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How to Use Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0 for Remote Shooting


How to Use Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0 for Remote Shooting




Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0 is a software that enables you to remotely control the settings and functions of most Nikon cameras from a computer. You can connect your camera to your computer via USB cable, or through wired or wireless LAN using a wireless transmitter. With this software, you can enjoy various features such as LiveView, Picture Control system, and Viewer, which allow you to adjust the focus point, release the shutter, and confirm the image on your computer screen.




Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0



In this article, we will show you how to use Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0 for remote shooting in three easy steps:


  • Install and launch the software on your computer.



  • Connect your camera to your computer and select it in the software.



  • Adjust the camera settings and start shooting.



Step 1: Install and launch the software on your computer




To use Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.11.0, you need to download and install it on your computer first. You can download it from the Nikon Download Center[^1^] or purchase it from the Nikon Store[^2^]. The software is compatible with Windows 10/8.1/7 (SP1) and Mac OS X 10.14/10.15/11.0.


After installing the software, launch it by double-clicking on the icon on your desktop or in your applications folder. You will see the main window of the software, which consists of four panels: Camera Control, Viewer, Transfer Options, and Camera Settings.


Step 2: Connect your camera to your computer and select it in the software




The next step is to connect your camera to your computer and select it in the software. You can do this in two ways: via USB cable or via LAN.


If you want to connect your camera via USB cable, make sure your camera is turned off and plug one end of the cable into the camera's USB port and the other end into a USB port on your computer. Then turn on your camera and wait for a few seconds until it is recognized by the software. You will see your camera model name appear in the Camera Control panel.


If you want to connect your camera via LAN, you need to have a wireless transmitter attached to your camera and a wireless router connected to your computer. Make sure both devices are turned on and configured properly. Then go to the Camera menu in the software and select Connect via Network. A dialog box will appear showing a list of available cameras on the network. Select your camera from the list and click OK.


Step 3: Adjust the camera settings and start shooting




The final step is to adjust the camera settings and start shooting remotely from your computer. You can use the Camera Control panel to change various settings such as exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, ISO sensitivity, white balance, metering mode, focus mode, etc. You can also use the Picture Control system to apply different effects such as Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, etc.


To see what your camera sees live on your computer screen, you can use the LiveView feature by clicking on the LiveView button in the Camera Control panel. This will open a separate window where you can see a live preview of your subject. You can also use the mouse or keyboard to move the focus point or zoom in/out on the image.


To take a picture remotely, you can either click on the Shutter Release button in the Camera Control panel or press Enter on your keyboard. The image will be captured by your camera and transferred to your computer automatically. You can view it in the Viewer panel or in a separate window by double-clicking on it.


You can also use the Transfer Options panel to specify how you want to save or transfer your images. You can choose to save them on your computer's hard drive or on a memory card inserted in your camera. You can also choose to transfer them via email or FTP server.


Conclusion




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