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<t>Just to clarify. digiCam notes the time when the it triggers the cameras, and then compares that to the time stamp if the image it receives from the camera. The slowest camera becomes the default. Even if the USB host is triggering cameras randomly, it will hopefully be the same sequence in each ...
<t>Hi Andy_s,<br/> <br/> If multiple cameras (different models) were to be set to "mirror up" the curtain could be synced much closer, I think. DSLR's don't have a shutter any more, they just record the sensor output for the shutter speed time. If the shutter lag of various cameras can be calculated...
- Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:17 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: Camera damage and sync control
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<t>Hi,<br/> <br/> I have just downloaded and installed digiCamControl. It is damn good. It does what it needs to, simply. I am a bit worried though. So this is mu question. Can the software damage the camera and or lens? I have a Nikon D800, and a Nikon 24-70 lens combo, and after playing with the p...