Weekly Nikon news flash #595

Skylum published a sneak peek of the next version of their Sky Replacement Tool that will be part of the new Skylum Luminar AI software (get $10 off with code NIKONRUMORS).

→ The new Nikon NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S lens will be released on October 30.

→ The Nikon Z5 and 24-200mm lens combo will be released on October 30.

→ A reader sent me this DxO 50mm full-frame mirrorless lens comparison.

→ By entering the Nikon sponsored Photo London Photo Competition, you give your copyright to Nikon and a high street fashion brand for free.

New version v1.7 of Nikon CCD color mode IIIa/Ia preset for Nikon cameras has been released (preset for free software Nikon Capture NX-D v1.6.3 and later). Changes in version 1.7 compared to version 1.5 (instructions for install and examples of the work preset can be found here):

  • Completely redesigned and improved color profiles CCD color mode IIIa and mode Ia for all Nikon CMOS cameras: for maximum protection of skin tones from the so-called “powder”, dirty color, unpleasant wax coating and general grayness
  • Disabled changing individual colors through the chroma curve due to the lack of universality of this approach
  • Added support for Nikon Z-series cameras

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