I shoot with a D7000 camera and always upload images into VNx2 by plugging the SD card into a reader. That's how Thom Hogan recommends doing it.
Today I was playing with various Metering modes in our flower garden. I then reviewed the images on VNx2 on my computer. An image taken a few weeks back using strobe had the flash settings recorded with an SB600 strobe. I use only an SB 700 or 800.
Sun 09-Sep-12 06:22 PM | edited Sun 09-Sep-12 06:30 PM by Bravozulu
My version is 2.0.2. The highest version on that link specifies this system requirements for a Macintosh: G4, PPc, 1Gb cpu, 1gb Ram, OS 10.5.8. I have that in my Mac,
But the upload fails, and instead gives me a warning message "Can't Install on any CPU but Intel".
When a person owns a Macintosh, especially an older one, he grows accustomed to being treated like a 2nd class citizen. Die Anderer, you would say in German.
But in two days at the next Apple developer's conference thousands upon thousands of Mac users are expecting to hear the announcement of a new iMac model. My money is saved up for that day, so I expect in 2 weeks I will have a new iMac, with a 3Tb HD, a 500mb SDD for the system and applications.
Then I will invest in Capture NX2, Photo Mechanic and Adobe CS. There is an old saying used often in Japan — A Single Rain extinguishes thousands of small fires.