Nikon ViewNX 2.7.1 released


Nikon released ViewNX 2.7.1 with support for the Nikon D5200 J3 and S1 cameras. All download options can be found on Nikon USA support site. List of modifications enabled with version 2.7.1 (for both the Windows and Macintosh versions):

  • Support for the D5200, and Nikon 1 models J3 and S1 has been added.
  • The following issues with movies recorded using the Nikon 1 V2 with White Balance set to Underwater have been resolved:
    • Thumbnails for movies transferred with Nikon Transfer 2 using a card reader are not displayed in the thumbnail list area.
    • When Metadata is selected from the Edit palette, information other than that in File Info 1 is displayed.
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  • Big_Boi

    oh joy joy… is the interface of this program new or is it the same ole’ plain Jane 😐

  • alvix

    ehm..the second you mentioned… 🙂

  • Still waiting on CNX3 from Google and actual new interface

  • gsum

    VeiwNX is hopeless – why not just use Windows Explorer or the excellent and free Irfanview?

    What’s really needed are a few vital enhancements to Capture NX2 e.g. canvas sizing and a proper clone tool so that Photo$hop CS can be dumped in its rightful resting place – the bin.

    • DeathK

      Converting RAW files to TIF for editing in other programs.

  • anon

    my capture nx2 freezes constantly when cropping d800 images. it’s every image and every time. makes no sense… that process shouldn’t all that intensive, i wouldn’t think but perhaps it’s a memory leak problem combined with hitting the maximum mem assignment of 32bit apps.. i’m talking a 45 second delay. my comp isn’t that bad. core2 guad 6600 overclocked, 4gb ram, win7 64bit.

    Also View NX2 crashes constantly too.. windows crash report just while navigating through folders.. I’m sure this is a memory leak. View NX2 shouldn’t not ever be taking 1+ gb ram. even if they are loading and storing thumbnails. the generated thumbs should be tiny compared to original images. I was going to build a new powerhouse computer with i7 extreme, 32 gb ram, but i’m not sure a new computer will even fix these issues.

    I really like using nikons software better than PS as i think it’s easy and quick to use and i don’t do a whole lot of extreme post… so that combined with nik filters is great, but if they can’t correct their stupid problems. i’m going to have to switch to lightroom and ps… someone mentioned the cloning tool. totally agreed. it picks a terrible source about 60% of the time.

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