Capture One has released the free update to Capture One 20 promised earlier this month, and they’ve also unveiled a version of the software dedicated to Nikon users, Capture One for Nikon, in the same vein as Capture One for Fujifilm and Capture One for Sony.
As well as being more affordable, Capture One for Nikon supports a complete list of cameras including the company’s latest DSLRs and mirrorless models. For each supported RAW profile, the Denmark-based Capture One team conducted extensive lab testing to “deliver a truly tailored profile, which ultimately provides the best post-processing experience.”
The updates—which are part of all versions—include the new clone brush, the improved healing brush, and the new before/after tool. There’s also an improved Lightroom Catalog Importer, which was not demoed during Capture One’s livestream event in early May. The tool now allows for the importing of files on a disconnected drive; files will be automatically imported once you connect the drive. In addition, when you import a Lightroom catalog, basic image adjustments and catalog structure are carried over, and a report is generated that lets you know about unsupported files.
The Capture One 20 update is free for existing users. The full version of the software (supporting all cameras) costs $299 for a perpetual license or $20 per month as a subscription plan. Capture One for Nikon is priced the same as the Sony-only and Fujifilm-only versions: $129 for a perpetual license or $10 per month.
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