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Nikon updates ViewNX to v1.0.3  
Wednesday, December 5, 2007 | by Rob Galbraith
Nikon has released ViewNX v1.0.3 for Mac and Windows.
 
The Nikon USA download page for the Mac version notes the following changes:
 
  • A thumbnail of the first frame of .MOV, .AVI, and MPEG-1 movie files recorded by Nikon digital cameras, or created with a Nikon application, is now displayed in Thumbnail Grid mode. In addition, an icon indicating that the file is a movie is displayed at the bottom of movie thumbnails.

  • Playback of .MOV, AVI, and MPEG-1 movie files recorded by Nikon digital cameras, or created with a Nikon application is now possible in the image view area.

  • New Folder, Delete, and Output (Convert Files…, Email…, Print…, SlideShow…) options have been added to the Thumbnail area context menu* in Thumbnail Grid and Image Viewer modes.

  • Delete, Output (Convert Files…, Email…, Print…), Next, and Previous options have been added to the Image View area context menu* in Image Viewer mode.

  • A Copy Camera Settings option has been added to the Camera Settings palette context menu*. This option copies camera settings to the computer’s clipboard.

  • Items in the Camera Settings tab of the Camera Settings palette have been rearranged for increased clarity. Camera Settings: File, Camera, Exposure, Flash, Image Settings, Picture Control, Optimize Image, GPS. However, as camera settings may differ depending upon the selected image file, all of the items listed above may not be displayed.

  • When multiple images are selected in the Thumbnail area of Thumbnail Grid mode, the total file size of all selected images is ndisplayed inow the status bar.

  • An Eject option has been added to the Folder palette context menu*

  • When the Folder palette is displayed, you can now use the TAB key to switch between the Folder palette and Thumbnail area.

  • Operation has been changed with multiple display systems so that Full Screen mode is now displayed on the primary monitor.

  • When image files with which IPTC information had been embedded using a third-party application, such as Adobe Photoshop CS3, were opened in ViewNX, ViewNX quit unexpectedly.This issue has been resolved.

  • Compensation to correct for loss of marginal lumination is now automatically applied to RAW images captured with the D3 and the following lenses.
    • - AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED
    • - AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f / 2.8D IF-ED
  • When camera settings for images captured with the PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D were displayed, “G” was sometimes displayed in the lens name despite the fact that this is a D-type lens. This issue has been resolved.

  • When Show file information was enabled (checked) for slideshows, image shutter speed and aperture settings were not displayed. This issue has been resolved.
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    The Nikon USA download page for the Windows version notes the following changes:
     
    1. A thumbnail of the first frame of .MOV, .AVI, .WMV, and MPEG-1 movie files recorded by Nikon digital cameras, or created with a Nikon application, is now displayed in Thumbnail Grid mode. In addition, an icon indicating that the file is a movie is displayed at the bottom of movie thumbnails.
    2. Playback of .MOV, AVI, WMV, and MPEG-1 movie files recorded by Nikon digital cameras, or created with a Nikon application is now possible in the image view area.
    3. When images are selected and drag and drop operation is performed holding right mouse button down, a menu displaying Copy Here, Move Here, and Cancel options is now displayed at the destination.
    4. Images displayed in Full Screen mode can now be moved to the Recycle Bin by pressing the DELETE key on the keyboard.
    5. New Folder, Delete, and Output (Convert Files…, Email…, Print…, SlideShow…) options have been added to the Thumbnail area context menu* in Thumbnail Grid and Image Viewer modes.
    6. Delete, Output (Convert Files…, Email…, Print…), Next, and Previous options have been added to the Image View area context menu* in Image Viewer mode.
    7. A Copy Camera Settings option has been added to the Camera Settings palette context menu*. This option copies camera settings to the computer’s clipboard.
    8. Items in the Camera Settings tab of the Camera Settings palette have been rearranged for increased clarity. Camera Settings: File, Camera, Exposure, Flash, Image Settings, Picture Control, Optimize Image, GPS. However, as camera settings may differ depending upon the selected image file, all of the items listed above may not be displayed.
    9. When multiple images are selected in the Thumbnail area of Thumbnail Grid mode, the total file size of all selected images is now displayed in the status bar.
    10. An Eject option has been added to the Folder palette context menu*.
    11. When the Folder palette is displayed, you can now use the TAB key to switch between the Folder palette and Thumbnail area.
    12. Operation has been changed with multiple display systems so that Full Screen mode is now displayed on the primary monitor.
    13. When image files with which IPTC information had been embedded using a third-party application, such as Adobe Photoshop CS3, were opened in ViewNX, ViewNX quit unexpectedly. This issue has been resolved.
    14. An issue that prevented proper installation of ViewNX to systems to which certain software had been installed has been resolved.
    15. When certain software was installed after ViewNX had been installed, ViewNX failed to start properly. This issue has been resolved.
    16. Compensation to correct for loss of marginal lumination is now automatically applied to RAW images captured with the D3 and the following lenses. -AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED -AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f / 2.8D IF-ED
    17. When camera settings for images captured with the PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D were displayed, “G” was sometimes displayed in the lens name despite the fact that this is a D-type lens. This issue has been resolved.

    ・ When Show file information was enabled (checked) for slideshows, image shutter speed and aperture settings were not displayed. This issue has been resolved.

     
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