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Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.6.0 update released

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Here is the US link. What's new:

  • Support for the D300S been added.
  • Macintosh:
    • Support for Mac OS X version 10.5.7 has been added.
    • An issue that caused Camera Control Pro 2 to stop responding (freeze) when a RAW image captured by a D1X camera was selected in the Viewer has been resolved.
    • When images were captured with Rotate all downloaded images by 90 degrees CCW or Rotate all downloaded images by 90 degrees CW enabled and displayed in the Viewer, thumbnails may not have been displayed, or Camera Control Pro 2 may have quit unexpectedly.  This issue has been resolved
  • Windows:
    • Support for the Service Pack 2 versions of 32-bit Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate has been added.
    • When a folder on a network drive was selected as the download destination under Windows Vista, an error occurred.  A network drive can no longer be selected under Windows Vista.
    • When the camera was disconnected from the computer during time lapse shooting and then reconnected, an error occurred when the Time Lapse Photography dialog was closed.  This issue has been resolved.

If you don't want to spend money on Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.6.0, try those free alternatives.

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  • Mark

    o Support for the Service Pack 2 versions of 32-bit Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate has been added.

    >> When, o when will Nikon pull their finger out and start supporting 64bit Windows. Its really not that difficult.

    • WoutK89

      Windows 7 will be the first ;-) as a full 64-bit version is the only version that will be available…

  • John

    Great that Nikon is supporting 10.5.7 when 10.5.8 was released about a month ago and 10.6 is due to be released tomorrow. Always on the ball as usual!

  • Ken Elliott

    Actually, if you are willing to spend money, I found Breeze Software’s NK Remote to be much better than NCCP. I’ve not tried it on 64-bit yet, but most software I tried worked fine on XP-64 if it wasn’t too old. NK Remote is about half the price of NCCP, so it is a no brainer.

  • jj2005

    Yup, does work on 10.6(snow leopard)but seems unstable, and all buttons and menus have the programmer id instead of a more meaning full naming(IDS_APPLE_BUTTON_CONTROL1) looks like crap alpha software, can’t belive i paid for this!!!!!

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