Any News on whether the new Elements 9 software will support the new Nikon D7000?. I see where it does support Nikon's NEF Raw Format but can find nothing about Supporting the Nikon D7000 due to be released to stores the middle of October.
All these new cameras--the Nikon D7000, the Canon G12, etc., will have to wait for the next raw update before you can convert their files in PSE. For popular brands, that's usually a couple of months. In the meantime you can use the manufacturer's conversion program that comes with the camera.
When the new version of ACR is released, you will be able to use it in Elements 9.
As yet, the camera raw plugin that has the support of Nikon D7000 is not present.
If and when available, you can just update that camera raw plugin from within PSE and you will then be able to use it with PSE9.
This is because Camera Raw 6.2 update was available with other products before PSE9 was released. The 6.2 update is not pushed live from within PSE.
It should be there in 2-3 weeks time.
No, but help is on the way.
I have the new Nikon D7000 and don't want to have to use the Adobe DNG Converter program for every RAW ("NEF") file I shoot.
Q1: If I buy Adobe PSElements9, and I download the 6.3 Camera Raw plug-in, will I be able to open PSEditor and, using the "Open As" choice on the file menu of the PSEditor, go directly to Camera Raw mode? Or, will I continue to be required to use this more recent CR plug-in-- 6.3-- outside of PSE, then re-open the converted files in Editor?
Q2: Does PSE10 exist, and, if so, has it addressed this Nikon d7000- camera raw compatibiltity issue?
TIA a quick reply. I'm going crazy here!