Capture Pilot is a professional photography app from Phase One that allows you to use your iOS device to remotely view, zoom, rate, tag, and pan high resolution images during a shoot. With the 'Camera Control' in-app purchase you can use an elegant, virtual camera display on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to remotely fire your camera and control the most important capture parameters.
Capture Pilot is perfect for working with clients in the studio and allows for an amazing collaboration between photographer and client. It is possible for clients to rate and tag images on an iOS device while having full control over zooming, panning, and reviewing of images.
With Camera Control you can operate your camera in a variety of scenarios that would have been difficult or impossible before. Interact with your subjects in new ways, control the camera when it is located in a difficult to access position, or even be part of the photo yourself.
The users say:
“Whether it is clients, make-up artists, wardrobe stylists or photographers, anyone that needs to keep an eye on what is being shot, Capture Pilot allows them to see every detail of what is being shot. What is most important is that it successfully engages the entire team in the photographic process."
- Daryn Labier, Blast Digital Studio
“In all, I’m extremely impressed with Phase One’s iOS application Capture Pilot.” “It enhances the creative process
in ways that you won’t be able to predict.”
- Mike Hagen, Nikonians
VIEW AND BROWSE
- Wirelessly view, zoom and pan high-resolution DSLR and medium format RAW, JPEG and TIFF images during a shoot.
- Unique and easy-to-use rating and tagging feature enables clients or staff in the studio or on remote locations to participate in the shoot and to provide instant feedback.
LIVE VIEW WITH PHASE ONE IQ250 and IQ3 50MP CAMERA SYSTEMS
- Work wirelessly with remote live viewing functionality with a Phase One IQ250 and IQ3 50MP camera system, turning your mobile device into an electronic viewfinder.
GEOTAGGING OF IMAGES WITH PHASE ONE IQ2 and IQ3 CAMERA SYSTEMS
- Record location data and geotag your images - either live while wirelessly connected, or later when connecting the camera to your mobile device after a shoot.
'CAMERA CONTROL' IN-APP PURCHASE
- Connect directly to a Phase One IQ2 or IQ3 series digital back to remotely fire and control your camera and check capture previews directly on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Free for Phase One Digital Back users.
- Connect your camera to a Mac or Windows computer running Capture One Pro and use your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to remotely fire and control your Canon, Nikon, Sony, Phase One, Leaf or Mamiya camera.
- Control your camera’s most important capture parameters on a virtual camera display: ISO sensitivity, exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, and exposure compensation.
Capture Pilot connects wirelessly to a Phase One IQ2 or IQ3 based camera systems.
Capture Pilot connects wirelessly to Capture One 8, Capture One 7, or Capture One Pro 6 for browsing Capture One servers, or for control of cameras tethered to Capture One.
You can download a trial version of Capture One from www.phaseone.com/downloads
For a complete list of cameras supported by the latest Capture One version, go to www.phaseone.com/supported-cameras
Capture Pilot can use the GPS unit in your device to access and record location data. Synchronization of the recorded location data with images can happen simultaneously when Capture Pilot is Wi-Fi connected to a Phase One camera system, or it can happen at a later time when the Capture Pilot connection is established at a later point in time. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life, therefore a “Turn Geo tagging Off” timer option is available in the Capture Pilot preferences.
Version 1.9 (Jun 04, 2015)
Phase One IQ3 support
Camera control in Live View
Version 1.8.1 (Jan 31, 2015)
- Fixed an issue with long lens names being truncated when viewed on iPhone
Version 1.8 (Dec 17, 2014)
- Display additional metadata under the histogram
- Rotate the camera control on iPhone devices
Version 1.7.1 (Nov 14, 2014)
* Fixed a bug with Liveview connected to a Phase One IQ250 based camera system
Version 1.7 (Nov 06, 2014)
* Live View functionality with Phase One IQ250 based camera systems
* Geo-tagging of images from Phase One IQ2xx based camera systems
* iOS 8 optimized interface
* Support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
* Bonjour based, smooth and direct Wi-Fi connect to Phase One IQ2xx camera systems
* Fixed a number of bugs to increase stability and productivity
* Discontinued support for iOS 6
Version 1.6 (May 26, 2014)
iOS 7 optimized interface
Refined camera control tool
Refined white balance picker
Fixed crash when connecting to Phase One IQ250 digital back
Fixed bug where the camera control panel was not available in thumbnails mode
Fixed bug with faulty auto-scrolling in thumbnail view.
Other bug fixes
Version 1.5.1 (Feb 06, 2014)
Improved compatibility with some firmware versions for the IQ2 series of digital backs from Phase One.
Version 1.5 (Jan 24, 2014)
Better iOS 7 support, new GPS feature and a few bugfixes.
Version 1.4 (Jun 13, 2013)
Camera control only mode.
Additional camera status and alerts.
Tapping arrows transition instantly without a swipe.
Bugfixes and improved performance.
Version 1.3 (May 21, 2013)
* White balance picker
* Camera Control: White balance menu
* Camera Control: Exposure compensation dial
* Preliminary Phase One IQ2 support
* Numerous improvements
* New icon
Version 1.2 (Jun 29, 2011)
Improved Server List
Version 1.1 (Feb 10, 2011)
1) Use rating and color tagging of images to help assist the selection and editing process. (requires Capture One
6.1 or newer)
2) Access Capture Pilot servers outside the local network. This allows users on remote locations to see and provide feedback on your images in Capture One with their iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch where Internet access is available.
3) Variant numbers and names in browser
4) Preferences to show names below the images in the browser
5) A number of minor enhancements and bugfixes
Version 1.0.1 (Jan 11, 2011)
1) Solved sporadic connection issue
2) Changed layout of server list