I purchased the Nikon D7100 on Friday, that was the Good part, I got it home and didn't go crazy unpacking it because I tested it in the shop. The one problem I have noticed over the forums is that there is no support from Adobe and others at present. I didn't install the ViewNx software straight away I looked on Nikon's site for the Windows Codec which I downloaded. I already have Capture NX, and before you say it no its not NX2 I brought this back in 2006 shortly after I purchased my D200. Anyway long story short I opened a Raw image in Capture NX and was able to edit and read all EXIF data and alter the image from there. I prefer it this way since you lose so much when you edit Jpeg files. It was rumoured that the 7.4 release of Camera Raw from Adobe had the DNG, but it was reported in error. What is so funny in all this? Well if a piece of software written over 7 years before Lightroom and Photoshop can read and edit the files you have to ask yourself what the hell Adobe and the like are playing at. I believe I paid £100 back in 2006 for the software and it has been on the same PC since then.