someone put malware on this site, luckily Google spotted it and let me know. All clean now but could have done without the work!
// Aug 23, 2012 at 11:09 am
First of all, I tried Camera Control with my Nikon D70s yesterday and it works like a charm. Kudos for this application!
Now, I’m part of a research project at my university in which we want to capture images in synchronization with a timed gas pulse. We use special software to control our experimental setup, which should probably be able to output a trigger signal to an external application. Since you managed to write a freeware application which allows tethering and shutter triggering by computer, I figured the technical hurdles to synchronize a standard DSLR camera with our software should be manageable. Thus, I would like to ask you if you are interested in perhaps contributing to our project by providing us with a (probably very simple) piece of software that allows us to reroute such a software signal to trigger the camera shutter.
If you are interested, you can contact me at email@example.com (just a temporary e-mail address to avoid spamming, don’t worry). If this works as planned, not only might you save us a lot of time and money, but you could also provide a valuable contribution to a very exciting field of research.
Our research group would be very happy to hear from you!
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// Nov 3, 2012 at 9:12 am
Malware… sigh – clean now
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// Dec 17, 2012 at 4:49 am
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