Entries from September 2009
September 25th, 2009 · 7 Comments
Update: Sadly this doesn’t work. Ok I really need to fix this bug soon.
Getting this message from DIYPhotobits.com Camera Control when you click the “Shutter Release” button?
It’s a bug, the script is failing to handle the fact that the camera is very slightly slow in delivering the image after taking it.
To avoid this:
Stop using the “Download Immediately” checkbox
Instead, press the “Start Tether” button.
The result is (almost) the same; when you click Shutter Release the images ARE immediately downloaded (because the tether is running), but it’s by a different piece of code that patiently waits for the image to become available rather than demanding it immediately. Read more...
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I’m glad to see more and more things that make my Camera Control script obsolete! See this Iphone Nikon remote control application.
Now you can get full control of your Nikon (not just PTP things but full SDK control including liveview) via an iphone or itouch. It’s only $20 too so very reasonable – there is a “lite” version for $2 also.
Downside is that it isn’t really the iphone controlling the DSLR, actually the iPhone talks to software on your PC (via what they call “server” software) and the PC talks to the DSLR so you do need a PC (windows or apple) meaning this is not quite the lightweight solution it appears at first glance. Read more...
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