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David Busch’s Nikon® V1: Guide to Digital Movie Making and Still Photography by David D. Busch

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12Useful Software for the Nikon V1

Unless you only take pictures and then immediately print them directly to a PictBridge-compatible printer, somewhere along the line you’re going to need to make use of the broad array of software available for the Nikon V1. If your needs involve more than the in-camera fixes available for red-eye, cropping and trimming, and maybe adjusting tonal values with D-Lighting, you’re definitely going to want to use a utility or editor of some sort to perfect your images. After you’ve captured some great images and have them safely stored on your Nikon V1’s memory card, you’ll need to transfer them from your camera and memory card to your computer, where they can be organized, fine-tuned in an image editor, and prepared ...

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