Nikon released new KeyMission 170 firmware and software updates (NX-D, ViewNX-i, Camera Control Pro, Picture Control Utility)


Nikon released a new firmware update for the KeyMission 170 camera ($396.95) and new updates for the different software packages:

  • KeyMission 170 Firmware Version 1.2
  • Capture NX-D Version 1.4.5
  • Camera Control Pro 2 Version 2.25.0
  • Picture Control Utility 2 Version 2.3.0
  • ViewNX-i Version 1.2.7
  • ViewNX-i & Capture NX-D Version 1.17.010

Additional information:

KeyMission 170 Firmware Version 1.2

  • Made improvements regarding an issue which resulted in connections between the camera and iOS 10.2-compatible versions of the SnapBridge 360/170 app becoming unstable.

Note: Users of iOS 10.2 will also need to upgrade the SnapBridge 360/170 app to the latest version, which supports iOS 10.2.

Capture NX-D Version 1.4.5

  • Added support for the D7500.
  • Added support for Picture Control > Auto.
  • Changed the Crop tool 11:7 crop to 10:7.
  • Improved thumbnail display quality for JPEG images that contain only small thumbnails.
  • Fixed the following issues:
    • White would print as light grey when Use this profile when printing was selected for Color Management > Printer Profile.
    • Capture NX-D would quit unexpectedly if the Retouch Brush tool was displayed in full-screen view.
  • Discontinued support for OS X 10.9.5.

Camera Control Pro 2 Version 2.25.0

  • Added support for the D7500.
  • Picture Control Utility 2 can now be launched from a Picture Control > Edit button in the Image Processing panel.
  • Discontinued support for OS X 10.9.

Picture Control Utility 2 Version 2.3.0

  • Added support for the D7500.
  • With the release of Camera Control Pro 2 version 2.25.0, Picture Control Utility 2 can now be launched using the Edit button next to Picture Control in the Camera Control Pro 2 Image Processing panel.

ViewNX-i Version 1.2.7

  • Added support for the D7500.
  • Added support for Picture Control > Auto.
  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Facebook login could not be used.
    • Images modified using Exposure compensation or White balance with On selected for Auto Red-Eye would sometimes not display correctly.
    • The Rename… option in the File menu could not be used to rename multiple files.
    • Photo info was lost when images were moved between folders.

ViewNX-i & Capture NX-D Version 1.17.010

  • See changes above
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  • Eric Calabros

    Does this new picture profile work with old nef files or its D7500 exclusive?

  • Henning

    Maybe the great Nikon software department can take over Nik Filters, since Google has lost all interest to continue that.

  • James Titanium-Chef

    When did CC2 stop being included with the higher-end Nikon cameras? Does it do anything significantly better than qdslrdashboard?

  • The_Incomparable_Douche

    Strange – no word on compatibility with Mac OS 10.2 Sierra.

    • Heitschmidt

      Seems to be working okay on 10.12.5.

      • The_Incomparable_Douche

        Is that so? I was unable to even install on 10.12.something. i should try again.

        • No problems with NX-D and ViewNX-i on 10.12.

          • The_Incomparable_Douche

            I finally managed to get the programs to install on my computer, but I had to “Show Package Contents” on each installer app and run the installer executable directly. Just double-clicking the installer apps did not work for me.

            • Then something is faulty on your system. I have downloaded the installers directly from the Nikon webpage and didn’t had any problems with it (never had any issues with them).

  • masterac

    They also need one for the 360.

    So the camera doesnt start at the slight touch of one of the buton…its a nightmare and when you are carrying it…you need to take off the battery just to be sure you will have some when you will need to film with it.

    I really hate the guy who approved of this.

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