Phase One Port Covers

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We are proud to announce that the new (long awaited) rubber “Port Covers” for Phase One P and P+ will be ready to ship August 1st. 2008. The Port Cover can cover both FireWire, Multi connector and flash connector at the same time. The design makes it possible to eject either the FireWire side or the Multi connector side leaving it hanging only in the other connector. Thereby helping the … Read More →

Custom Function List: Phase One 645

The Phase One 645 Kit has a great set of Quick Cards; easily the 2nd best in the world (next to our own of course). These cards contain an list of the custom function sof the camera, but not a list of what each setting of the custom function represents. For that information you’ll want to download the following PDF: Phase One 645 Custom Function List. Also related: Phase One … Read More →

Backup Solutions for During and Before your Shoot

Capture Integration takes dozens of tech support calls a week. Lately we’ve received a lot of calls about backup options during a shoot. So by popular demand we have drafted a 2 page PDF entitled “Backups Before and During a Shoot to Prevent Downtime or Losing Photos“.

Apple Laptop Batteries

Disclaimer We are not chemists, electrical engineers, or any other form of battery experts. This post is a direct response to requests for information. We’ve researched the questions we most commonly receive about Apple Laptop Batteries and condensed the results into a short post. With that in mind, we lead with our sources, to encourage further research. This information is only applicable to Lithium Ion batteries used in all current … Read More →

License Key Activation

Owning a copy of Capture One Pro entitles you to using C1 on two computers.  With the release of Capture One 4.1, Phase One has simplified the system that tracks and manages your use of Capture One installations. You can deactivate a particular installation from within Capture One or manage the keys remotely using your Phase One Profile at phaseone.com. See the links below for various articles on Capture One … Read More →

Don't mess with the dot

Don't mess with the dot

Recently I had a call from a customer whom had a large number of RAW files disappear from his hard drive while renaming them. He was using a Phase One digital back, Capture One Pro and a Mac computer. My first thought was either the naming had taken place in the file browser or with another software package. However upon investigation, he had renamed the RAW file in Capture One. … Read More →

Canon 1Ds & 1Ds II Tethering in OSX 10.5 and 10.6

The Problem The most recent release of the mac operating system broke the ability to tether FireWire based dSLRs, most notably the Canon 1Ds II to Capture One Pro, but the fix is very easy. The reason for the problem is that Apple included a program associated with Apple’s photo program Aperture, which interferes with Capture One’s ability to connect to the camera. The Symptoms ALL 10.5.X and 10.6.X computers … Read More →

Canon 1Ds & 1Ds II Tethering in OSX 10.5 and 10.6

The Problem The most recent release of the mac operating system broke the ability to tether FireWire based dSLRs, most notably the Canon 1Ds II to Capture One Pro, but the fix is very easy. The reason for the problem is that Apple included a program associated with Apple’s photo program Aperture, which interferes with Capture One’s ability to connect to the camera. The Symptoms ALL 10.5.X and 10.6.X computers … Read More →

Capture One 4.1.1 Tips & Tricks

Who trains the trainers? At Capture Integration we are constantly working to improve our customer support. With the release of Capture One 4.1 and the Phase One 645 Camera we’re holding educational seminars (dates and locations here). But who trains the trainers? In advance of our Atlanta and High Point seminars our head of tech support, Tim Palmer, spent a week training with Jon Gilbert, from Phase One US Tech … Read More →

Shooting with Mamiya 645AFDII & P30+

Over the weekend I was shooting for an old client of mine.  We were shooting small products for their catalog and web.  We were cooking through the shoot when we came to a group of 10 products that were all similar shape, but different colors.  I had my assistant just quickly drop and I would shoot away.  I started quickly popping through them, but at the end of the 10 … Read More →