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  1. #11
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    I just tested LR4 with my D700 last night. I was disappointed that it wouldn't go into live-view so that I could see the image before I took it, bit it did store the captured images in my laptop. I was also surprised that it didn't save the captured images in my media card!


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  2. #12
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    Check your media cards that they aren't locked out. Also check your camera menu for media card access.
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  3. #13
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    It should be known that you can simply hook up the HDMI output to a screen and see the shots instantly directly from the camera if you have an HDTV nearby. This is instant instead of taking a few seconds and doesn't require any expensive stuff (just a mini HDMI adapter or cable .. monoprice has them for less than $5).

    You can also employ "Live Preview Mode" which allows you to view what the camera sees in real-time as your preparing your shot from your HDTV. It's very cool.

  4. #14
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    Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    DIYphotobits hasn't had an update in an age, I prefer this...

    http://nccsoftware.blogspot.co.uk

    It's still in Beta but it's getting regular updates and new features all the time and all for free.

  5. #15
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    I just come here to get some advice.

  6. #16
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    Hey guys, can I also do the same for my videos in real time? For instance when I am in the process of recording a video, can I zoom in, for instance using the computer instead of the camera itself?

  7. #17
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    Quote Originally Posted by VaradaSharma View Post
    Hey guys, can I also do the same for my videos in real time? For instance when I am in the process of recording a video, can I zoom in, for instance using the computer instead of the camera itself?
    Welcome to the forum,

    If you need to zoom in, you will have to do that manually,

  8. #18
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    Hi,

    Does anyone know if Sofortbild 1.5 will support Live View for D5100 on a Mac? I'm able to view my images on the software after I take them (shooting tethered), but when I press the play icon in the Live View screen, I only see gray on the computer and my ability to adjust settings on my camera goes away as well.

    Thanks!

  9. #19
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    Re: Can I monitor my pictures on a computer as I take them?

    Quote Originally Posted by Slothead View Post
    I just tested LR4 with my D700 last night. I was disappointed that it wouldn't go into live-view so that I could see the image before I took it, bit it did store the captured images in my laptop. I was also surprised that it didn't save the captured images in my media card!
    Live View works with CMOS sensors. so it should work with D700. If it does not try Easy to use, free solution for complex camera control | digiCamControl software. It works perfectly with my D3300 and desktop.

    Digicam also stores directly to the computer and not to the card in the camera. In fact that it does not store in camera results in the serial number of the images increasing only when you shoot without tethering. That is if I started digicam after DSC2345 and then shot 100 images, then when I start again with the camera the image will be DSC2346 and not DSC 2446!
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