Capture One 8.3.4 Supports Mac OS 10.11, Sony a7RII, a7SII


Capture One Update 8.3.4 adds support for Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan and Uncompressed Raw support for Sony a7RII and a7SII. This will also update Capture One Express for Sony and Capture One Pro for Sony.

OS Support

  • Mac OS X 10.11

    Camera Support:

  • File support: Sony a7RII (ILCE-­7RM2) Uncompressed Raw support
  • File and tethering support: Sony a7SII (ILCE-­7SM2) including Uncompressed Raw
  • File support: Sony RX1R II (DSC-­RX1RM2) preliminary support including Uncompressed RAW
  • Panasonic GX8 (revised)
  • EOS M3 (revised)
  • Leica Q (revised)
  • Pentax K3 II (revised) Pixel shift mode not supported

    Bug fixes

  • (Win) Fixed: Sync issue with Capture Pilot Geo tags and XMP
  • (Win) Fixed: Issue moving images with local adjustments
  • (Mac) OpenCL crash with Nvidia cards on OSX 10.11

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    3 thoughts on “Capture One 8.3.4 Supports Mac OS 10.11, Sony a7RII, a7SII”

    1. Pingback: Sony a7RII Uncompressed RAW File Size & Software Support

    2. Hello Brian

      Greetings. A big fan of your work. One question about this topic. Do you really think that Capture One is the best software to manage the library of photographs I have. So far I have been using Aperture and now Apple’s decision kind of irritates me… I have close to 45000 photos and am wondering whether to choose Lightroom or Capture one. What is your recommendation?

      Thanks, Kausthub

      1. I’m totally a Lightroom guy, but each has its strengths and you can find lots of very helpful posts and videos on the web explaining how to migrate your Aperture library to either.

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