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tflawlis Registered since 16th Nov 2010Thu 18-Nov-10 04:31 PM
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"D7000 Raw w/ CS4 (Photoshop and Bridge) Problem?"
Thu 18-Nov-10 04:33 PM by tflawlis

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Just got a new D7000 two days ago. Finally uploading my latest picts from the SD card... only to receive an error message stating the *.NEF format is not recognized.

I am successful with my D700 *.NEF files. And I've done the same with D90 *.NEF files. Anyone aware of a fix?

Thanks,
Frank

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ricphoto Registered since 29th Aug 2006Thu 18-Nov-10 04:42 PM
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#1. "RE: D7000 Raw w/ CS4 (Photoshop and Bridge) Problem?"
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You'll need to update your software

The D7000 files are being supported by the new (free) "Release Candidates" of PS and LR available at Adobe Labs...

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andesp Registered since 18th Nov 2010Thu 18-Nov-10 05:04 PM
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Hi Frank,
I have the same problem (with PhotoShop in CS3). It seems that we need the CameraRaw plugin 6.2, but this does only work with CS5.
I am searching for a solution without upgrade to CS5, but no results so far.

It is annoying.

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elec164 Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Jan 2009Thu 18-Nov-10 05:16 PM
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#3. "RE: D7000 Raw w/ CS4 (Photoshop and Bridge) Problem?"
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Unfortunately you are in a similar position I am. I have CNX and PS CS3 which never will be updated to support D7000 NEF’s. The problem is that Adobe has released ACR version 6 with CS5, and when they do that they usually will abandon updating prior versions of ACR to support new raw camera files. One option would be to download Adobe’s latest DNG converter.

Otherwise you need to upgrade your software version. I am trying to decide which route to go myself. Either upgrade to CNX2, LR3 or PS CS5. Upgrading to CNX2 would be my least expensive upgrade choice so I might favor that route.

The free View NX2 supposedly has limited editing capabilities and can work with the D7000 NEF's, but I have not loaded nor tried that route.

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