Nikon has released updated lens distortion control data for a number of DSLR cameras.
Nikon Distortion Control Data version 2.013 L firmware update released for Nikon D5, D4s, D4, D810, D810A, Df, D750, D90, D600, D610, D800, D800E, D3200, D3300, D5200, D5300, D5500, D7000, D7100 and D7200 DSLR cameras.
The L firmware update provides corrections for lens barrel and pincushion distortions. Distortion control data are used to correct barrel and pincushion distortion during shooting and editing. They can be loaded into cameras that support distortion control.
When distortion control is applied to an image either in-camera or through software it corrects barrel or pin cushion distortion that occurs in images due to the characteristics of specific lenses. More information on distortion control can be found here.
Nikon Distortion Control Data Version 2.013
The following cameras support distortion control lens data version 2.000 from the firmware versions shown. Check the camera firmware version before updating.
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IMPORTANT: Before loading distortion control data, update the camera firmware to a version that supports distortion control data version 2.000 or later.
Nikon Distortion Control Data firmware update 2.013 can be downloaded from the link below.
- Nikon Lens Distortion Control Data Version 2.013 for Windows and Mac
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