Capture One 11.1 update with many new features and support for all latest new mirrorless cameras

Phase One released Capture One 11.1 which adds many new features and support for all latest new mirrorless cameras

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Phase One Releases Capture One 11.1
Update Provides New Resource Hub, Expanded Camera Support and Improved Workflow

COPENHAGEN, Apr. 19, 2018 – Phase One, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end digital camera systems, today released Capture One 11.1, a service release to the industry’s premier RAW conversion and image editing software. The release enhances the Capture One user experience, through a new support platform and functionality updates to ensure a faster, smoother workflow. Improved Styles and presets workflow, support for 11 new cameras, including Sony A7 Mk III and Fuji X-H1 and 10 new lenses, including Tamron lenses for both Nikon and Canon, and an all-new Resource Hub are among the latest updates.

“Capture One remains dedicated to the needs of ambitious photographers. These latest updates introduce an extension to camera and lens support, as well as an all-new Resource Hub. The Resource Hub is an in-app portal that allows users to easily access news, tutorials, updates and much more – all designed to inspire photographers and ensure the best workflow and user experience in Capture One,” said Jan Hyldebrandt-Larsen, VP Software Business at Phase One.



A new workflow adds a much faster way to apply both Styles and Presets to a Layer on one or multiple images, offering a direct control of opacity, imperative to wedding and portrait photographers.
Furthermore, a new Spring Styles Pack is included, offering bright pastel color grading to images, particularly helpful to wedding, portrait and landscape photography.


The Resource Hub has been introduced to offer quick access to free learning resources via a dynamic on-screen portal. Tutorials, news, webinars, blog posts and much more are offered in one convenient location to improve the user experience and learning curve with Capture One.


The normalization tool provides a reference point for exposure and white balance for batch adjustments, now allowing any color to be used when previously the only option was a neutral grey.


The Capture One R&D team, alongside our color scientists, analyze hundreds of images from each camera to provide photographers access to the best out of box experience with natural profiles. Below outlines the new camera and lens additions that Capture One 11.1 supports. A full list of supported cameras can be found here:

New camera support includes:

  • Fujifilm X-H1
  • Leica M262
  • Leica CL
  • Leica X-U
  • Leica V-Lux Typ 114
  • Leica TL2
  • Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mk III
  • Olympus E-PL9
  • Panasonic G9
  • Panasonic GH5S
  • Sony A7 Mk III

New lens support includes:

  • Canon lens:o CanonEF24-105mmf/4LISIIUSM
  • Leica lenses:o Leica Elmarit M 2.8/90
    o Leica Summicron M 2/90
  • Sony lenses:o Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS (SEL18135)
    o Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS (SEL24105G)
  • Tamron lenses:o Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 A025
    o Tamron SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD F012
    o Tamron 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD A010
    o Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di MACRO 1:1 VC USD F017
    o Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD MACRO B016


Capture Pilot 2.0 adds camera control support for Sony, allowing users to change camera settings of the tethered camera directly from your iOS device.


Capture One 11.1 is available now for the Mac and Windows operating systems online at and from Phase One authorized partners worldwide

Capture One Pro (click here and use code “AMBMR” to get a 10% discount):
Owners of Capture One Pro 11 perpetual and subscribers can update for free by downloading. New customers can purchase Capture One Pro 11 for 299 USD or 279 EUR.
Owners of Capture One Pro 9 and 10 can upgrade for 119 USD/EUR

Canon & Nikon Full-frame Mirrorless Camera Predictions by Tony Northrup

Tony writes:

Rumors indicate that Canon and Nikon are planning full-frame mirrorless cameras to compete with the Sony a9, a7R III, and a7 III. If you want to go mirrorless, should you wait for those announcements (hopefully in 2018!) or sell your camera and switch now? We can’t perfectly predict the future, but we’ll do our best to give you some idea of what to expect in 2018.

Nikon patents a new smart in camera stabilization system (for future mirrorless?)

The folks at Nikoneye spotted a new Nikon patent describing a completely new kind of in camera image stabilization system. Instead of stabilizing the entire sensor Nikon plans to stabilize only the lens array on top of the sensor. Nikon writes:

The LF camera 100 of this embodiment is endowed with a VR (Vibration Reduction) function that suppresses influence of shaking (so-called “camera-shaking”) generated when image capture is performed while the camera is being held by hand. 

I guess the advantage of this is that you don’t have to move the entire sensor and maybe the image stabilization can work faster (lighter part to move) and in a more reliable way (sensor is always fixed and aligned).

As usual patent mean little. It may well be that Nikon will never use this tech. But at least it shows that they are trying to test some different approaches on the matter.

Canon has a major mirrorless event in mid May. Something big to be announced?

Our trusted sources told us that Canon invited them to a major event in mid May. This includes a flight and a stay in a luxury hotel. Canon told them this event is related to the mirrorless system and specifically to the Canon EOS-M50.

So here the facts do end. And the speculation goes wild for the following reasons:

  1. The sources told us many people were invited and many of them got a Canon invitation for the very first time! Quite an effort for an EOS-M50.
  2. Canon is creating such a big event to talk about a camera that was announced three months ago?

We have no reliable info yet but everyone here is thinking there must be more than just a 2 days talk about the EOS-M50. What if Canon will take the chance to finally announce a FF mirrorless? Just speculation for now but I hope to get some more info soon!