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By Basti HansenHey Guys! I’m new to this forum since I got my Q2 today :) I imported DNGs to Capture One 20 and the colors are completely off - way way over saturated and shifting towards magenta right after import with no adjustments applied.
In Lightroom the colors I see represent what I see in camera. What’s the reason for that? I read that capture one 20 deals with native DNGs just fine. Is there a fix for it? A setting I’m not seeing etc?
By pkleinCapture One 20 does not appear to support the M 10-P (or -D). My guess now is that they never will. I twice asked their tech support about supporting the M10-P. the response always was that they would “put it on the request list.” But It’s their policy not to tell users anything about upcoming features or camera support.
I have been using the Generic DNG profile. This works, but has several annoying inconveniences. Has anyone created an M10-P profile that works better than the Generic?
I’m also now forced to consider switching to another Raw processor. I have happily used Capture One for 12 years. But if they are not going to support my camera, why should I pay for upgrades? What are good alternatives? Other than anything by Adobe – I refuse to have my work held hostage to my paying a rental fee every month for the rest of my life.
By jc1Let me starts the ball rolling.
Download link: < https://www.dropbox.com/s/xcyz9yotsslivxo/LeicaT-Generic-Std.icm?dl=0 >
Where are icc stored in C1
For Windows, C1 recognizes all icc files stored in the following folders. Adhere to correct icc naming convention to avoid confusion. For Mac, the icc file is with default file extension .icc. They can be renamed and used interchangeably.
1. C:\Users\JC\AppData\Local\CaptureOne\Color Profiles (hidden folder, for long-term custom icc storage)
2. C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color (for testing, temporary custom icc storage)
3. C1 system installed folder, Not recommend
Leica T exposure with lens TL-23 and with Filmtype Standard
To minimize highlight clipping, I always set the exposure compensation at -2/3 stop. I wonder if this is the practice with Leica T.
With C1, for minor exposure adjustment, I prefer to use a tone curve. For simplicity, use the above custom icc instead of C1 Generic icc.
Note that tone curve adjustment does not modify the raw exposure. For this custom icc, only the tone curve in C1 Generic icc was changed.
😊 Your suggestions are most welcome.