Nikon has released a new version of their NX-D imaging process software. The latest version (1.5.0) adds support for recently released cameras—most notably the Nikon mirrorless Z7 and Z6 systems.
As well, there are some new features in the program. The first is “Color Control Point,” which can be used to edit brightness and hue in specific parts of the image. There’s also a new “Diffraction Compensation” feature and imaging processing is supposedly faster and uses less memory.
Read more about the new NX-D software and download it, here.
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