New versions of Nikon ViewNX-i, NRW Codec and Picture Control Utility 2 released

Nikon released new versions of ViewNX-i, NRW Codec and Picture Control Utility 2 with added support for the latest cameras (Z7, D3500 and P1000):

Nikon ViewNX-i Version 1.3.0:

  • Added support for the Z 7, D3500, and COOLPIX P1000.
  • Added a Diffraction Compensation feature and updated Latest Picture Control for the Z 7.
  • Convert Files now shows the projected post-conversion file size.
  • Added support for movies over 4 GB in size.
  • Filter and sort operations can now be performed on pictures protected using ViewNX-i.
  • Web Service no longer supports Facebook.

Nikon NRW Codec Version 1.8.0:

  • Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Live Photo Gallery, and Windows Photo Viewer now display the previews embedded in NRW (RAW) images.
  • For information on supported cameras, see “System Requirements”, below.

Nikon Picture Control Utility 2 Version 2.4.0:

  • Added support for the Z 7.
  • Added support for “NP3” custom Picture Controls.
  • Made the following changes:
    • Changed the name of the Nikon 1 category in Product > Add Product to Mirrorless Cameras.
    • Except when the software is launched from Camera Control Pro 2, the Adjust Preview settings last in effect in Picture Control Utility 2 are now recalled when next you launch the software.
    • The Active D Lighting settings in effect when pictures were taken are now preserved in pictures imported using Change Preview Image.
    • Selecting Window > Reset Layout no longer resets the preview image.
    • The Share display last in effect is now recalled when next you launch the software.
    • The Date/Time Created sort option has been removed from List: Picture Controls.
    • Changes to Histogram are now visible only when Reflect Changes is enabled.
  • Ended support for OS X 10.10.5.

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