Nikon NX-D Arrives July 15 for Free

Nikon NX-D

Nikon has announced that the new Capture NX-D (version 1.0) will be available for free download on July 15, 2014.

It will included several improvements based on feedback from users during the beta program.

Nikon gave a nod to the new version of Capture NX-D in the D810 press release, as follows:

Capture NX-D is Nikon’s new software for processing and adjusting RAW images captured with Nikon digital cameras. Capture NX-D is a free software application that will replace the current Capture NX 2 program, and adds interface and performance enhancements. In addition to RAW images, the program can also be used to adjust JPEG and TIFF files. This new software will support many functions needed by professional photographers, including batch image processing, filtering and an enhanced user interface with a variety of displays and floating palettes that are ideal for multiple monitors. Additionally, photographers will also have the ability to adjust parameters including exposure and white balance in RAW files, and can adjust tone curves, brightness and contrast, as well as functions for correcting lateral color aberration and vignetting in JPEG and TIFF files. The software also features a new “sidecar” format, which retains and saves the adjusted image as a separate file.

Nikon will also make available at no charge the new Picture Control Utility 2 software. This new software allows users to create custom Picture Control profiles, which can be easily loaded into the camera.

More details here on Nikon’s website.



  1. says

    Will this new software have a distortion control utility? After purchasing Capture NX2 almost a year ago I’m a little leery of anything Nikon is putting out now.