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    Capture NX2 and Mountain Lion

    Thinking about upgrading to Mountain Lion, but was wondering if there are any compatibility issues with Nikon software, specifically Capture, but to a lesser extent, View NX2.
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    Wish I knew but I'm on a PC and have recently given up on NX2 in favour of Lightroom. I liked NX but got sick of the instability on Win 7 64 bit (though I believe they eventually updated it)
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    Mountain Lion is an editing software? What the heck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    Mountain Lion is an editing software? What the heck?
    Mountain Lion is the latest iteration of Mac OSX. I need it for some other stuff I'm doing, but didn't want to break my Nikon software in the process. I googled it, and didn't find much, so I guess I'll give it a rip and see what breaks.
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    Dang, I thought I was going to see one of your RC cars getting pounced upon.

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    Rod, I wouldn't worry about compatibility. If it's not compatible yet, I'm sure it will be soon. They push out updates for things like that fairly quickly.

    Also, for what it's worth, I've never had issues with Capture NX and Win 7 as mentioned above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Also, for what it's worth, I've never had issues with Capture NX and Win 7 as mentioned above.
    Ditto (NX and NX2).
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    ???.... Fft?
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    Just in case anyone was watching this thread, it appears as though the latest Nikon software (View, Capture, Transfer) appears to work just fine with Mountain Lion.
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