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Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 Software Full Version for Nikon DSLR Cameras (cd-rom)

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Camera Control Pro 2 software

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Product Dimensions 7.9 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight 3.5 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000XRRDWS
Item model number 25366
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3.6 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #379 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Batteries & Chargers > Adapters
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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I wasn't sure about this. I shoot portraiture photography and have seen how other similar software, Leaf Capture and Canon's Remote Capture performs. What captured my interest (pardon the pun) was of course the advantage of being able to see the images on PC immediately. To finally have the ability to verify 100% of the time that focus, exposure, lighting, and of course composition were all the way I wanted them.....which means great shots all the time, ditching the bad ones immediately, and little to no time in post processing.

The Leaf and Canon software I have seen in use ran very fast which is absolutely important here. How useful would any of this be if when shooting tethered to the PC the pictures started stacking up or heaven forbid froze the computer?

So I downloaded a trial copy from Nikon first. I am pleased to say it runs fast. Previews pop up on screen in no more than one second, even when shooting tif on my D300 which are 35MB files. What pleased me even more is that it ran equally fast on my notebook computer which does not have near the processor or graphics power of my desktop PC.

You are managing 3 windows when working with your camera tethered to the PC. There is a preview window that is resizable showing the images very quickly. It can be configured for different magnifications, single frame view or filmstrip view. A second, smaller, window shows a histogram and download status of the files as they are coming in. The third window is a camera control window that allows remote triggering and access to all on camera settings and menus. If you have a Nikon D3 or D300 you can also work in Live View on screen in both the handheld and tripod modes.
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I bought Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 to use with a Nikon D700 to shoot tabletop projects and portraits. I installed it on a 17-inch laptop running Windows 7. The installation was a bit strange for a current software package. First, I was amazed by the "unknown publisher" on the installation - Nikon can't afford a digital certificate? Second, it seems to install twice, but the first pass installs an older version of Microsoft C++ redistributable.

The user interface is the first MDI application I've seen in more than ten years and it is really clumsy, with multiple windows doing sort of the same thing. The design shows no evidence of stepping back and thinking about how a photographer would actually use something called Camera Control.

To be fair, software's functionality is pretty much as advertised. You can shoot tethered and control the camera from a computer. However, the capture and rendering of RAW files feels very slow, which will limit its application.

Bottom line, the software has a $5 amateur 1992 Windows 3 shareware look and feel, not a $199 from one of the top professional DSLR makers. As other reviews have noted here, Camera Control should be given away with the DSLRs. I feel a bit of a chump paying even the excellent Amazon price for such an unrefined package.
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I bought Camera Control to shoot Santa Pictures for an event. I put my camera on a tripod and did all focusing and shooting through live-view mode on my laptop screen. I think I touched the camera once in two hours (to change the battery, as shooting tethered in Live View sucked the juice... need an MB-10, I guess). From the capture, I printed to a Canon Selphy and handed the picture to each kid in about 1 minute. I can also see myself using Camera Control Pro when doing portraits, as the ability to instantly see the image on a high-definition 17" laptop screen makes adjustments and feedback a whole lot easier than just relying on the 3" sceen on the back of my D300. So, a lot of upside, including a great feature set for your Nikon, but I would think something like this would be more like $99 and not $150 - $180.
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Camera Control Pro 2 is a big step up from the previous version, it's much faster and more robust.

I use this product every day in my studio, shooting product photos, and there is nothing like the immediate feedback of seeing the pic in high-res on my monitor. If you have never shot tethered, you are missing out.
The $150 I spent on this product was a great investment! It paid for itself with the first photo session after installing it. I could NEVER go back to swapping mem cards to see what I was getting.

Considering I use this product every day, I find the cost of it negligible. Sure, it would be nice if Nikon would just give this away with every camera body sold...it would be nice if they gave away Circular Polarizers with every lens too. Hell, it would be nice if they threw in the AC Power Adapter for my camera also, but that's the way it goes.

All things considered, I'm a very satisfied Nikon owner.
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This is the only way to shoot in studio situations. Live view would be even better but i use a D200 right now. Still, to see what you are doing on a laptop instead of twiddling the camera is great. Also you can run longer on a set of batteries if you don't use the screen. Third you dont mess up your camera setup by touching it between shots. This is great for product or still life.
The reason it's not included with the camera is that not everybody wants it or needs it, so why would they want to pay for it.
Bulb exposure is possible by the way, but you need the remote control to do it.
it's also useful for setting camera defaults and time etc. By all means, if you do studio or controlled shooting, it is a most useful tool.
By the way, it allows you to shoot direct to the computer without using cards in the camera.
Just shoot, and burn to disc while the customer is looking at the shots, perfect results and you are done. no post process etc. it's great.

carl
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