Support for Canon G10, Nikon Coolpix S6300

General Discussion about digiCamControl and related photography techniques.
Stonepecker
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Hello Istvan

Post by Stonepecker » Thu Jan 30, 2014 3:36 pm

Hello IstvanI am extremely pleased with your software and support. I managed to connect both the Nikon Coolpix S6300 and the Canon G10, to start the whole through the task scheduler and the command line, works like a charm. Well, no controls for the two other than straight capture, but I knew that from the beginning. However, I have this question:Would it be possible to make a small change to digiCamControlsetup_1.0.746.exe:- leave the Canon camera open after capture. After every firing, the lens system is retracted, so that with time lapse capturing it will go out and in a 100 times or whatever I specify in the loop, meaning avoidable wear and tear on the lens mechanism. The Nikon Coolpix S6300 stays open, for instance.Thanks and kind regardsA.p.s. Have a look in Facebook.

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aluminumwelder
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Re: Support for Canon G10, Nikon Coolpix S6300

Post by aluminumwelder » Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:45 pm

Just downloaded this software to windows 10 nuc i3 pc with canon g10 connected.
I get this error message when I click on the round shutter button in the upper left hand corner
unknown error error code 2147942419. I put in a memory card and now it works.

If I mailed you this camera and paid you can you make it work with all functions?. I want to use about 20 of them to do matrix bullet time photography. And this is only point and shoot that supports a wide angle lens with remote trigger socket.

Duka Istvan
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Re: Support for Canon G10, Nikon Coolpix S6300

Post by Duka Istvan » Sun Dec 16, 2018 12:05 pm

Unfortunately support p&s cameras it is very limited because manufacturers don't implement in the camera firmware function which is support camera control from pc.
Anyway you can send a email with your requests at admin [at] digicamcontrol.com


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