by Nikon Corporation

New version of Nikon image browsing

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Nikon Corporation

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Last revision: Last week

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ViewNX is a program that allows you to easily edit images and snapshots. In addition, it has a set of tools for cataloguing and organizing photos. Of course, this solution can not be referred to as a professional tool, but it can be used to perform everyday tasks such as framing, simple photomontage, changing brightness, contrast and other parameters.

In our opinion, the most interesting function of the program is the ability to automatically merge photos into directories. ViewNX works with image geo-tags and independently identifies images that were taken at the same time and in the same place. After that, she distributes the photos to the folders. This application will be especially useful for Nikon camera owners as it makes it easy for them to exchange data between their computer and camera, as well as work with NEF files.

- supports NEF, TIFF and JPEG formats;

- allows you to edit the video;

- provides easy import of files from Nikon cameras:

- includes tools for creating presentations and slideshows.

ViewNX product will be very useful for people. We will keep in mind the photos that were then of the richest tourist attraction. Then it is very useful to show the photos we take so beautifully and give it to us. I will definitely be taking photos as we celebrate. For example we take photos for events like wedding birthday celebration baby shower. This can be very useful for printing out the photos we take.
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