The Nikon ViewNX 2.7.2 update is now available for download, adding support for new cameras and changing the myPicturetown branding to the new Nikon Image Space.
Nikon has released an upgrade for its ViewNX software. This is just a minor update, as it goes up from version 2.7.1 to only 2.7.2. The reason behind this software upgrade is to add support for the latest Coolpix cameras launched at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2013, an event which opened its doors to visitors in January 2013.
As stated above, the Nikon ViewNX 2.7.2 update brings support the following Coolpix cameras:
- Coolpix S9500;
- Coolpix S9400;
- Coolpix P520;
- Coolpix L820;
- Coolpix L27;
- Coolpix AW110;
- Coolpix S5200;
- Coolpix S31.
All of these cameras were launched during the same event, at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2013, which took place in Yokohama, Japan at the Pacifico Yokohama convention center.
They have been launched in order to offer different solutions to beginner photographers. There is a model for each type of user and the new ViewNX update will allow anyone to edit shots with ease, as you do not have to be a professional photographers to experiment with image-editing.
These are not the only changes in the software update when compared to the previous version. According to Nikon, the ViewNX 2.7.2 now supports the recently-launch Nikon Image Space.
Nikon ViewNX 2.7.2 update says goodbye to myPicturetown and welcomes Nikon Image Space
Nikon Image Space was launched on January 28th, in order to replace the older myPicturetown online storage service. The new service has been completely overhauled. However, old myPicturetown accounts still work on the new website, as Nikon did not want to disrupt the user experience of the photographers who stuck with the service for so long.
The myPicturetown tab in ViewNX’ browser palette now says Nikon Image Space. Moreover, options like “Upload to myPicturetown” and “Share on myPicturetown” have been changed to reflect the name of the new service.
Nikon also changed the items in the toolbar and the Web Service option, which both referred to the previous service, to the new Image Space terminology.
Nikon ViewNX 2.7.2 update is available for download now for Windows 32-bit version / 64-bit version and Mac OS X computers. As a result, if you rely on ViewNX to edit your shots, then you can buy one of the aforementioned cameras as they will be supported by Nikon’s software.