Am I missing something here? Probably, but for what little its worth:
NX2 lacks the control point system of NX1, the raison d'etre for NX. It
appears to be a crippled version of NX. Is NX2 intended to be packaged with
Nikon dSLRs? I don't see much use for it otherwise.
NX2 seems to be a middling featured raw converter that I personally would
find of no value if it is going to be sold at the price point of NX.
I like the control points.
I was anticiipating thatin NX2 the control points might be more adjustable
and that the user could have more options about how the adjustments were to
be applied, or even have the ability to use layers.
Pardon me, those features are available--Nik packaged them as a quite
expensive plug-in for Photoshop. Perhaps Nikon's contract with Nik expired
and Nikon is left with NX2.
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