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D7000 RAW images not supported by CS4


ge22y e2
6 115 12 Wales
1 Sep 2011 9:05PM
Hi,

I've just bought a Nikon D7000, I'm currently using CS4, unfortunately my version of ACR doesn't support the RAW files of the D7000, does anyone know if there is an update for CS4's ACR? I can't find one on the Adobe site.

Thanks,

Gez.

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Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
1 Sep 2011 9:08PM
[link=forums.adobe.com/message/3356050]3rd answer down, does it help?[/link]
Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
2 Sep 2011 12:20PM
Looking at this last night, Gez, unfortunately, you have to either go down the DNG converter route, or upgrade to CS5, or use another raw converter like Lightroom 3.
You won't be able to use CS4 RC for D7000.
I think I have a license code for Capture One Express when it was free couple of months ago.
If you want it, let me know.
ge22y e2
6 115 12 Wales
2 Sep 2011 2:56PM
Cheers Cole, looks like its a CS5 upgrade shortly for me then and the DNG converter until then.
peterjones e2
12 4.0k 1 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2011 3:21PM
Elements V9 plus their online update; it reads my D7000 RAW files fine.
PLH e2
4 23 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2011 9:34PM
Noy sure if it's relevant, I downloaded NX2 from the Nikon site & this seems to work.

Quote:I downloaded NX2 from the Nikon site & this seems to work.

I should jolly well hope so Grin Grin
16 Sep 2011 9:03AM

Quote:Not sure if it's relevant, I downloaded NX2 from the Nikon site & this seems to work.

View NX2 is free - and does a lot of Capture NX1 did Smile
NX2 is 14 days trial - and then quite expensive though it does somethings other software does not do, some things better than other software, some things worse, and some tings not at all.
There is a lot to be said for the highest quality results from Nikon to starting in NX2 and then transferring (as a TIFF) to PhotoShop Elements or CS5.

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