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« Reply #80 on: January 25, 2009, 10:45:31 AM »
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Thank you for your information, I never take the back from the body, but it makes sense.

How do you clean dirty contacts??

It would be a small victory to get the camera to back communication going.

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I have, on occasion, had the lens information omitted by the Mamiya AFD to Phase P45+ exif data. The cause was dirty contacts between the back and the camera. Hope this will help.
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« Reply #81 on: February 02, 2009, 10:18:48 AM »
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Be sure to check the release notes before you download and install.

For MAC, you need an Intel based OSX 10.5.5.

Very disappointing for us Power Mac G5 owners who are perfectly happy with their computer systems.

Not really. I run it fine on my PowerMac G5. Of course it is slower than V3, but it works, and they fixed the library font bug too.
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« Reply #82 on: February 03, 2009, 11:08:45 AM »
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Thank you for your information, I never take the back from the body, but it makes sense.

How do you clean dirty contacts??

It would be a small victory to get the camera to back communication going.

Thanks.


Go to Radio Shack and buy a contact cleaning PEN.  It is like a "Sharpie" but with a chemical behind it and you draw on the contacts.

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« Reply #83 on: February 03, 2009, 11:21:38 AM »
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Thank you for your information, I never take the back from the body, but it makes sense.

How do you clean dirty contacts??

It would be a small victory to get the camera to back communication going.

Thanks.


On all digital cameras, from the contax to the newest dslrs, you have to keep the contacts clean.  The lack of this results in more jams, down time and disconnects than any other single problem.

Take the batterys, lens, viewfidners backs and polish the contacts like you were polishing a diamond and if you do this before every production, it's doubtful you will have any issues.

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« Reply #84 on: February 04, 2009, 09:08:47 AM »
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A quick note:  4.6.1 has been released and I do *NOT* recommend you install it on an 8-core Mac Pro!  Apparently there are some issues cropping up in that configuration.  For me, the program hung endlessly or failed to render an image preview, or simply crashed.  I ended up doing a complete uninstall of 4.6.1, and reverted to 4.6.

On the upside, I can confirm it does a superior job rendering P65+ files than 4.6 did, but it isn't stable enough yet to rely on.

FWIW,
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« Reply #85 on: February 04, 2009, 10:18:21 AM »
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Yes! did I find that out last night working on 4.6.1 on my dual quad mac.  crash after crash.  jack do you have any idea when this version will be stabilized.  Right now it is unusable.  Thanks, Eleanor

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A quick note:  4.6.1 has been released and I do *NOT* recommend you install it on an 8-core Mac Pro!  Apparently there are some issues cropping up in that configuration.  For me, the program hung endlessly or failed to render an image preview, or simply crashed.  I ended up doing a complete uninstall of 4.6.1, and reverted to 4.6.

On the upside, I can confirm it does a superior job rendering P65+ files than 4.6 did, but it isn't stable enough yet to rely on.

FWIW,
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« Reply #86 on: February 04, 2009, 10:31:27 AM »
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Yes! did I find that out last night working on 4.6.1 on my dual quad mac.  crash after crash.  jack do you have any idea when this version will be stabilized.  Right now it is unusable.  Thanks, Eleanor

I am told they "rushed" 4.6.1 out the door due to improved IQ rendering for the P65+ and wanted it available to the users that are getting their P65+'s delivered right now.  Unfortunately they obviously rushed it out with not enough testing... (Hard to believe they don't have at least one 8-core Mac Pro laying around the tech room at Phase One corporate...) Anyway, from what I've heard, they *hope* to have a more stable 4.6.2 released in the next two weeks, but I'm not holding my breath...  The good news is that 4.6 is *reasonably* stable (not perfectly though) and works superbly well on P45+ and under files, and 4.6.1 didn't really add anything for those backs.  And FWIW to P65+ users, 4.6 does work on P65+ files, but in some instances can impart/render small artifacts in a P65+ file that 4.6.1 does not.
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« Reply #87 on: February 04, 2009, 10:54:16 AM »
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I am told they "rushed" 4.6.1 out the door due to improved IQ rendering for the P65+ and wanted it available to the users that are getting their P65+'s delivered right now.  Unfortunately they obviously rushed it out with not enough testing.  From what I've heard, they *hope* to have a more stable 4.6.2 released in the next two weeks, but I'm not holding my breath...  The good news is that 4.6 is *reasonably* stable (not perfectly though) and works superbly well on P45+ and under files, and 4.6.1 didn't really add anything there.  And FWIW to P65+ users, 4.6 does work on P65+ files, but in some instances can impart/render small artifacts in a P65+ file that 4.6.1 does not.

Three comments:

First we note this on our blog at http://www.captureintegration.com/2009/02/03/c1-461/. We work hard to keep our customers informed (to the best of our ability) when there is a situation like this. 4.6 is our recommendation right now. We will update that post within a few days of 4.6.2 being released.

Second, no software is 100% stable but 4.6 (when installed properly and used on an Intel, per the release notes) is darn darn good.

Third: just to avoid any confusion, the P65+ processing improvements do not change the raw file at all. That is, the P65+ files already look very good in 4.6, and look great in 4.6.1 and I'm sure will look even better in 4.6.2+. This is one of the great advantages of using a raw convertor from the manufacturer. Adobe will take a look a specific camera model raw-conversion tweaks a few times which is natural given the incredibly broad range of cameras it deals with and the wide-range of non-conversion tools they develop. Phase takes a more focused approach to which cameras and tools to work on, and is constantly tweak and improve the conversion. At no time however is your raw file changed, so you can go back to H25 raw files first captured many years ago in 3.5.X and reprocess them in 4.6.X and you'll get even more out of the files! Many LR to C1 converts will tell you it simply handles the files better, especially for Phase/Leica/Canon.

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« Reply #88 on: February 04, 2009, 11:05:22 AM »
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Hi,
Is there a manual for Capture One that can be downloaded, I am pretty sure there is one, just am unable to locate it.
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Kevin
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« Reply #89 on: February 04, 2009, 11:22:03 AM »
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Hi,
Is there a manual for Capture One that can be downloaded, I am pretty sure there is one, just am unable to locate it.
Many Thanks
Kevin

If you're asking about the current release (4.6x) look here:

http://www.phaseone.com/Content/Downloads/CO4.aspx

Paul
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« Reply #90 on: February 05, 2009, 11:04:26 AM »
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If you're asking about the current release (4.6x) look here:

http://www.phaseone.com/Content/Downloads/CO4.aspx

Paul

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