Skip to main content
Cameras

Nikon Adds Support for Intel Macs, Windows Vista to Capture NX

Nikon Adds Support for Intel Macs, Windows Vista, Nikon Adds Support for Intel Macs, Windows Vista to Capture NX

Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

January 16, 2007 – Nikon Inc. announced last week an update to their photo management software Capture NX beta with full support for Intel-based Macs and new editing tools. Nikon also announced compatibility with its D40 DSLR and the new Microsoft Windows Vista.

The Nikon D40, an entry-level model and the newest member of the Nikon DSLR family announced at CES last week, is the first digital camera with Windows Vista capability . Microsoft’s Windows Vista comes with an improved Photo Gallery, Group Shot tool, and a Dream Scene video desktop wallpaper. "Nikon is confident that the D40 will satisfy users of Windows Vista with superb image quality and enhanced functionality at a significant value," said Nikon Inc. director of marketing and planning Bo Kajiwara.

Nikon also updated the beta version of Capture NX to support Intel-based Mac OS X systems. Based on customer feedback, Capture NX adds 25 new editing tools, including batch processing and distortion correction. The photo management software boasts non-destructive editing and can support JPEG, TIFF, and Nikon RAW (NEF) files.

Nikon Capture NX retails for $149.95 for the full version and $89.98 for the upgrade.

Up next