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Control My Nikon 5.6.94.50

Discussion in '2D' started by brainsgonedead2000, Jun 29, 2022.

  1. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    Still alive, just not doing as much. Anyway I wasn't sure if this is of any use.

    https://easyupload.io/53kceu

    Unleash your Nikon DSLR Today
    • Save Time and Money with Advanced Workflows.
    • Get the Shot with our Easy Triggers.
    COMPOSE THE PERFECT SHOT WITH LIVE VIEW
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    Reduce re-shoots and post-processing by using live view in a window or full-screen or even on another monitor to make sure your composition and exposure is perfect before you take the shot. You can even capture an image with motion detection.

    Remotely autofocus or manually adjust the focus without touching the camera. Includes copystand mode, compositional guides, focus peaking, inner and outer exposure markers, overlays, slide simulation, jitter reduction, rotation overrides and cropping.

    And if you are shooting with strobes and find the live view is too dark, you can bump up the brightness so that yo
    u can compose with ease.

    REVIEW AND ANALYZE YOUR IMAGES
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    Use the built-in Image Browser to check your focus, exposure, composition and metadata.

    You can even detach it or spawn a second image browser and put it on another monitor.

    REDUCE EYE FATIGUE

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    Select from over 100 color themes to find a look that is best for you.

    REMOTELY ADJUST SETTINGS AND SHOOT

    With tethering, you avoid the problem of bumping your carefully composed shot when you need to adjust camera settings.
    All you need to do is point and click to adjust your settings on the ControlMyNikon screen and you are good to go.

    • Shutter Speed
    • Aperture
    • Compensation
    • ISO
    • Exposure Mode (Manual, Aperture, Shutter)
    • Exposure Delay
    • White Balance
    • Image Format
    And when you are ready to shoot, just click on the Shoot buttons or use the camera shutter release, mouse, keyboard or one of our configurable triggers.
    And if you would like to re-use these particular settings later, save them as a Profile. You can use profiles to quickly restore all your settings instead of setting each item again.
     
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