It also works great with windows 7 64 bit. There are many alternatives to holding your camera and pressing its shutter button to record an image, or for those times when you want to take advantage of your large computer hard drive for photo storage instead of using the memory card in your camera. It has become a standard worldwide. So you can just tweak the settings, shoot, and the image is automatically transferred to the computer. All the options that are usually controlled through your camera can be controlled right on your computer screen, without issue. Shooting tethered with Olympus Studio and an E-30. When you do decide to buy there is no need to download the software again - simply place your order and then enter your registration code to unlock the software.
Viewer Function Enhanced viewer function enables thumbnail display of images stored in a computer and enables captured images to be viewed within the software. Advanced functions of newer cameras e. Some Nikon and Canon cameras can be tethered to your Mac using Aperture 3. Furthermore, images in a camera buffer can be confirmed with thumbnail or preview display on a computer prior to transferring, enabling deletion of unnecessary images. Using Bluetooth low energy technology, SnapBridge eliminates the. General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date May 24, 2012 Date Added May 24, 2012 Version 2.
The software does exactly what it says it will do, and does it easily, clearly and reliably. It would be nice to have it run full screen, but that is definitely not a deal breaker with this software. This is not an official review. Many have said it doesn't recognize their camera, doesn't refresh fast etc. Running i7, 6 gigs ram; not a single problem. You could walk away from the entire rig, have a cup of coffee, and have a library of images waiting for you on return.
Some studio photographers use tethering to show their clients large screen views of the images on the computer monitor right as they're shot. Everything just worked the way it was supposed to. Worked on my macbook pro with my Nikon d200 and d2x right out of the box. Yes, user unfriendly — and plain silly too. Then — you select and connect your camera. It also works great with windows 7 64 bit.
What I also love is an option to save your photos to laptop, camera, or both. After spending what I did for the D800 I really have no problems spending this for the software. Camera Control pro 2 is a great program because it supports tethered shooting with Nikon cameras and is even updated to work with the new D600. I am Derek Galon, a photographer with over 40 years of experience. If you don't want to manually fire the camera on your tethered iPhone, you can use software such as Joby's free and set up interval shooting. If it is as good as this one, it can be worth checking. First screen gives you a detailed info about software, possible updates, etc.
Even zoom in and out so that you can confirm the focus is tack-sharp. A single shot on top, and stacked image on bottom. After uninstalling, try installing with instructions above. The only thing is if Canon doesn't charge for it, why should Nikon. Unfortunately, if you have a new Mac you cannot use it.
The best tethering soft for my Nikon, I waited years for it. I really don't see how it could be much easier or more thorough. Check here to see if your camera is supported on their page. He was so convincing that I decided to give tethering yet another try. Derek Photos: Software box courtesy of , example photos by Derek is a working with.
Unfortunately, I was disappointed with tethering options I had so far. Refer to to see if your particular model is supported. Crop tool, Grid, White Balance I dropper for batch adjustments. I specialize in artistic photography of architecture, interiors, gardens, landscape and portraits. Other than the original issue with getting the software and the camera talking, it works like a charm and I have had no problems.
I tested most of the triggers out and they performed pretty well. This integration makes it possible for a presenter to control the slide deck using her voice,. Just set it on the ControlMyNikon screen and you are good to go. You have tons of options to set right from your screen. But I had not yet shut it down and attempted to restart the program.
Comparing to the ControlMyNikon — I found it rather crude and overpriced. I keep up with Apple for security and bug fix reasons and for Aperture 3 performance. Picture Control parameters can be selected and adjusted on a computer, and customized Tone Compensation Curve data can be saved to tailor the camera's behavior to the photographer's vision and improve efficiency when using multiple cameras at the same time. Once in a while I tried a new piece of software, only to be disappointed again and again. The comment is stored in the photo and can be used for the image filename making it easier to identify shots. Since others report excellent experiences with ControlMyNikon, I suspect there are firmware differences between the various Nikon models that can adversely affect performance. Check out the tutorial video here.