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Activating Tool Palette 2 tools in Nikon Capture

When I open an image in Nikon Capture Editor the tools in Tool Palette 2 are not available. Why is this?

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By default the tools found in Tool Palette 2 are used for editing NEF files. If a non-NEF file is opened these tools become inactive and cannot be used. To use the Tool Palette 2 options open a NEF file from a Nikon camera.

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Activating Tool Palette 2 tools in Nikon Capture


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Activating Tool Palette 2 tools in Nikon Capture


By default the tools found in Tool Palette 2 are used for editing NEF files. If a non-NEF file is opened these tools become inactive and cannot be used. To use the Tool Palette 2 options open a NEF file from a Nikon camera.

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NEF Image will not open - Macintosh


RAW NEF images from Nikon cameras are proprietary formatted raw data directly from the cameras's sensor. If the images are improperly transferred to the computer they will not be able to be opened and will give an "Unsupported File Format" warning. Macintosh OS X has an "Image Capture" application (found in: Hard Drive/Applications/)that can be used to transfer images. If "Image Capture" is used NEF files will be corrupted and will not be able to be read. Only Nikon View, or manually dragging images from the mounted card, should be used to transfer NEF's. To disable "Image Capture": Double-click to open the hard drive and then the "Applications" folder Double-click "Image Capture" From the "Image Capture" menu choose "Preferences..." In the "When a camera is connected" pop-up choose "No Application" Close the Preferences window and Quit Image Capture After disabling Image Capture, it will not launch when the camera is connected and you can use Nikon View to properly transfer NEF images.

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