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    Default capture NX 2

    hi guys,

    i have a qns here, if e image i shoot is in raw format (NEF), thereafter, i convert it to jpeg and then do the post processing. image quality will be the same from taking jpeg straight from dslr? i dunno why i can't open up nef file using capture nx2.. is there something i miss?
    any gurus can advise?

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    Default Re: capture NX 2

    Quote Originally Posted by japlook View Post
    .......if e image i shoot is in raw format (NEF), thereafter, i convert it to jpeg and then do the post processing. image quality will be the same from taking jpeg straight from dslr?.......
    Question asked and answered in earlier thread started by same thread starter at this thread
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=588525

    Silkypix, a raw processing software, showed the difference at this link below:
    http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/englis...rit/index.html

    Usually, computer based RAW processing software can be more powerful as there is more computing power available for the software as compared to the processor available on the camera itself.


    Quote Originally Posted by japlook View Post
    ........ i dunno why i can't open up nef file using capture nx2.. is there something i miss? any gurus can advise?
    Try using the latest version of CaptureNX2 software. CaptureNX2 is constanly upgraded to support newer cameras models. Version 2.2.2 of CaptureNX2 is the most to-date version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid View Post
    Question asked and answered in earlier thread started by same thread starter at this thread
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=588525

    Silkypix, a raw processing software, showed the difference at this link below:
    http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/englis...rit/index.html

    Usually, computer based RAW processing software can be more powerful as there is more computing power available for the software as compared to the processor available on the camera itself.




    Try using the latest version of CaptureNX2 software. CaptureNX2 is constanly upgraded to support newer cameras models. Version 2.2.2 of CaptureNX2 is the most to-date version.

    thanks bro.. will look into it!

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