digiCamControl

Remote control your camera from your Windows computer tethered via USB.
See live view on your computer display.
Trigger the camera from the computer or your tablet or smartphone.
Control multiple connected cameras at the same time.

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Download the program here.
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See a list of supported cameras here.

News

November 9th 2014

This beta release is dedicated to a new feature "Branding". The feature was requested but a lot of users, some of them just want to hide the application source/name to prevent to be used by the competition or just remove some unused features from UI  This will add possibilities to customize application interface specially the main window and the live view window.  This feature purpose is to set which element to be visible or not and not to redesign the user interface it self.   

Having regard to the fact using branding the application no more linked to this site or to the name of digiCamControl, to get this feature a donation required with option "Require branding" set to Yes.

August 24th 2014

We are very happy to present you with the final version of digiCamControl 1.2.0 today. Enjoy it!

Most of the known bugs were fixed and the Canon camera support is now stable. There can however still be cameras for which some of features aren't supported, especially for older Canon camera models. There weren't many new features added in this version. but existing features were fixed or extended and updated for easier use, so most of the changes are in design and functionality.

August 8th 2014

The goal of the 1.2.0 version will be to fix some reported errors and improve the application usability, for that most of the hidden application features was added to the main screen toolbar for easy access. This a beta version so use carefully. It may contain bugs. 

June 21st 2014

This is first step for connecting cameras via WiFi using any protocol. This solution use a cheap router TP-Link MR3040 with a custom firmware. The firmware was adapted by Hubai Zoltan so all credits goes to him.