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Nikon Capture NX2 tutorial on B&H website

Arash Hazeghi , May 13, 2009; 01:31 a.m.

I found this interesting NX2 on B&H website, there are three ~45 min clips, the first 30 min is trivial stuff but the rest is useful if you use NX2.

NX Capture Presented by Nikon
If this link doesn't work go to www.bhphoto.com and click B&H videos on the right side the navigate to videos 71-80 there are 3 clips under the name Capture NX.

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Gary Payne , May 13, 2009; 09:04 a.m.

Thanks for the link. I'm on B&H fairly often, and never knew they have instructional videos.

Henry Posner , May 13, 2009; 09:54 a.m.

You can find lots more in our Yourtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/BHPhotoVideoProAudio

Henry Posner
B&H Photo-Video

Keith Durnford , May 13, 2009; 01:38 p.m.

That bloke with the bag mic thing looks like Roibn Williams LOL

Arash Hazeghi , May 14, 2009; 02:59 a.m.

Thanks Henry,
It's great that B&H offers commercial-free educational videos to the public.

Steve G (Atlanta) , May 14, 2009; 03:04 p.m.

Hi Henry - wow you have been posting good stuff for a long long time and in many different parts of the internet (and before the internet I think).

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