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    Nikon Capture Help

    Any Nikon SLR users out there?

    N00b user here!!

    I have just loaded up Nikon Cature 4, I am TOTALLY ignorant to this program, but do I take it that it is designed for manipulating the light levels, whit balance etc and not cutting and experimenting - like Photoshop and the like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syd View Post
    Any Nikon SLR users out there?

    N00b user here!!

    I have just loaded up Nikon Cature 4, I am TOTALLY ignorant to this program, but do I take it that it is designed for manipulating the light levels, whit balance etc and not cutting and experimenting - like Photoshop and the like
    If you shoot JPEG use Picasa/ACDSee. If Raw use RawShooter, better than Nikon Capture IMO
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    nikon capture is a cool tool. used it for batch processing of loadsa raw stuff.

    agreed that jpeg easier in picasa, but I prefer for Capture for raw

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