I argue first that perceptual content is predicative in format. This means that it has conceptual content. This conclusion has been contested, sometimes on grounds that perceptual content is analogue, or imagistic, in character, sometimes on grounds of how it is apprehended. I respond by showing first that the analogue character of perceptual content is misleading, and secondly by developing a notion of specifically perceptual grasp. I end by outlining one way perceptual content might be non-conceptual.