural heritage workflows.
Capture One CH provides professional solutions for book and film scanning and for solving specific medical and scientific tasks.
Previously CH was distributed as a standalone app, but starting from 11.2 it became one of the running modes of Capture One as Pro, Sony versions, and DB.
Capture One CH has a number of unique features such as Negative Film Reproduction Tool, Capture Resolution Rule, AutoCrop, and MultiCrop.
CH license costs $5999, and that totally makes sense as it’s dedicated to a very specific usage with a much more expensive CH hardware.
If we would compare CH technologies of Phase One and a regular Capture One – it’s something like a space program and GPS. People, who launched a man into space, discovered a bunch of great technologies along the way. Some of them, like GPS, are useful for everybody, even if you’re not planning to fly to the stars.
The same thing is with CH and other Phase One hi-end technology. While we’re having fun playing with color in Capture One, some people are preserving our cultural heritage using the same software. But who knows, some of our work might be a cultural heritage in the future as well. Huh!
Ok, fine enough about CH, let’s see what Capture One 11.2 has to offer for rest of us.
New Cameras support
Capture One 11.2 brings support for:
- Canon 4000D
- Canon 2000D
- Panasonic Lumix TZ200/TZ202/TZ220
- Panasonic Lumix ZS200/ZS220/TX2
- Panasonic Lumix GX9 / GX7MK3
New Lenses support
In Capture One 11.2 you will find a bunch of new lens profiles:
- Canon EF 85mm f/1.4L IS USM
- Voigtlander MACRO APO-LANTHAR 65mm f/2 ASPH
- Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.2 ASPH
- Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4
- Voigtlander Heliar-Ultra Wide 12mm f/5.6 ASPH
- Leica Summilux TL 1.4/35 ASPH
- Leica Vario Elmar TL 3,5-5,6/18-56 ASPH
- Leica Elmarit TL 2,8/18 ASPH
- Leica Summicron TL 2/23 ASPH
- Panasonic LUMIX G Vario 12-60mm f/3.5-5.6 ASPH. POWER O.I.S. (H-FS12060)
Bug Fixes Mac
Bug Fixes Windows
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But… Why did Phase One call this update 11.2?
That’s a good question. Usually eleven point something naming means that there are some new features in the release. And the actual update looks like 11.1.2: bug fixes, new lens and camera profiles. Nice stuff, but it isn’t worth the 11.2 naming.
The point is that Capture One 11.2 has some new features, but they are available for Cultural Heritage version only. CH is now one of the running modes of Capture One; hence new features of it affect the general Capture One naming.
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Alexander Svet – professional photographer and specialist in image processing.
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