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 program, I am finding my camera shakes, and crunches gears. It has not happened before, so please help.
I am also building a real-time 3d scanning setup, using two cameras, the D800 and my old D300s. What I am finding is that the cameras take the images when using multiple camera mode, but they are not taking the image at the same time. I need the images synced to the closest possible degree, so that the 3d analysis software can build a 3d model of the two images. I have the two cameras plunged into a usb hub, so that might be the snag. If not, is there any way to sync the two cameras, so that they take the image at the same time?
General Discussion about digiCamControl and related photography techniques.
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Camera damage and sync control