Nikon has released a range of updates to its various software platforms, adding support for the D850.

Among the software Nikon has updated are Picture Control Utility, ViewNX-i, Capture NX-D, Wireless Transmitter Utility and WT-7.

Some of the software updates also fix a few outstanding bugs reported by users. Full details of the software updates and download links can be found below:

Picture Control Utility 2 Version 2.3.1

  • Added support for the D850.
  • Added support for the D850’s new White balance > Natural light auto option.

ViewNX-i Version 1.2.9

  • Added support for the D850.
  • Added support for the D850’s new White balance > Natural light auto option.
  • Fixed an issue that slowed response for users who selected folders containing large numbers of JPEG images and then scrolled through the thumbnail list.

Capture NX-D Version 1.4.6

  • Added support for the D850.
  • Added support for the D850’s new White balance > Natural light auto option.
  • Added the following features to support D5 “C” firmware version 1.20:
  • Added support for group-area AF (HL) and group-area AF (VL).
  • The color temperature for pictures shot using auto white balance can now be viewed in the metadata tab.

ViewNX-i & Capture NX-D Version 1.17.020

  • Same as above

Wireless Transmitter Utility Version 1.7.0

  • Added support for the D850.
  • The current page number/total number of pages are now displayed at the top right corner of the Setup Utility.
  • Fixed an issue that caused only one type of profile (wireless LAN or Ethernet but not both) being imported from D750, D810, D810A, or
  • D7200 cameras after their firmware updated for compatibility with the WT-7.
  • Discontinued support for OS X 10.9.
  • Fixed the following issue: if, immediately after downloading pictures in image transfer mode, the user reselected the same pictures and attempted to download them again, the pictures would not be downloaded.

WT-7 Firmware Version 1.2

Added support for the D850.

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