nef-Thumbnailer Demo

nef-Thumbnailer Demo

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An explorer-like application to preview Nikon (c) DSLR Files.
View, share and save the embedded jpeg-images.
Fullscreen view to switch thru the images and show EXIF-informations.

This is a limited version showing only the first five images per page.

USABLE WITH NEF FILES ONLY !
FULL VERSION IS AVAILABLE NOW.

Features:
* Preview the embedded jpeg images in folderview
* Screen rotation in folderview
* Selectable thumbnail size
* Show fullscreen preview
* Show extracted EXIF data
* Save as jpeg with selectable folder
* Backup-like function to copy nef-files
* Share the image, e.g. mail or bluetooth
* Delete images
* "Multiselect" for saving, sharing and deleting images

Tags: nef, nef viewer, nefthumbnailer demo, nefthumbnailer, view nef, thumbnailer, nefthumbnailer apk mediafire, nef reader, nefthumbnailerapk, nikon nef viewer.

Recently changed in this version

Option: Delete cache on folderchange - for users with multiple cameras
Show info at first/last picture
Prev/Next-Buttons active even if hidden
Option: Show Prev/Next-Buttons even if toolbar is hidden
Rebuild zoom function
Added hardware acceleration for supported devices
Internal improvements


Comments and ratings for nef-Thumbnailer Demo
  • (54 stars)

    by naveen alayil on 16/01/2014

    Hi - The app is not recognizing my Nikon d7100 when I connect it directly through an otg to my Samsung galaxy tab. However it is able to read the nef files from my sdcard, if I connect it directly through a card reader. Please help.

  • (54 stars)

    by Al Alvera on 08/11/2013

    And is not free... :-)

  • (54 stars)

    by Richard Dervan on 26/12/2012

    ASUS TF700 running Jellybean 4.1.1.1 I had NONE of the Actions, such as Details, Edit, Extrct JPEG, etc. No help file available, as it was listed as "Coming Soon". A GA version needs to be fully functional with a help file. Uninstalled and got a refund before it was too late.

  • (54 stars)

    by Catalin Sandu on 09/12/2012

    I'm currently testing a few raw image viewers. This one is pretty dumb. I have to tap the action icons several times for the tap to be registered. Initially I thought it's a limitation of the demo but no, it works but barely. Really poor app, and very slow. The file browser is kind of awkward.