Adobe Lightroom has had a number of issues with OSX 10.5 as well, including inability toswitch between the various workflow modules and importing images from the camera.They issued an upgrade (1.3) which addresses most of this just last week. But Apple wasissuing SDKs to software manufacturers months and months ago. It makes you wonderwhy it took so long. I guess the policy at Nikon, like Adobe, is to sit on your hands andsee if a problem develops with a new OS release, instead of being more pro-active andhaving something ready to go.Happy Thanksgiving to all! 'But Apple was issuing SDKs to software manufacturers months and months ago. It makesyou wonder why it took so long. I guess the policy at Nikon, like Adobe, is to sit on yourhands and see if a problem develops with a new OS release, instead of being more pro-active and having something ready to go.'
I used to work for a software company (business manager, not a software engineer) and itis not unusual for last minute changes to cause problems. Nikon and Adobe may have hadSDKs months ago, but until Apple finalizes the OS 3rd party developers can't guess whatfinal tweaks may or may not affect their particular product.Agreed, it shouldn't take months for updates to appear, but the 3rd party vendors do needtime to finalize and then test their product before releasing it. As I said above, it must bean Apple thing that users expect they can install a new OS and have not have theirprograms be affected. Perhaps it is because historically, the vendors that supported Applewere few and there was closer communication between them and Apple resulting inspeedier updates to existing products. Just a guess.BTW, I do not mean to be critical of anyone.
I am just making an observation.Also, Happy Thanksgiving! I installed NX 1.3 last night as an upgrade. The install process was weird, with apparentlymany steps that are supposed to run sequentially actually running in parallel. Dialog boxeswere popping up for later stages of the install when earlier stages were still running.However, at the end of it all, NX runs fine and opens my D2x raw files with no problems.I'm running OS X 10.5.1. For the record, I waited a few weeks to upgrade from Tiger, untilLightroom and ImagePrint were updated for Leopard. I've been running Leopard for abouta week now with absolutely no problems. Note that I don't print at all from Lightroom orCS3; I hear that printing is the source of much agony.
With it you can control DSLR cameras using a USB connection also known as tethered shooting.digiCamControl supports most Nikon DSLR cameras as well as cameras from several other manufacturers.If you are all new to digiCamControl you might want to look at these sections of the manual:.You can also browse through the table of contents on the right or use the.The manual is, but please notice that the PDF manual might not contain the latest updates. This is the user manual for digiCamControl - a free, open source, Windows application. Digicamcontrol application.
ImagePrint 7 is Leopard compatibleand prints beautifully - as always.
When I bought my Nikon D300, I got a free copy op Capture NX (v1.3.0). After installing, the application reminded me to update. There were a couple of new versions available (current version is 1.3.3). This is were the quest began. The Nikon Update application kept crashing on me. 50MB downloa. Nikon Capture NX is a full-scale digital-image processing and editing software application for digital photographers, descended from Nikon Capture. Nikon Capture NX 2 for Mac.