Here I found an interesting article, where the author praise Capture One over Lightroom as a RAW converter. He wrote that the colours appear more natural and representative of the original scene. And that the images are sharper at the beginning, straight out of camera (without any adjustments).I always find straight out of the camera comparison kind of bias. Each software has its own default settings, some may apply more sharpening than other. Also Lightroom can use custom-profile to get accurate color.
See the article here: https://fstoppers.com/originals/lightroom-or-capture-one-which-raw-processor-best-24769
Has any of you similar experience?
I want to see comparison where expert in Lightroom and experts in other software working on the same photo from start to finish. Then comparing the final products to see which one is better.
While its true that you can tinker with images in the software to get what you like, its also a good point that some software renders a nicer image with default settings.
Of course, with a different camera model, the results might vary, so its again something that should be tried before buying. Phase One is said to do a super job with the high MP Nikon D8XX series.