Mar 28, · Buy Now. Ships from and sold by dvsmbu.me After purchasing the Nikon's "Camera Control Pro ," I went back and read the rest of the reviews. I received the disk today and my experience has been no where even remotely close to the negative comments I read. To wit: 1) "When I bought a new computer, it wouldn't let me install the program 3/5(50). Camera Control Pro 2 - Full Version (Boxed) from Nikon. Skip to Buy Now Camera Control Pro 2 - Full Version (Boxed) Product variations. Camera Control Pro 2 software enables remote control of the settings on most Nikon cameras. Connection between the computer and camera may be via USB cable, or through wired or wireless LAN using a wireless /5(49). Buy Now Camera Control Pro 2 - Full version (Digital download) Camera Control Pro 2 software enables remote control of the settings on most Nikon cameras. Connection between the computer and camera may be via USB cable, or through wired or wireless LAN using a wireless transmitter. Advanced camera features are supported including LiveView 3/5(3).
Also. Is anyone else a bit surprised by Microsoft's decision to use an i5 instead clovertrail in the surface pro. I'm assuming they're using the ULV versions of the chip but you'll still lose connected standby and presumably some battery life. FYI my theory on surface pro "delay" is that they were waiting for the newest ULV chips to be available in sufficient quantity and they were only released in the fall. but what do I know.
However, if you're a Nikon user, the only app (lowest cost one) that Nikon provides is called Camera Control Pro 2 (CCP2). Camera Control Pro 2 software . For more information about Nikon imaging products and services, please visit the Worldwide Network page, and contact your nearest Nikon. Free delivery and returns on eligible orders. Buy Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 at Amazon UK.
Occasionally, the camera will not be able to record photos because the camera already has photos in memory. CP1 has a few nice features for tethered shooting including the convenience of having a RAW workflow system in one application. Most Nikon DSLR owners are unlikely to have experimented with tethered shooting for one simple reason: It has five megapixels and a four times optical zoom lens. Can anyone please recommend any FREE tethered shooting software that will work ok with a Nikon D80 There seems to be quite a few out there but I would rather go on a recommendation than take pot luck. Welcome to The OxfordEye - The specialists in camera.