Nikon View NX 2.0.3 and Camera Control Pro 2.8.0 released

Today Nikon released View NX version 2.0.3 (they skipped  v. 2.0.2): Mac link | Windows link.

There is also a new version of Camera Control Pro (2.8.0): Mac Link | Windows link.

What's new:

Modifications enabled with Ver. 2.0.3
- When the White Balance setting in the Adjustments palette was changed for NRW (RAW) photos taken at an ISO sensitivity setting of Hi 1 with the COOLPIX P7000, the entire photo took on a magenta cast. This issue has been resolved.
- In some rare circumstances, the correct hues were not displayed when a third-party (not Nikon) monitor profile was used. This issue has been resolved.
- An issue that prevented exporting a project from Nikon Movie Editor as a movie file when Use background music on the Audio tab is checked has been resolved.
- An issue that prevented ViewNX 2 from starting correctly under the Danish version of Windows XP has been resolved.

Modifications enabled with Ver. 2.0.2
- Support for the D7000 has been added.
- Information regarding flash displayed in the Flash portion of the Metadata palette has been modified.
- The flash compensation value display method has been modified for photos taken with the D3100 and D7000.
(Total compensation value — camera + optional Speedlight — is now displayed.)
- Zoom Position, Illumination Pattern, Nikon Diffusion Dome and FV Lock have been added to the Flash portion of the Metadata palette for photos taken with the D3100 and D7000.
- D-Movie sizes of 640 × 424 and 320 × 216 have been added to export sizes for movies created using Nikon Movie Editor.
- An issue that prevented the display of information in the Metadata palette for photos taken in scene auto selector mode with the D3100 has been resolved.
- An issue that prevented operation of slide transition effects for slideshows has been resolved.

Changes in Camera Control Pro (2.8.0):
- Support for Mac OS X version 10.6.4 has been added.
- Support for Nikon Message Center 2 has been added.
- The viewer built into Camera Control Pro 2 has been eliminated. Use ViewNX 2 to view images.
- Keyboard shortcuts can now be assigned to Shoot and AF and Shoot button functions.
- When the Show images captured by Camera Control Pro 2 option in the ViewNX 2 File menu is checked, photos taken using Camera Control Pro 2 are displayed in ViewNX 2 as they are taken.
- Support for the D7000 has been added.
- Movies can now be recorded with the D7000. Movies are recorded to the memory card inserted in the camera. Movie files can then be downloaded to the computer after recording.
- When shooting with the D3S or D7000, images can now be recorded only to the memory card inserted in the camera.
- Support for the D1, D1H and D1X cameras has been terminated.

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