Nikon Camera Control Pro v2.7.1 is available immediately for both the Windows and Mac OS platforms, and adds support for the latest D3 and D700 firmware releases. When used with the current Nikon D3 or D700 firmware, Camera Control Pro 2.7.1 now allows 1/3, 1/2 or 1EV step size control over the maximum ISO sensitivity available under automatic control, and allows 5-step control over the length of time that must elapse before the camera reacts to a sudden shift in subject distance when autofocusing. In addition, D3 owners with the latest firmware can now have the Function button with command dials control Dynamic AF Area. More details can be found on the Camera Control Pro v2.7.1 download page.
The new firmware updates for the D3, D3x, D300s and D700 were all released on January 6th, but with the flood of Consumer Electronics Show news at the time, we're only just now getting the chance to return to this news. All four updates add support for 64GB memory cards, and correct an issue with certain memory cards whereby images couldn't be captured and "CHA" was displayed on the top panel when the card was inserted. The D300s firmware also corrects a problem with incorrect detection of battery power when using the MB-D10 Multi-Power Battery Pack.
The D3 and D700 firmware updates meanwhile both improve auto white balance performance, allow the cameras' internal clocks to be set by GPS, correct an issue with long-exposure noise reduction, fix a problem with the focus point not being shown when reviewing images shot in continuous mode, and make several UI tweaks. The D700 firmware also corrects a problem whereby the focus point couldn't be changed when cancelling live view while using the virtual horizon, and another issue where the electronic analog exposure display didn't function when using Camera Control Pro 2, live view and manual exposure mode.
More details can be found on the firmware download pages: