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Microsoft + Nikon = blue screen of death in your DSLR?

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  • http://nikonrumors.com/2008/09/02/is-nikon-aiming-to-drop-mac-support.aspx Nikon Rumors

    Is Nikon aiming to drop Mac support?

    I know that this will never happened, but I sense a definitive favoritism towards Microsoft.Recently NR reported on Page2 about the patent exchange agreement between Microsoft and Nikon.Remember the P6000? There was a lot of pre-release excitement about this camera, but it seems that the RAW files generated by the P6000 will be compatible only with Microsoft Windows. Read here for more details on this story (thanks for the link MR). …

  • http://nikonrumors.com/2008/09/02/is-nikon-aiming-to-drop-mac-support.aspx Nikon Rumors

    Is Nikon aiming to drop Mac support?

    I know that this will never happened, but I sense a definitive favoritism towards Microsoft.Recently NR reported on Page2 about the patent exchange agreement between Microsoft and Nikon.Remember the P6000? There was a lot of pre-release excitement about this camera, but it seems that the RAW files generated by the P6000 will be compatible only with Microsoft Windows. Read here for more details on this story (thanks for the link MR).fyi – I am a Mac user …

  • dps

    As a Mac user, I am disappointed with this but I do understand the partnership on a global level of combined resources. I’m still buying the D90!

  • http://nikonrumors.com/2008/10/13/what-is-it-going-to-be-on-october-22nd.aspx Nikon Rumors

    What is it going to be on October 22nd?

    This is what I am getting through the grapevine for the October 22nd release:A new Software suite, something in between NikonView and Capture NX2, in between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. An advanced suite, that will take into account your ‘program’ setting on your Coolpix or low-end DSLR when processing pictures – something that so far no one does… It notices the camera presets and post-processes accordingly, giving you superior end results, making your results look more ‘pro’. This may be related to this recent and official Nikon news.There may be an OEM Nikon badged HP printer too, but no more …

  • http://nikonrumors.com/2008/10/13/what-is-it-going-to-be-on-october-22nd.aspx Nikon Rumors

    What is it going to be on October 22nd?

    This is what I am getting through the grapevine for the October 22nd release:A new Software suite, something in between NikonView and Capture NX2, in between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. An advanced suite, that will take into account your ‘program’ setting on your Coolpix or low-end DSLR when processing pictures – something that so far no one does… It notices the camera presets and post-processes accordingly, giving you superior end results, making your results look more ‘pro’. This may be related to this recent and official Nikon news.There may be an OEM Nikon badged HP printer too, but no more …

  • http://nikonrumors.com/2008/10/13/what-is-it-going-to-be-on-october-22nd.aspx Nikon Rumors

    What is it going to be on October 22nd?

    This is what I am getting through the grapevine for the October 22nd release:A new Software suite, something in between NikonView and Capture NX2, in between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. An advanced suite, that will take into account your ‘program’ setting on your Coolpix or low-end DSLR when processing pictures – something that so far no one does… It notices the camera presets and post-processes accordingly, giving you superior end results, making your results look more ‘pro’. This may be related to this recent and official Nikon news.There may be an OEM Nikon badged HP printer too, but no more …

  • whmitty

    Very disappointed to see Nikon getting involved with Microsoft. MS is big not because of technical excellence but because of sales capability. Look how long it took them to offer a decent desktop system in XP. God forbid if they EVER get a chance to taint the firmware in the DSLRs with their always bloated and slothful code. Nikon will need to install terabytes of memory just to handle the MS Michelin Man code. We’ll be stuck with a two frame buffer for images!

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