Nikon KeyMission 360/170 utility version 1.0.3 released


Nikon released KeyMission 360/170 utility version 1.0.3. Changes from version 1.0.2 to 1.0.3:

  • Image files on the desktop or in other locations can now be copied into the KeyMission 360/170 Utility Folder list and Thumbnail list via drag and drop.
  • Discontinued support for OS X 10.9.5.
  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Changing the aspect ratio would cause the Current picture to flicker briefly.
    • Moving the progress bar slider in the Current picture while using the Add background track option in the edit menu would display a frame other than that selected with the slider.
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  • Ric of The LBC

    Take THAT Canon, Fuji, and Sony.

    • LOL.

    • CERO

      And Atheists!

      • Allan

        lol

        (I had to think about that one for a bit.)

  • bobgrant

    Yes, FINALLY! Whew, I was waiting for this! This is REALLY going to put a hurting on the Polaroid Cube. Any updates for the D70s?

  • New versions of Capture NX-D and ViewNX-i is available, too.

  • Sawyerspadre

    Wow

  • Bart

    Just trying to bring something positive in between of all these negative comments about Keymission…
    Could it be that this is Nikon’s first ‘serious’ step into trying to gain some more ground in the video part? Maybe they are planning to take video a lot more serious with the possible launch of the new mirrorless camera that is (hopefully) coming, which might have some great video features. Also if somethinglike snapbridge would actually properly work, it sounds like a great possibility to me to connect multiple devices all to one device (a smartphone), to control them all. I can imagine using this to capture one moment, for example at a wedding, from 2 different perspectives.

    • Nikon needs and must improve Video AF / LiveView AF (it’s basically the same) in the DSLR line-up which maybe they have started by releasing AF-P lenses with stepping motors inside. Canon has a strong major selling point regarding the Dual Pixel AF technology.

    • ITN

      You can have your primary camera trigger remote cameras at the same time by using WR-R10 (+WR-A10) radio transmitter/receiver units. This doesn’t require a smartphone and it actually works properly. Furthermore these same units can be used used to control flashes (the flash part works in the D5, D500 and D7500 so far; the triggering of remote cameras works on many older cameras as well).

      Ah, I now see you may have been referring to video. WR-R10 is for still photography.

  • Gerard Roulssen

    Hello …?

    Someone interested …?

    Anybody …?

    Hellooooo …?

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