Capture One, the tethering software I use, just got an update to 8.3.3. Phase One made it a compatible with even more cameras and fixed a few bugs.

The big one with this update is the fact that Capture One Pro is now fully compatible with Windows 10 64-bit. Also, it now accepts and reads sRAW and mRAW files from the Canon 5DS and 5DSR. Furthermore, you can now use your Nikon D810A, Fuji XT-10 and Pentax K-3 II with the software.

It supports a few more lenses such as the Sony E-mount 30mm f/3-5 Macro and the Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8, amongst others. Finally, for bug fixes, the company has now repaired the Stitch with Photoshop script so that it runs with Photoshop CC 2015. That’s on Mac. On Windows, the a precision issue with Wacom tablets and with the camera settings tool have been taken care of.

The 8.3.3 update is nothing of impressive but just a nice little new version of the software that fixes bugs and add supports.

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Cheers,

Trista