After a successful photo capture by the camera digiCamControl pops a message "Photo transfer done Transfer Time: 2.062 Speed: 0 Mb/s".
The created jpeg file on PC has size of 0 bytes.
The file in the camera is fine.
2019-02-08 18:08:25,314 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - File nameDSC_0000.JPG
2019-02-08 18:08:25,326 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - Photo transfer begin.
2019-02-08 18:08:27,390 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - Transfer time : 2.062 Speed :0 Mb/s
2019-02-08 18:08:27,468 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - Window command received :Select_Image
2019-02-08 18:08:27,471 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - Photo transfer done.
2019-02-08 18:08:27,540 DEBUG DCC [(null)] - Unable load thumbnail: C:\Users\AAATom\Pictures\digiCamControl\Session1\DSC_0001.jpg
... (continues with a bunch of exception messages that seem related to bad jpeg)
Full log file attached.
I am on Windows 10 Pro, DigiCamControl v2.1.0, camera Nikon D3300, Windows camera driver version 10.0.17134.1.
If it matters, it is a virtual machine on VMware Workstation 11 - I also have Windows 7 VM on which it works fine (with a different camera driver version of course).
It does look like a camera driver issue - has anyone had a problem like this?
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Photo transfer speed 0 Mb/s (jpeg file size is 0)
I have the same problem with the same camera (nikon d3300). I can reliably duplicate the problem when DigiCamControl is told to save the images to both the camera and the computer. When DigiCamControl is told to save the images to the computer ONLY, the problem seems to disappear. I assume the images stay on the camera's memory card (while DigiCamControl is in the "save images to computer only" mode, but I have not yet confirmed my theory.
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