Testing a lens:
And playing with Nik/Silver Efex Pro 2:
Nikon (via email):
A new firmware update is available for your Nikon D810 DSLR. You can either perform this firmware update yourself or request your local Nikon Service facility do it for you.
Fujifilm just released firmware updates for Fujifilm X-H1 and Fujifilm X-T2. Both cameras get a major Kaizen update. The Fujifilm X-T2 firmware 4.10 is a revised version of firmware ver.4.00.
DxO has released their much-anticipated Nik Collection 2018. Now, to be clear, it’s no longer free (as it was when Google was letting the project die a slow death) but that’s fine because it’s been updated to support the latest macOS and Winders versions, to operate with the latest Adobe titles, and for better stability.
A free 30-day trial download is available, or $50 if purchased before July 1, 2018, $69 thereafter.
As I’ve said before, an updated Silver Efex Pro would be worth almost any price!
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