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jennieashmore Registered since 30th Jun 2012Mon 25-Mar-13 08:56 PM
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"d5200 and cs5 raw"


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I just purchased D5200 and now Photoshop cs5 wont open nef or raw photos from D5200. I am told I must purchase or upgrade to Photoshop cs6. Is there a better way than spending the $200 upgrade?

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MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007Tue 26-Mar-13 04:07 AM
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Hi Jennie,

The D5200 requires Camera Raw 7.3 plug-in and CS5 only supports up to Camera Raw 6.7.

You can open the NEF files using Nikon View NX2 (Free) and save the image as a TIFF. Then adjust the TIFF in CS5.

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Sasquatch519 Registered since 26th Mar 2013Tue 26-Mar-13 04:06 PM
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I ran into a similar problem with a D5100 and an ancient copy of Photoshop CS3. I actually found the best solution for me was to buy Lightroom 4 for handling the RAW files. It was $120, so it's cheaper than the Photoshop upgrade.

  

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