New Capture One 20.1 and Nikon version

New features and tools in Capture One 20

New Heal & Clone Tools

  • New dedicated brushes for Heal and Clone will automatically create the correct layer when used
  • Fast workflow with automatic source-point generation
  • Limitless number of heal-zones per layer (previously only 1 p/layer)
  • Most flexible healing workflow of any RAW converter
  • Moveable source points, and transformable heal zones
  • Fast performance and high-quality rendering

New Before & After Tool

  • A new dedicated tool placed in the Toolbar with easy keyboard shortcuts
  • ‘Y’ will toggle before/after on and off
  • ‘Shift + Y’ will toggle between the two modes:
  • Full View and Split View Slider (draggable)
  • Fast performing and works on multiple photos in the viewer
  • Full View available in all products
  • The Split View Slider is not available in Capture One Express variations

New Lightroom Catalog Import

  • Improved Lightroom Importer with better descriptions
  • Allows import of ‘offline files’ (files located on disconnected storage devices).
  • Capture One automatically imports files once the correct hard drive has been plugged in
  • Provides a report after the import with information about unsupported files
  • Basic image adjustments and Catalog structure will be replicated in Capture One

Capture One for Nikon

Capture One continues to not only provide the best image editing software but to provide tailored options to suit as many users as possible. From free variants of Capture One Express to branded versions for Fujifilm and Sony, Capture One users have choice in product and to either own it outright or via subscription. The new Capture One for Nikon will bring all the power of Capture One to dedicated Nikon users at a reduced price point, including tailored profiles* for supported Nikon cameras.

Unlike other RAW processors, Capture One’s camera profiles are uniquely developed for each specific camera model, a process that requires the use of the camera in and out of a controlled lab in Copenhagen, where a team of specialists engage each new model in various scenarios. They then evaluate all the performance parameters such as color, sharpness, and noise across hundreds of images and uses that data to deliver a truly tailored profile, which ultimately provides the best post-processing experience. Capture One for Nikon, like the Pro version, brings this level of support for Nikon cameras, including their latest cameras like the Z6, Z7, and D6.

New camera and lens support 

Capture One provides users with the most accurate and powerful image editing available, and the wide-ranging support of cameras and lenses is a hallmark of the software. For enthusiasts and professionals alike, Capture One continually evolves to handle the newest cameras and lenses.

Capture One carefully evaluates and interprets each camera’s RAW formats, allowing Capture One to present images with the utmost fidelity, often bringing out nuances that other programs can’t even perceive.

Currently offering RAW support for all major camera brands, and profiling and image correction support for multiple lenses. As with the RAW file interpretation, Capture One carefully measures the optical characteristics of each supported lens and builds correction algorithms that compensate for the various optical imperfections of various designs. As a result, Capture One can correct for numerous common optical issues such as vignette, and chromatic aberration as needed for each of the supported lenses, providing you the best version of your image possible. And they are always adding support for the newest camera bodies and lenses.

New camera support:

  • Canon 250D
  • Canon PowerShot G5X Mark II
  • Canon PowerShot G7X Mark III
  • Nikon P950
  • Leica M10 Monochrom
  • Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III
  • Zeiss ZX1
  • Phase One iXH 150

New lens support:

  • Phase One XT -Rodenstock HR Digaron-W 50mm f/4
  • Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD
  • Fujifilm Fujinon XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR
  • Ricoh GR III (GR Lens 18.3mm f2.8)
  • Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II
  • Sony FE 20mm F1.8 G

For a complete list of supported cameras, please go to:

Pricing and Availability

The new update for Capture One 20 is now available and is a free update for all Capture One 20 customers.

For new customers Capture One is committed to providing customers a choice when it comes to how they acquire their software, so Capture One Pro 20 is available for purchase, or via subscription. The perpetual license for Capture One Pro 20 is available for $299, with upgrade pricing from previous versions starting at $159. Capture One for Nikon, Capture One (for Sony) and Capture One Pro Fujifilm are available for $129.