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Capture One v. 10 and the M240


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#1 pcsmythe

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 15:47

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Hi, 

 

I decided to switch over to C1 from Lightroom this year. The changeover coincides with the purchase of a new M-D. In setting up the styles, etc., it seemed to me that the M240 profiles were too saturated. The DNG neutral seemed to be a better profile. Anyone else have the same experience? Any problems with the M240 profiles? 


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Posted 11 January 2017 - 16:08

I have exactly the same experience: using the 240' profiles I got too much saturation. Like you I'm using the neutral DNG profile as starting tool.

Note that I use C1 v.9, and given what you see, I will wait before to go to the version 10. Hoping that one day C1 will have some M-D specific profiles.


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Posted 11 January 2017 - 17:08

Yes me too, DNG neutral, perfect, with the M262 files

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 18:43

I also had the same problems - M240 profiles being too saturated.  I've been asking Phase One / C1 on their forum and with a product request for support of the MD / 262 since the release of the MD.  I raised the question again after the release of C1 10 and no support for the model.  There is more info on this here along with the reply I received from Phase One / C1 :

 

http://www.l-camera-...apture-one-pro/

 

After receiving a reply from C1, I contacted Leica to ask the same question.  Last week I received a reply from Leica.

 

"Your mail caused us to revise the capture one support of Leica cameras together with Phase One. We have started the dialogue to include more models, and I expect to see the integration of M (Typ 262) and M (Typ 246) pretty soon."

 

So fingers crossed we may see more M support in C1 very soon.


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 03:04

I also had the same problems - M240 profiles being too saturated.  I've been asking Phase One / C1 on their forum and with a product request for support of the MD / 262 since the release of the MD.  I raised the question again after the release of C1 10 and no support for the model.  There is more info on this here along with the reply I received from Phase One / C1 :
 
http://www.l-camera-...apture-one-pro/
 
After receiving a reply from C1, I contacted Leica to ask the same question.  Last week I received a reply from Leica.
 
"Your mail caused us to revise the capture one support of Leica cameras together with Phase One. We have started the dialogue to include more models, and I expect to see the integration of M (Typ 262) and M (Typ 246) pretty soon."
 
So fingers crossed we may see more M support in C1 very soon.


WOOT! My timing couldn't have been any better, could it?

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Posted 15 January 2017 - 20:09

Thanks, hopefully it will expand to theMM1 as well.
As well, lenses could be incorporated in this project. The list of lenses with a profile is very short.
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Posted 15 January 2017 - 20:59

Thanks, hopefully it will expand to theMM1 as well.
As well, lenses could be incorporated in this project. The list of lenses with a profile is very short.
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The MM1 is already supported in Capture One.  A full list can be found here:

 

https://www.phaseone...ed-Cameras.aspx

 

I've also been pushing for more lens profiles.


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