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Camera Control Pro 2 - Trial Version

Jilda Coleman , Jan 23, 2008; 04:53 p.m.

I have a Nikon D40, mainly for taking product pictures for my business. I downloaded the trial version of CCP2 but the program will not 'see' my camera ("No camera was detected"). I am connecting to my computer with the cable that came with it, directly to a USB port on my laptop. Has anyone else had this problem and how do I fix it? Thanks.

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Ray - , Jan 23, 2008; 05:13 p.m.

Does the D40 have any settings for connection like PTP or what? On my D70 there is 2 settings to choose from ..

Rex McCall , Jan 23, 2008; 08:25 p.m.

Need to make sure you are in PTP instead of USB/Mass Storage mode in the camera

Rex

Elliot Bernstein , Jan 23, 2008; 09:00 p.m.

Aside from support of the D300 and D3, does anyone know the differences between the old version and the new version (with regards to a D200)?

Keith Durnford , Jan 24, 2008; 01:55 p.m.

I think the only real difference is the support for the D3 and D300. Ive been using it for a couple of weeks now, with a D2hs, and to be honest so far it seems to be the same as 1.3.

Bjorn Rorslett , Jan 24, 2008; 02:04 p.m.

CCP 2 has remote LiveView support for D300 and D3.Otherwisew pretty much the same as the earlier version.

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