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    Capture One 8 Confused

    I received the newsletter regarding Capture One 8 but it left me scratching my head. So there is a free version for Sony? Is it always free or is it a trial version? Secondly if I want the "purchase" version what does it cost? I couldn't find that anywhere. And is it an outright purchase or is it a subscription? And finally there are tutorials for it described in the newsletter but I couldn't find any links to them. Are the tutorials free or for purchase or what? Thanks.
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    Comments and suggestions welcome but please do not modify my photographs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitter View Post
    I received the newsletter regarding Capture One 8 but it left me scratching my head. So there is a free version for Sony? Is it always free or is it a trial version? Secondly if I want the "purchase" version what does it cost? I couldn't find that anywhere. And is it an outright purchase or is it a subscription? And finally there are tutorials for it described in the newsletter but I couldn't find any links to them. Are the tutorials free or for purchase or what? Thanks.
    I used the free version for several months before buying the "Pro" (for Sony) upgrade. I did not see any time (trial) limit associated with the free version but some features are turned off (local adjustments for example). Upgrading unlocked everything. As I recall, the for-Sony Pro version was around $50 (permanent license), a real steal considering the product quality.

    The product tutorials are freely accessible here.

    There is also a free webinar archive located here. Very well made.

    All in all a great product. Nice consistent and extensible interface. Efficient and fast with good output. Convenient cataloging options and superior color treatment potential. I would place this software a step above LR. Also less buggy than LR from my experience.

    Regards,

    Stef

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    Thank you Stef, answered all my questions.
    Comments and suggestions welcome but please do not modify my photographs

    Sony a6000 with 1.8 24mm Sony-Zeiss lens, Canon 7D with 400 5.6 and 580 EX II flash with Better Beamer

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