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Nikon releases Nikon Capture version 3.5 and Nikon View 5.1.4 & 5.5 updates






Nikon releases Nikon Capture version 3.5 and Nikon View 5.1.4 & 5.5 updates - digital camera and photography news

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Europe download site for Nikon View - PC
Europe download site for Nikon View - Mac (available per Jan. 31, 2003)
Europe download site for Nikon Capture
USA dowload site - all products/versions

Notice: Nikon Capture 3 version 3.0.0 and Nikon View 5 version 5.1.3 must be installed on the computer before upgrade is possible.

Windows System Environment
Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
Microsoft Windows Me
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

Macintosh System Environment
Mac OS 9.0.4
Mac OS 9.1
Mac OS 9.2
Mac OS X 10.1.3 or later

Capture 3.5 changes and additions

RAW images taken with the D1x can now be opened at a size of ten megapixels (4,016 x 2,616 pixels).  D1x RAW images can also be opened at a size of six megapixels (3,008 x 1,960 pixels), as in earlier versions of Nikon Capture.
A Vignette Control function is now available to correct drops in marginal lumination in RAW images taken with D100 or D1-series cameras.
A Watch Point function has been added that allows R, G, B, and average values for selected points to be displayed in the Information palette.
Color Noise Reduction is now performed by means a slider.  Eleven levels (0–10) are supported.
A large preview 1,600 pixels on its longest side can now be embedded in images saved in NEF format.
Images can now be printed at the size specified in the Size/Resolution palette.
Images taken with a camera that supports Exif 2.2 can now be saved in Exif 2.2.
A histogram is now displayed in the progress dialog that appears when   photographs are captured directly to the computer hard disk.

Additonal for the Mac:
Mac OS X version 10.2 is now officially supported.
Monitor profiles can now be acquired from the System Preferences Display panel (Mac OS X) or Monitor Control Panel (Mac OS 9).
Camera control is now available with the D100 (requires version 2.0.0 of the D100 camera firmware).
January 31, 2003
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