Nikon NEF Codec Reviews

 


Nikon NEF Codec

For starters, the NEF file type from Nikon has been around for quite the time, since the introduction of the first camera model to support it, the D1 DSLR (Digital single-lens reflex) back in 1999 which also represented a world premiere. Since then, technology has taken the professional equipment from just 2.7 MP (megapixels) to more than ten times the value as well as other critical advantages.

For those who do not know what a “RAW codec” is, when you import a RAW image from your camera into your machine, if your PC has no support for that RAW file, it will not display the image thumbnail. In addition, none of the Windows image applications and viewers will be able to open the RAW files. Not that the latter is critically important, especially for those who always process RAW images in Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom, but it is still helpful to be able to see the image thumbnails of files when opening RAW images for editing directly in Windows or when browsing through the archived RAW files.

To sum it all up, Nikon NEF Codec does help anyone interested in simply viewing the contents of the image container files. By deploying such capabilities to your system, Nikon NEF Codec does its job impeccably, thus its objective is reached in a very admirable manner.






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