Capture One Pro 7 review: should Phase One’s new software have Adobe worried?

Capture One Pro 7 review: should Phase One's new software have Adobe worried?

Capture One Pro 7 Review – Final score

Capture One Pro 7 Review - Final score

Capture One Pro 7’s image  quality and new cataloguing tools give it real mass-market appeal, but its tethering features and price still push it towards the professional end of the market. It’s also pretty expensive compared to other tools.

Features: 4/5
Ease of use: 4/5
Results: 5/5
Value: 3/5

Final Score: 4/5

Capture One Pro 7 Specs

System     
PC: Dual-core processor, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8, 4Gb RAM, 10Gb hard 
disk space
Mac: Dual-core processor, OS X 10.6.8, 10.7.4 or 10.8, 4Gb RAM, 10Gb hard 
disk space
Tethered capture    Yes
Raw support     Built-in
Non-destructive
 editing    Yes
Localised 
adjustments    Yes
Lens corrections     Yes
Virtual copies    Yes
Preset styles    Yes

PAGE 1: What’s on offer in Capture One Pro 7
PAGE 2: Capture One Pro 7 Review – Editing highlights
PAGE 3: Capture One Pro 7 Review – A user-friendly system
PAGE 4: Capture One Pro 7 Review – getting to know the interface
PAGE 5: Capture One Pro 7 Review – Final score

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