Nikon Capture 5?

Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by petert053, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. petert053


    Nov 19, 2005
    Austin, TX
    Quoting from Tom Hogan's site ( the Old News/Comments/Links link...

    ...this is likely to be the last version of Capture on the current software base; Nikon is working a new version that was originally scheduled for release at the end of the year, but has been delayed.

    Does anyone know any good rumors?

  2. i dont know any rumors but it will have to be good to pull me away from ACR now that I have established a good workflow there.
  3. Ken-L

    Ken-L Guest

    If the new version is appreciably faster, and there is a reasonable upgrade price from the prior version, I would buy it, and I'll bet they will have a hard time keeping any in stock...
  4. petert053


    Nov 19, 2005
    Austin, TX
    Yes, this is indeed true for me too. I think I've finally built an automated (JavaScript and Actions) that will be mainstays. I think NC5 (assuming the name here) will have to much faster or really, REALLY cheap for me to entertain migrating.
  5. general


    Apr 30, 2005

    I am quite satisfied with Capture 4.3.2 and it runs great on my machine - 3.63 CPU and 4 GB RAM.
  6. it runs great on mine to with 2GB of ram, and I use it, but have found the bridge ACR 3.2 offers a better workflow pattern FOR ME. Still have use for my Nikon Capture but would not likely upgrade it again unless there was a compelling reason to do so.
  7. biggstr6


    Apr 26, 2005
    Would love it if it was faster and had a few PS tools like selsctive burn & dodge,layers etc...
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