- Mar 28, 2012
using On1.. it does most things I want, but still seems to have weird issues with default values on the colour profiles for my 80D for daylight/landscape. I seem to have to adjust differently too frequently, doesn't seem consistent even with template and it bugs me.. plus some gaps in noise reduction.. but othewise a decent product. I also have Affinity but rarely use due to the complexity, too steep a learning curve for me, but it has a key photoshop feature on merging many files which allows star trails and noise reduction on multiple still objects. I keep hearing about CaptureOne.. holy cow.. price 400 for the standalone perpetual.. egads. Is it really worth it?
Wow...where did you see Capture One for that much?
I see the full PRO perpetual license for $299 and right now they have a 25% off coupon code.
I just got it. I"m vasselating between On1 RAW and C1....I at least got C1 for tethering and live view of my cameras, but not sure if I'll convert fully to it for developing my RAW images or stick with On1 RAW.
I've never seen the problems you describe with On1....most of mine is from my 5D3 and currently experimenting with GFX100 new camera in the mix but so far, both applications seem to work pretty well.
Make sure you're not looking at the Capture One offering with the "styles" included that may be more $$, but IMHO those are pretty worthless as that it isn't anything you can do on your own.
If you have Fuji cameras, C1 does have the film profiles that come with the regular versions....no extra costs for those.