Nikon Capture 2.2.5 is available for download !

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Nikon Capture 2.2.5 is available for download !

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Click on the underneath screenshot to open the link to the English download page.
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To find the download in your native language, go to the nikon website of your country through http://imaging.nikon.com/products/imagi ... /index.htm /section "services and support/Support and downloads/ Capture NX v2.2.5

I really hope everybody is happy with this version...

From the Nikon.uk windows NX v2.2.5 download page:
About this software
This software will update a previously installed full version of Capture NX v2.2.0 - v2.2.4 to v2.2.5. When using the software as an updater, it may be necessary to enter the product key again to confirm ownership of a previous version of the software.


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Changes in this version
- Support for RAW images captured with the D3100 has been added.
- Information for lenses used with the Auto Distortion correction function under Camera & Lens Corrections in the Develop section of the Edit List has been updated.
- An issue that prevented smooth display of graduations when certain RAW images were opened has been resolved (however this issue may remain in some images)
- An issue that caused certain RAW images to be displayed too brightly with Capture NX 2 Ver. 2.2.0–2.2.4 has been resolved.
- When the Image Dust Off function under Camera & Lens Corrections in the Develop section of the Edit List was applied, block noise was generated in some very rare cases. This issue has been resolved.

The following changes to Picture Control Utility specifications have also been made as listed below.
- A Preferences button has been added.
- In the situations listed below the D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 picture controls (and custom Picture Controls created from these) are not displayed under Stored Picture Controls.
- When a RAW image captured with the D3100 or another Nikon digital-SLR camera that does not support Picture Controls is selected as the sample image.
- When 'Always use the latest Color Reproduction Process' is selected in the Picture Control Utility preferences dialogue box.
- Some specifications for Picture Control under Camera Settings in the Develop section of the Edit List have been modified. In the following situations, Contrast and Brightness can now be adjusted for RAW images captured with Active D-Lighting enabled.
- RAW images captured with the D3100 or D60
- When 'Always use the latest Color Reproduction Process' is selected in the Picture Control Utility preferences dialogue box.
- In the situations listed below the D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 picture controls (and custom Picture Controls created from these) are not displayed in the Picture Control pull-down menu.
- For RAW images captured with the D3100 or another Nikon digital-SLR camera that does not support Picture Controls.
- For NRW-format RAW images.
- When 'Always use the latest Color Reproduction Process' is selected in the Picture Control Utility preferences dialogue box.
- When 'Always use the latest Color Reproduction Process' is selected in the Picture Control Utility preferences dialogue box and the following images are opened, a message will be displayed and the images will be opened with the Standard Picture Control applied.
- RAW images captured with the in-camera Picture Control function set to D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 (or custom Picture Controls created from these)
- RAW images captured with a Nikon digital-SLR camera that does not support Picture Control to which the D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 picture controls (and custom Picture Controls created from these) has been applied and the images saved in NEF format using Capture NX 2 Ver. 2.2.4 or earlier.
- RAW images, for which D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 Picture Controls (and custom Picture Controls created from these) has been selected from the Picture Control pull-down menu with 'Use the Color Reproduction Process applied in camera' selected in the Picture Control Utility preferences dialog, saved in NEF format.

* Please note that for images captured with the COOLPIX P6000 saved in NRW format with D2XMODE1, D2XMODE2 and D2XMODE3 picture controls (and custom Picture Controls created from these) applied with 'Use the Color Reproduction Process applied in camera' selected, a message will be displayed and the images will be opened with the Standard Picture Control applied.

For further information regarding new features, click here to download the pdf file. Adobe’s Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer to view this file.


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Install Notes
- It is not recommended to install both Nikon Capture and Capture NX on the same computer as this may cause unexpected issues to occur.
- You must have Administrator authority when installing this software.
- Internet connection is required to activate the trial version of this software.
- Exit all other applications that may be running, and turn off all virus-checking software before proceeding with this upgrade.
- Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework is required and should automatically download and install if not already present on your computer.
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Stany
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Re: Nikon Capture 2.2.5 is available for download !

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Tried it with some NEF files and selection point tool and it runs flawless and stable like my v2.2.4 and former versions did. One on a PC with Win7-64bit and one under XP home-32bit. :D

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