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Support for cameras other than Nikon/Canon

I just watched your video on tethered shooting and was disappointed that it was only for Nikon/Canon camera bodies. While I do use and shoot with Nikon gear (since the first “F”), I also shoot with Leica digital “M” bodies, Fuji, Panasonic, and many more cameras. I currently favor the Fuji X-Pr02 and find ON1’s support for this excellent camera and its lenses sadly lacking. The image files I get from this Fuji through Lr and other RAW file converters are at the very least equal to my Leica M or Nikon D800E images, and often surpass them.

I continue using Nikon pro bodies, but like many other pro shooters, have extensive collections of other camera system images spanning many terabytes of images stored. I understand your prioritization, but I also know many shooters who have moved from Nikon/Canon to the Fuji. They are covered in ON1 RAW for their previous files, but not so much for Fuji’s flagship body.

18 comments on “Support for cameras other than Nikon/Canon”

    1. On March 18, 2018 at 8:24 pm James Thornbery replied:

      Need full Sony Alpha series support; my model’s .ARW seem to work. In the interim, if your model’s ARW files do not, you could convert them to DNG files. If you are using uncompressed, non-lossy ARW files, the DNG files set to non-lossy are about half the size of the ARW files.

    2. On October 31, 2018 at 9:09 pm Art Taylor replied:

      Definitely add support for Sony Alpha cameras, particularly the A-65V and A-77M2.

  1. On February 25, 2018 at 4:29 pm Bruce wrote:

    Please add tethering capability for Fuji XT-2 as well.

  2. On February 26, 2018 at 6:43 am Patricia Duggan wrote:

    Disappointed to see that Fuji is not included in camera tethering. However, I do have faith that the tech team will solve this & Fuji is just around the corner of inclusion.

  3. On February 27, 2018 at 5:25 am newhopepictures wrote:

    Yes…I shoot with Fuji cameras from Xpro1 to XT2 and soon XH1 and possibly GFX series. The program needs to address Fujifilm products in the future since Raw capture is much better using this interface vs Adobe.

  4. On March 3, 2018 at 3:48 am Joao Neves wrote:

    Definitely! Guys, this is one of the few reasons why I cannot switch to On1 from lightroom+photoshop.
    1. Tethered shoot with my lovely fuji x-t2 camera
    2. Liquify tool like photoshop (once you’ve used this tool to work on portraits, life will never be the same again!
    3. Ability to organise my photos by using smart albums and collections of smart albums (albums in albums).

    So, please keep it up

  5. On March 16, 2018 at 3:26 am Paul Booth wrote:

    I have migrated from Nikon to Panasonic and am currently shooting with the GH5 and sometimes GX80 plus I have an Olympus body too. Would love the support for these brands.

  6. On June 7, 2018 at 6:03 pm Ray Brown wrote:

    Please add Pentax K-1. This is a true pro camera and the best in its class in many areas.

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