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micro Silver Member Nikonian since 30th Mar 2008Sun 13-Feb-11 07:27 PM
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just down loaded the new version view nx2,at least I think it is new,and I love it.the old version would not allow any work with jpegs.it's about time nikon.the straightening feature is absolutely great.things always look straight and level in my view finder but not when uploaded onto my computer.I'm usually off a little.this is great. Troy

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cliddell Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Oct 2006Wed 16-Feb-11 04:19 PM
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Pietermaritzburg, ZA
          

Hi Troy,

Yes, but I would recommend using RAW. Then it is like magic to tweak White Balance, Exposure Compensation and other settings which cannot be adjusted using JPEG.

Often I tweak batches of images to a good standard without having to even open CNX2. Of course when there are problem areas CNX2 is essential...

Regards,
Clive Liddell
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micro Silver Member Nikonian since 30th Mar 2008Sat 19-Feb-11 06:46 PM
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thanks Clive.I guess it's time to start practicing with raw files.I've been putting it off due to not wanting to deal with the learning curve.I'll just start shooting jpeg+raw so I can compare my finished product against the camera.I have a much better computer now so that should help and speed it up.my other computer froze up to often to even think about it. Troy

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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Sun 20-Feb-11 01:30 PM
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RAW+JPG sounds like a good way to start. You should notice a difference pretty quickly in terms of exposure control, White-balance, and especially sharpening!

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