Nikon D750 camera profile missing

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Nikon D750 camera profile missing

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Hello,

I have recently bought Aftershot pro 3 because of the well known advantages. However, while according to specs it is supposed to be supported, I cannot find the camera profile of Nikon D750 in the get more tab.

I have filed 2 tickets but I did not get any support from Corel. They simply don't react. Can someone tell me how to implement the camera profile of the Nikon D750?

Thanks in advance!

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Vijay
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Re: Nikon D750 camera profile missing

Post by lata »

Hi
When I look in the details tab I see Nikon D750 listed is that what you are looking for.
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Re: Nikon D750 camera profile missing

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Hi Trevor, thanks for your reply.

It is listed but I cannot find it in the software to install. Seems to be missing. As a result, my images won't show...
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Re: Nikon D750 camera profile missing

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Hi Guys ,

I have fixed the problem. It can read all the files! :D

I had to drill down in the caltalog which I did not know. Once drilled down I could find all my imported images!

Now lets have some fun and edit great pictures :mrgreen:
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