Nikon Transfer 1.3 — Transfer images from Nikon cameras to your Mac. (Updater) 

Nikon Transfer 1.3  Nikon Transfer is a software application that allows for the simple transfer of images captured with a Nikon digital camera, or images recorded to media such as memory cards, to a computer. It also allows for back-up copying and embedding of information including copyright into image data during transfer.Nikon Transfer allows you to specify a software application to launch automatically after images are transferred. When ViewNX (image browser), or the optional Capture NX2 is selected, smooth collaboration with ViewNX allows for natural operation. Use of these two applications together is recommended. See information regarding ViewNX.
Does not support the.NRW (RAW) format.Labels and ratings, as well as information including titles and creator, can be applied to images as they are transferred.Image attributes and transfer status can be verified in the Nikon Transfer thumbnail list area, and thumbnail display can be categorized by shooting date, file type, or camera folder setting.Nikon Transfer allows for specification of a second destination folder, in addition to the primary destination, for saving images to two folders for back-up purposes. This provides back-up of important images in case of deletion of image files from the computer, or similar such accidents.Independent sound files (.WAV) recorded by cameras with the voice recording function can be transferred.Nikon Transfer can be used to upload images to Nikon's convenient, easy-to-use online photo management service, my Picturetown. Save important images to my Picturetown to increase the ways in which photos add to the enjoyment of your lefestyle (Internet connection required).
Supported Cameras: D3, D2Xs, D2X, D2Hs, D700, D300, D200, D100, D90, D80, D70s, D70, D60, D50, D40X, D40  (The D1X, D1H, and D1 not supported on computers with Intel CPUs running Mac OS X 10.3.9). Coolpix Cameras: All USB connected Nikon Coolpix cameras except Coolpix 880/990/800/900. No serial port connected cameras are supported. Please use a memory card reader for these cameras.
WHAT'S NEWVersion 1.3:
A function that allows for the creation of subfolders within the primary destination folder has been added to the Primary Destination panelOne of the following options can be selected in the Primary Destination panel:Create subfolder for each transfer: When Create subfolder for each transfer (default setting) is selected, a new subfolder is created with each transfer and named, as before, following the rules applied in the Folder Naming dialog.Choose subfolder under Primary Destination path: When Choose subfolder under Primary Destination path is selected, a new subfolder can be created by entering a name for the folder in the combo box at the end of the Primary Destination path in the upper right corner of the dialog, or by selecting an existing folder, previously used, from the pull-down menu.Don't use subfolder: When Don't use subfolder is selected, a subfolder is not created.Corresponding to my Picturetown restrictions, the maximum file size for a single file to be uploaded to my Picturetown is now 2 GB.Corresponding to Mac OS restrictions, the maximum file size for a single file to be transferred from a camera to the computer is now 2 GB. REQUIREMENTSMac OS X 10.3.9 or later. DEVELOPERNikon DOWNLOADS913 DOWNLOAD NOW (25 MB) More information
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