Capture One Pro 21 Now Supports Fujifilm GFX100 Pixel Shift Multi-Shot


Capture One 21 just released an update with support for Fujifilm Pixel Shift Multi-Shot DNG file types. You can purchase a copy here.

New File Support
Capture One 21 (14.0.2) supports the Fujifilm Pixel Shift Multi-Shot DNG file types released with the Fujifilm GFX 100 3.00 firmware update*, including support for Fujifilm Film Simulations.

*Tethering using Pixel Shift Multi-Shot is not supported.

Bug fixes Mac

  • Fixed an issue where negative values in Dehaze on a Layer would darken the image.
  • Fixed an issue where closing Live-View might crash Capture One.
  • Fixed an issue where the Dehaze Tool help links were broken.

Bug Fixes Windows

  • Fixed an issue where Next Capture Location had wrong descriptions.
  • Fixed an issue where Projects sometimes excluded images incorrectly.
  • Fixed an issue where images in Trash might get deleted when deleting their original destination folder.
  • Fixed an issue where adjustments would fail to copy and apply between images of different orientation if a Heal Layer was present.
  • Fixed an issue where the rating of a paired set of images (RAW + JPEG) would disappear if one of the variants was deleted.
  • Fixed an issue where the Style preview disappears when right-clicking a Style.
  • Fixed an issue where synchronizing a folder with auto-adjusting enabled would not start.
  • Fixed an issue where the Dehaze Tool help links were broken.

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