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NX Studio • First Impressions


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The UI is cool but not to the latest standards in terms of customisation and
tool tabs flexibility and practicality.

This app has the potential to go prosumer (even if it is free) and that would
be to my greatest pleasure or, more likely, stay at the consumer level uniting,
integrating the flexibility of actual softwares by Nikon.

This is just v. 1… let's wait and see which direction it will take, still time to ex-
plore… Btw, the healing brush is a hit in my book. :P


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Hi there everyone,

 

I use NX Studio for some weeks now and love it much. I believe there is no better way developing my NEF Files. So, there are some bugs...don´t worry in a version 1.0!

 

So, if I press on QUIT, the changes on my last image are gone and the app remains open. Sometimes the same happened if I click on SAVE. 

 

This just for information...now I copy all my changes, and paste them when it happens again...exporting all settings is a cool option too.

 

Next: The options of "picture control" are different for my D90 and Z6. So, for the older camera I have better options in NEF developing related to the steps of regulation (Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, and specially the denoise functions are more detailed. This makes me wonder...I use latest picture control system, not the "camera compatible one".

 

Have a nice shooting and always "buenas dias"