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Nikon Releases Updates for Capture NX, Camera Control Pro

Nikon has released new updates for its imaging software Capture NX and its dSLR remote control software, Camera Control Pro.To get a complete list of changes head over to the Nikon website:

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Nikon has released new updates for its imaging software Capture NX and its dSLR remote control software, Camera Control Pro.To get a complete list of changes head over to the Nikon website:

Capture NX v1.3.2

Support for RAW images captured with the D60 has been added.

 

When Exposure Compensation was adjusted from Base Adjustments > Exposure Compensation while Picture Control settings were  applied from Base Adjustments > Camera Adjustments > Picture Control, the sharpening effect was cancelled. This issue has been resolved

When images captured with the D1 and an AI Fisheye Nikkor 16mm f/2.8D lens, 'Fisheye Lens' could not be selected from Base Adjustments> Lens Adjustments. This issue has been resolved.

Capture NX 1.32 updater for Mac (Nikon USA)

Capture NX 1.32 updater for Windows (Nikon USA)

Camera Control Pro v2.1.0

Support for the D60 has been added.

 

[Mac version only] Support for Mac OS X 10.5.x (Leopard) has been added.

Response is faster when thumbnails are selected in the Viewer.

[Mac version only] When time lapse photography was in progress under Mac OS X 10.3.9, there was no response to Viewer   operations until thee Lapse dialog was closed. This issue has been resolved.

  

When a D40 or D40X with a PC-E Nikkor 24mm f/3.5D ED lens was connected, the lens name displayed in the 'Mechanical' tab indicated that it was an AF-S 24mm f/3.5D lens. This issue has been resolved

Camera Control Pro v2.1.0 updater for Mac (Nikon USA)

Camera Control Pro v2.1.0 updater for Windows (Nikon USA)

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