New free Nikon software NX Studio

Ton14Ton14 Posts: 612Member
edited July 4 in Nikon Software
Nikon released NX Studio in early March 2021. It is very comprehensive and free. I like it now, it is much better then NX-D with ViewNX-i and because I'am Dutch I like "free of charge" :smile: .

I have just installed it and can easily test it, because for the RAW files, a subfolder is created with the name "NKSC_PARAM", in which the photo adjustments are stored. Capture One does the same and creates a subfolder "Capture One" for this.

The joke is that this allows me to test NX Studio alongside my Capture One, as the adjustments simply exist side by side.

"Quote Nikon about the program"
NX Studio combines many existing features of the current ViewNX-i* imaging software, and Capture NX-D image processing and editing software. These include detailed editing functions such as Picture Control, white balance settings and exposure correction for RAW files. NX Studio allows users to view, process and edit images in one application. In addition, the software includes colour control points that allow users to adjust colours within a specified range, and has a retouching brush function for advanced correction.The intuitive menu structure is laid out for a smooth workflow, improving the overall response speed for each function and enabling a quick editing process for both photos and videos."
The intuitive menu structure is laid out for a smooth workflow, improving the overall response speed for each function and enabling a quick editing process for both photos and videos."
"End quote"

I thought this info might be helpful and hope that users of NX Studio gives there thoughts.
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Comments

  • WestEndFotoWestEndFoto Posts: 3,574Member
    I am going to get it to, mostly to work on video files from my Z7ii and upcoming Z fc bodies.
  • PB_PMPB_PM Posts: 4,411Member
    edited July 4
    Cannot beat free, okay it’s not free, the price of it is likely built into any Nikon camera you buy. Still better RAW conversion and noise reduction than Adobe. Will give it a go, NX-D wasn’t bad once you got to know how to get the most from it. Just wish Nikon would hire some people who are better on UI, this looks like open source software from the mid-2000s.
    Post edited by PB_PM on
    If I take a good photo it's not my camera's fault.
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