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    Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    Hello everyone. Glad iIve found this great resource forum.
    Just bought a brand new Nikon D3100 and I was wondering if there is any Stop-Motion softare compatible with this model. I've tested Dragon Stop Motion but this camera is not supported and I haven't found any alternative yet. Any suggestions are welcome.


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    Re: Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    Just looking around the web I've found DIYPhotobits.com Camera Control. It's a great tool that allows you to remotely control your camera (D3100 supported). You can change shutter speed, aperture, take pictures with just one click and even make time-lapse compositions. Not as complete as other software out there, but a great tool to work with your D3100.

    http://www.diyphotobits.com/download...amera-control/

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    Re: Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    What exactly do you mean by "stop motion software"? Are you talking about video or stills?

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    Re: Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    Quote Originally Posted by maxcoronel View Post
    Hello everyone. Glad iIve found this great resource forum.
    Just bought a brand new Nikon D3100 and I was wondering if there is any Stop-Motion softare compatible with this model. I've tested Dragon Stop Motion but this camera is not supported and I haven't found any alternative yet. Any suggestions are welcome.
    Do you mean Vibration Reduction....If so you can buy lens that have it within known as VR...

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    Re: Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    He means a software like iStopMotion which works on Mac. I too am looking for an alternative, that would work on Windows, and that supports my Nikon D3100. iStopMotion does not.

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    Re: Stop motion software with NIKON D3100

    For us old farts, think Davey & Goliath, or Gumby. Controling that type of photography using a D3100 is what he wants to do. And helping him, I cannot.
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