Captura is an image capture and editing tool that allows players to manipulate and compose scenarios for screenshots.
To access it, go to your Warframe in arsenal, and click on appearance, the Captura option will be on the bottom of your screen.
The Menu allows the player to Tilt (/ ) the current scene, Ascend and Descend( , ) the camera along its vertical axis, and open the Advanced Menu( ).
The Advanced Menu gives the player the options of settings various aspects of the scene such as:
- Choose between at least 8 different filters that alter the atmosphere of the image.
- Change the Depth of Field to draw more focus to an element of the image.
- Extend the Field of View to show the entire landscape, or close in on an element for a portrait.
- Add graininess to the image.
- Increase the exposure to bring more light to the image, or decrease it to make it darker.
- Saturating the image will add more vibrancy to the colors, likewise, desaturating will set the image closer to gray-tone.
- Choose between 18 different scenes.
The player may also use features such as the 3 Light Setup.
Scenes allow the player to select an area in which to compose a new scenario for screenshots.
|Scene Name||Offered By|
|Corpus Ship Maintenance Scene||Unlocked by default|
|Grineer Galleon Cargo Scene||Unlocked by default|
|Infested Ship Hologram Scene||Unlocked by default|
|Amaryn's Retreat Scene||Flawless rank, 100,000 New Loka Standing|
|Arbiter's Tribunal Scene||Maxim rank, 100,000 Arbiters of Hexis Standing|
|Color Key||100,000 Cephalon Simaris Standing|
|Cressa's Garrison Scene||General rank, 100,000 Steel Meridian Standing|
|Ergo's Boardroom Scene||Partner Rank, 100,000 Perrin Sequence Standing|
|Lunaro Arena Scene||Typhoon rank, 100,000 Conclave Standing|
|Suda's Datascape Scene||Genius rank, 100,000 Cephalon Suda Standing|
|Teshin's Refuge Scene||Typhoon rank, 100,000 Conclave Standing|
|Veil's Binding Scene||Exalted rank, 100,000 Red Veil Standing|
|Grineer Forest Factory Scene||Forgotten (Rare) Crates on Earth|
|Grineer Forest Industry Scene||Forgotten (Rare) Crates on Earth|
|Grineer Forest Water Pump Scene||Forgotten (Rare) Crates on Earth|
|Hunhow's Datascape Scene||Genius rank, 100,000 Cephalon Suda Standing
(must have completed Octavia's Anthem quest)
|Harrow's Temple Scene||Exalted rank, 100,000 Red Veil Standing
(must have completed Chains of Harrow quest)
|Inaros Tomb Scene||Purchasable by Baro Ki'Teer for 175,000 + 325|
- In order to use features like Filters or DoF, the player must have Color Correction and Depth Of Field turned on in the game's options menu. As some players prefer to keep these options turned off for whatever reason, this forces the player to manually turn these options back on for each Captura session.
- The player is only allowed to spawn a maximum of 3 enemies in a session. This can be worked around slightly by spawning in units who themselves spawn in more enemies, such as Drahk Masters or Boilers.
- The lighting for the Color Key Scene is not even, and has many dark spots as well as lighting being pointed only one way in some cases. Turning up the brightness alleviates this issue, but only exacerbates the unnatural coloring of warframes in this mode (see bugs).
- You cannot hide chat at all while in Captura, so while you can take manual screenshots without HUD in settings (PC), this is not possible when recording the screen through video and the chat will still appear.
- With the addition to it being joinable by other players, the ability to pause the game, even when joining captura solo, has been disabled.
- You cannot do standing finishers on enemies in this mode in most cases, only finishers on knocked down enemies.
- After it was made so the player has a working arsenal console to change equipment and loadouts the lighting and textures completely changed, and most characters will appear brighter and washed out. A default mag for example will have the metal rings on her feet appear like a matte plastic, rather than a shiny metal.
- This is similar to the Simulacrum, where players will be coated in an oily texture, but while still remaining their "true" colors and textures as shown in actual missions.
- The pause menu camera is still linked to the player's Warframe/Operator. This can bee seen when centering the camera on the character and moving only right or left, and you will notice that the Warframe will not stay centered, as the camera slightly angles itself towards the Warframe.
- Selecting the Slow Motion option will slow down all movement, including pressing the escape button to show the HUD menu and going into the arsenal. This also will delay color changes you make to a weapon after leaving.