Capture One For iPad Tethering Announced Plus Auto Fujifilm Film Simulation Support Added

Capture One for iPad 1.1.0 was released the other day on the appstore with support for wired and wireless tethering. According to what I can find online, support for this feature should be identical to the computer, so if you can tether your camera to the computer, you can tether it to the iPad. Supported Fujifilm cameras can only be utilized with a wire connection using the apple camera adapter at this time.

Capture One also added full support for film simulations in this update, so you can have your camera-selected film simulation automatically applied to your RAW files on import.

What’s New
Version 1.1.0

  • You can now shoot tethered directly via USB cable or Wi-Fi
  • Remotely trigger a capture from your iPad with our first shutter button iteration
  • Automatically apply the same adjustments to all tethered photos by enabling the “Next Capture Adjustments” toggle
  • Change the Fujifilm simulation of your Fujifilm RAW files from the dedicated tool
  • Export Originals and TIFF files
  • Use Auto Adjust to quickly edit your images
  • Change the Wheel and “Quick Edit” sliding directions in the app’s Gestures & Shortcuts section within the Settings page
  • Get tips on how to use the gesture interactions with our new Onboarding view
  • Other bug fixes and improvements

Capture One For iPad: Appstore
iPad Pro: B&H Photo / Amazon
Apple Camera Adapter: B&H Photo / Amazon
Capture One Pro 22:
 B&H Photo / Amazon

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