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No M10-P support in Capture One 20

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Sadly for my M10-D it's the same problem.

Since Capture One 20 the photos have a strong green cast. It's so bad I can't correct it completely manually.

Capture One 12 was fine. I just started a support ticket with Capture One.

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And here's an example.

It's easy to tell. Left is C12, right is C20. Underexposed, but shows well what the problem with the M10-D and C20 is.

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That green cast is very bad. What a shame. I sincerely hope they will correct this.

Although I like C1 a lot, this is a big disadvantage. I submitted a ticket for M10-P support. The answer was that they cannot comment on "IF OR WHEN" the camera will be supported. It has been forwarded, but it could well be that the M10-P might never get support.

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Good news M10-P owners,

Since the CO 20.0.3 version, the M10-P is supported. It takes the M10 profile, which (as we already know) has the exact same sensor. Unfortunately, I had some issues after installing CO 20.0.3 on macOS 10.15.3. To everybody who didn't upgrade to Capture One 20.0.3 yet, please make sure you have made a back-up before.

 

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For the M10-D it sadly still doesn't seem to work.

In the meantime I found a different easy fix I also sent to the Capture One support. Just edit the EXIF of the M10-D files, so that it reads "I'm a M10 file".
Capture One 20 then suddenly behaves the same as version 12. The files look perfect and no oversaturation / green cast is apparant. Since it's such an easy fix, I hope Phase One implements it quickly.

Here's the terminal lines for anybody using Mac and the EXIF tool to edit the files:

1) cd into the folder of your M10-D files.
2) use this command "exiftool -Model='Leica M10' -overwrite_original L100*"
3) enjoy beautiful colors in C1.

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Did the green cast get fixed with the new update of C1 v20.0.4 (as of March 26)? They said the fix the color cast in V20.0.3. It was still there for me.

Reluctant to update since the last two Mac updates were kinda buggy. 

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Hi there,

just tested it and sadly: No, not at all. Photos taken with sun-light are almost correct. Photos taken with artifical light (LED or tungsten) are a total mess.
My workaround of just writing model M10 to the photos still works.

What a shame.

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On 1/28/2020 at 9:54 AM, Kamiel said:

I will do that too. I've heard that they physically need the camera to test it. If they cannot get hold of an M10-P, the wait continues.

I find it ridiculous that this running corporate fight between Phase One and Leica is still going on. It dates back to the DMR debacle and Leica being frustrated in their commercial interest in the company.

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Phase One is an odd company.  The files from its cameras/backs can't be opened in Adobe software.  (You have to open them in Capture One and then save them as a .tif.  Then open the .tif in Lightroom/Photoshop.)  So Phase One must have long list of enemies.  But it is only their customers that suffer; so why would they care?

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Even odder are the people who use capture one without a Phase One camera.

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Indeed. Never liked LR and i miss the time when my M8.2 was bundled with C1. 

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And a quick update. The last Capture One update finally fixed the Leica M10-D.

I no longer need to adjust the M10-D's files EXIF data to represent a usual Leica M10. No more color shifts etc. I'm finally a happy C1 customer again. 🙂 

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