Donate

As this software is distributed as free software, and we don’t get paid for doing it.

But I still have some costs associated with its development:

  • Development software, such as Visual Studio
  • Development hardware,  my PC, and my Nikon D5100 camera
  • Website maintenance

I ask that if you find the program useful, please consider donating what you think the program is worth. You can help the project via PayPal.

Flattr is a microdonation system. Users are able to pay a small amount every month (minimum 2 euros) and then click Flattr buttons on sites to share the money they paid among those sites.

You can also help in other ways.

Whish list:

  • D3200 + WU-1a - for implement wifi support
  • Windows tablet 
  • Canon Power Shot G10 -- for implement support PS series
  • Eye-Fi Card

 

Special Thanks to:

  • Alexander Reusch
  • Mark Roberts Motion Control Ltd

 

Thanks to:

2014

  • Josef Pfahler
  • Lester Ward
  • Richard Becker
  • David Kardel
  • sarocrix
  • Pierre MARSAULT
  • Dwight Johnson
  • Liam Carmody
  • Phil Dickinson
  • Matthew Eschbach
  • John Bestevaar
  • Angelo Elio Testa
  • Nathan Denkin
  • Steve Hodgson
  • Сазонов Сергей
  • Chris Thorson
  • Diego Martin Maza Ozcoidi
  • Assaad Moawad
  • Andre Thomas
  • Kaspar Walter
  • Dewitt Clark
  • Olaf Schermann
  • Sylvain Raymond
  • David Muth
  • Lieven Standaert

2013

  • Michel Saikaly
  • Josef Pfauntsch
  • Jean-Claude Canonge
  • Michael Tyomkin
  • Claes Schuman
  • Wang Wei-Hao
  • Jesus Cortecero Lorenzo
  • Yves Kerstius
  • Charles Briggs
  • Ron Heukensfeld
  • Robert Jordan
  • Bruce Lee
  • Yves Victor
  • Paul Bearmon
  • Bethe Graphics / Human Alloy
  • Gabriel Amarandei
  • David Cope
  • Paul Harper
  • Colin Boyd
  • Bart van der Vlies
  • Francesco Rivetti 
  • Bjørn Rørslett
  • Maine Day Trip
  • Toh Lee Hong
  • Hubert Wong
  • Kieran Jones
  • Zlatimir Stojanović
  • John Hughes
  • Keith Cooper
  • Julio F GARCIA CALVO
  • Philip Leara
  • Jean Claude Bornes
  • Jérôme Bressoud
  • Ian Mason
  • David Wilkes
  • Francis Carrasco
  • Charles Anway
  • Jean-Michel VINCENT 
  • Matthew Hartland
  • Nathalie Hendriks
  • Jim Doyle
  • Jon-Sverre Schanche
  • Harald Kanz 
  • Renny Delgado
  • Tim Warwick
  • Jean Gaillard
  • Derek Rigg Photography
  • All Sapphires
  • Maple Leaf Multimedia
  • Ole Alexander Ødegård
  • Bjørnar Røtting
  • Robert Arends
  • Peter Liebe
  • Georges Jousse
  • William Erik Voss
  • Czeslaw Dabrowski 
  • Wuest Jim
  • Thomas P Woodward
  • Colin Mutomba
  • Michele Piccolo
  • Jorge Daniel Atuan
  • Ioannis Ntokos
  • Slavomír Rell
  • Georg Reimann
  • Simon Capewell
  • Brent Eades
  • Johnson Sia
  • Thomas Kaulich
  • Virgil Jones
  • Billy Cauley
  • Gabor Lakatos
  • Bernard SULMON
  • Donald Smith
  • Horst Stegmüller

2012

  • Trevor Askew
  • John Allaman
  • Evan Foster
  • Martin Joergensen
  • Francis Durst
  • Robin Fink
  • Clifford Gill
  • Leopold Minikus
  • Georg Reimann 
  • Valentino Gonzales
  • Justin Lingana
  • Virginie Dube-Menard

 

Comments

Bien mieux que CameraControlPro. Vous avez effectué un travail remarquable. Il serait pratique de disposer d'un mode d'emploi en Français en format PDF. Si cela n'existe pas, je peux tenter de le réaliser pour vous dans un français meilleur que votre traduction automatique.
Je vous ai envoyé 30euros.
Grand merci pour ce logiciel.
Yves.Henri VICTOR

By VICTOR Yves.H

I think your software t is the best option to control Nikon cameras by a PC.

 

Congratulations.

By dmaza

I am doing beauty shots in the studio. For immediate picture viewing i use tethered shooting. A Notebook display is much larger for viewing the picture, checking sharpness and exposure than every camera display.

I bought commercial software like Lightroom, which is neat for RAW developing, but for thethering with nikon cameras it is crap. It takes 1-2min until the connection works, and once you turned your camera off, it doesn't reconnect again until you reboot your notebook. That doesn't look professional when friends or models are waiting for you and watch your troubles.

DigcamControl was not designed for tetherd beauty shots, but it works really great for that. That is the only solution where i can leave my highres RAW Files on the camera and quickly download the JPGs for a quick preview.

And the software is free - wow! Thank you very much. I didn't had a problem to donate with a significant amount, because i am very happy with it.

-wolfman-

By wolfman