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Nikon Camera Control Pro software
Ilse Jurriën : June 1st 2006 - 08:00 CET
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NikonNikon Camera Control Pro remote control software : Nikon Corporation has announced its exciting new Camera Control Pro remote control software, which allows users to control many digital SLR functions remotely from their PC. The new software, the successor to Nikon’s Capture 4 Camera Control released in 2003, includes advanced features such as “Viewer” that provide substantial improvements in operation. Camera Control Pro is compatible with Nikon’s latest software, including Capture NX (to be released in Summer 2006), for smoother image processing from shooting to transfer and storage. The Camera Control Pro remote control software support the following Nikon digital SLR cameras: D2 series, D1 series, D200, D100, D70 series, D50.
Nikon Camera Control Pro softwareRemote control for Nikon digital SLRs
Using the USB or Firewire cable that’s included - and/or optional WiFi adapters for selected models - Nikon Camera Control Pro enables you to capture unique images no matter what the subject. Imagine positioning the camera in a remote location at a sporting event so you can freeze the end of the race right at the finish line, or from a unique angle above the playing field so you can relive that great score. Or if you’re in your studio, you can immediately observe the render and lighting of your images on a PC screen. Wildlife and nature photographers will love setting up the camera near a bird’s nest or in a hide so they can take that once-in-a-lifetime shot. Industrial photographers can safely place the camera at special locations to record critical elements of the manufacturing process and law enforcement and government agencies can now use their cameras for continuous surveillance purposes using the software’s built-in intervalometer function. The possibilities are endless.

Camera Control Pro software - Nikon Tone Compensation Curves
Enables captured images to be viewed within the software. Viewer window contains the following buttons: “Previous image”, “Next image”, “Show focus area”, “Fit to screen”, “100%”, “50%”, and “Delete”. In newer Nikon digital SLRs, including the Nikon D2xs, customized Tone Compensation Curve data can be saved to tailor the camera’s behavior to the photographer’s vision and improve efficiency when using multiple cameras at the same time.

Nikon Camera Control Pro software - Improved graphic user interface
A simulated (camera) LCD panel on the computer screen performs the same function as the camera’s viewfinder display, and has been modified to be consistent with those used in the latest cameras for smoother operation. It is also possible to control the camera from your personal computer without having to use the control menu on the computer (the control menu can be hidden and the simulated [camera] LCD panel used exclusively).

Compatible with WiFi operation
In addition to supporting USB cable connections, Camera Control Pro offers compatibility with the optional Wireless Transmitter models WT-2 and WT-3. When attached to a digital SLR, the WT-2 and WT-3 enable remote shooting and setting via a wireless LAN over WiFi. Furthermore, image data can be transferred and stored without affecting the authentication function, with Nikon's Image Authentication software, which will become available in the summer of 2006.

System Requirements - Windows
• CPU : Pentium 300MHz or higher recommended
• OS : Preinstalled versions of Windows XP Home Edition
• OS : Windows XP Professional, or Windows 2000 Professional
• RAM : 256MB (768MB or more recommended)
• Hard disk space : Requires 50MB for installation, plus 1GB for running Camera Control Pro
• Display : 800 x 600 pixels or more with 16-bit color (High Color/thousands of colors)
• USB: Only built-in USB ports supported
• IEEE 1394: Only OHCI-compliant boards supported

System Requirements - Macintosh
• CPU : PowerPC G3/G4/G5
• OS : Mac OS X version 10.3.9 or later
• RAM : 256MB (768MB or more recommended)
• Hard disk space : 50MB required for installation
• Display : 800 x 600 pixels or more with 16-bit color (High Color/thousands of colors)
• USB: Only built-in USB ports supported
• FireWire: Only built-in FireWire ports supported





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