Capture One announced version 15.3.0, which it claims brings new levels in efficiency, flexibility and mobility to a modern, collaborative workflow.

This update adds wireless tethering to Sony cameras, Magic Eraser tool and Cloud Transfer. It also prepares for Capture One for iPad, which will be launched later in the month. It also offers a variety of workflow and user enhancements. It includes Metal support for Intel Macs, a guide tour for new users to get acquainted fast, new Styles functionality and upgrades to Capture One Live. Capture One Live is described as more than just a tool for real time collaboration but also a post-shoot portal.

Update 15.3.0 includes Wireless tethering to Sony, save-to-card & computer when using Canon, the Magic Eraser redesign, cloud transfer from iPad and Crop Ratio per image, Rotation smoothness, Style Pack functionality, Guided tour, and Metal support for Intel.

Capture One has a complete list of updates. Below are the most important changes.

Wireless Tethering for Sony Cameras

Capture One 22 now allows photographers to tether multiple Sony cameras via wireless network. According to the company, tethered functionality works in the same way as USB tethering but offers a more dynamic shooting experience.

Capture One Wireless Tethering

Capture One supports wireless Tethering on the Sony Alpha 7R IV/IVa and Sony Alpha 1 as well as the Sony Alpha 7s III, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s II, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s II, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s II, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s IV, Sony Alpha 7s II, Sony Alpha 7C and Sony FX3, Sony ZV-10, and Sony Alpha 9 II.

Save to Card and Computer when Tethering (Canon).

Capture One allows Canon photographers to save images when tethering to their camera. Simply open the Camera Settings Tool, select save to card or computer, and then choose save to card, computer, both, or both. Capture One claims this is a more convenient backup option that allows users to view and review images directly on the camera’s screen.

Magic Eraser

Capture One 22 version 15.3.0 introduces a new Eraser tool that it claims offers similar functionality as the Magic Brush. Editors now have the ability to remove portions of masks that are on similar areas, such as the sky or skin.

New Tools

The Layers Tool and Cursor Tools both have the Magic Eraser. Editors have the option to link the Magic Brush or Magic Eraser settings. When linked, the Magic Brush will share the same settings as the Magic Eraser for Size, Opacity and Tolerance. Refine Edge and the state of “Sample Entire Photograph”

A Tool Panel Redesign

Capture One has updated its Tool Panel in order to make it easier and more predictable to browse the interface. It also aligns with Capture One’s iPad design.

Capture one New toolbar

The redesign adds new icons to all Tool Tabs, increases their size, adds labels beneath icons to show the name and type of the Tool Tab. It also reduces the number and arrangement of Tool Tabs. A three-dot icon makes customization options easy.

Capture One claims that it automatically creates backups of workspaces in the event of a change during an update. Previous workspaces can also be accessed via the customization menu.

Cloud Transfer

Capture One Pro users can now import Capture One Pro images from their iPad apps to the cloud. To use this feature, users will need to connect to the internet. The Cloud Transfer button can also be added to your main toolbar.

Support for New Cameras and Lenses

Capture One now supports the Canon M50 Mark II, R5C, Canon RF 24-240mm f/4 to6.3 IS USM and RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7 L IS USM. It also supports the Canon RF 800-mm f/5.6L IS USM and RF 1200mm f/8L IS USM lenses.

All users with perpetual or subscription licenses can now access the update.