Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software

Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software

Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software

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Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software

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Product Highlights

  • Control Your Nikon DSLR Remotely
  • Access All Camera Functions
  • Improved GUI
  • Supports LiveView
  • Save Tone Compensation Curves
  • Supports Image Authentication
  • Wi-Fi Support for Compatible Cameras
  • Mac and Windows Compatibility
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Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 overview

  • 1Description

Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 software remotely controls most functions of Nikon digital SLRs from a computer that is connected via USB cable or though wired or wireless LAN using a wireless transmitter. Advanced functions of the D3 and D300 cameras such as the Viewer for preview and selection of images prior to transfer, LiveView function and Picture Control System are also supported, along with the workflow of Nikon's exclusive photofinishing software Capture NX (optional) and the browser and viewer software View NX.

Take Control of Your Photography - Remotely
Using the USB or FireWire cable that are included with your camera, or the optional Wi-Fi adapters for select models, Nikon Camera Control Pro enables you to capture unique images no matter what the subject.
LiveView Support
Live previews direct from the camera are supported on the D3, D700, D300, and D90 when this feature is enabled. See what you are about to shoot! When the focus area displayed in the Camera Control Pro 2 live view window is double-clicked when autofocusing in live view mode, the camera will now focus automatically. Autofocusing is not supported with the following cameras when hand-held is selected for Live view mode: D3-series, D700, and D300-series.
Improved Graphic User Interface
Camera Control Pro 2.0 provides a simulated camera LCD panel on the computer screen which performs the same function as the cameras display. It has been modified to be consistent with those used in the latest cameras for smoother operation.
Picture Control Utility
In certain Nikon digital SLRs such as the D3, D700, D300 and D90, customized image adjustment -- including tone compensation curve data -- can be saved to tailor the camera's behavior to the photographer's vision, improving efficiency when using multiple cameras at the same time.
Compatible with Wi-Fi Operation
In addition to supporting USB cable connections, Camera Control Pro offers compatibility with the optional wireless transmitter models WT-2a, WT-3a and WT-4A. When attached to a digital SLR, the WT-2a, WT-3a and WT-4A enable remote shooting and setting via a wireless LAN over Wi-Fi.
Compatible with Nikon's Image Authentication
Image data can be transferred and stored without affecting the authentication function.
Nikon Camera Compatibility
Camera Control Pro 2.0 is compatible with the following Nikon DSLRs only: D4S, D4, D3X, D3S, D3, D300, D300S, D5300, D5200, D5100, D5000, D60, D600, D610, D700, D7100, D7000, D800, D800E, D90 and Df
Certain cameras require download of the version 2.17 update
UPC: 018208253661
In the Box
Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software
  • Software CD-ROM
  • User Guide
  • Limited Warranty and Technical Support
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 specs

    System & Software Requirements Mac OS X

    Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6.8, 10.7.5, 10.8.2

    Model: Intel-based Macintosh (Intel Core Solo, Intel Core Duo, Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Xeon)

    Windows OS (software operates as 32-bit application even with 64-bit Windows)

    Operating Systems:
    Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (32 and 64-bit versions, Service Pack 2)
    Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32 and 64-bit versions, Service Pack 2)
    Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32 and 64-bit versions, Service Pack 2)
    Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32 and 64-bit versions, Service Pack 2)
    Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32 and 64-bit versions, Service Pack 2)
    Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32-bit only, Service Pack 3)
    Microsoft Windows XP Home (32-bit only, Service Pack 3)
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- and 64-bit, Service Pack 1)
    Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (32- and 64-bit, Service Pack 1)
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32- and 64-bit, Service Pack 1)
    Microsoft Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit)
    Microsoft Windows 8 Pro (32- and 64-bit)
    Microsoft Windows 8 Enterprise (32- and 64-bit)

    Model: 1 GHz or higher Intel Celeron / Pentium 4 / Core Series

    All Operating Systems

    Supported Cameras:
    D4S, D4, D3X, D3S, D3, D300, D300S, D5300, D5200, D5100, D5000, D60, D600, D610, D700, D7100, D7000, D800, D800E, D90 and Df
    Autofocusing not supported with the following cameras when hand-held is selected for Live view mode: D3-series, D700, and D300-series
    Certain cameras require download of the version 2.17 update

    RAM (Memory): 256MB or more (512MB or more with Windows Vista), 768MB or more recommended.

    Hard Disk Space: Requires 1GB or more for running.

    1,024 x 768 pixels or more
    24-bit color (True Color) or more

    Interface: USB: Only built-in USB ports supported
    IEEE 1394: Only OHCI-compliant boards supported

    Note: Operation when connected with USB Hub device or IEEE 1394 Hub device is not guaranteed.

    CD-ROM drive required for installation
    Internet connection may be required
    IEEE 1394 connection (D1 series) not supported with Macintosh computers with Intel Processors.
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6"

    Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.0 reviews

    Camera Control Pro 2.0 Software is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 73.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well with a short USB cable I purchased this software to do time lapse photography with the D40 and D60. The software is very easy to use, and does time lapse well. For the D40 it couldn't detect the camera until the USB mode was set to PTP (instead of Mass Storage). The software drains the camera battery in about 3 hours, so an A/C adapter is usually advisable. I planned to use USB communication over a 75' Cat5e cable, with APC adapters at each end. In this case the computer can see the camera just fine, and the software does too, but there is some problem and Camera Control Pro 2 will freeze after less than a minute and not recover until the camera is turned off.
    Date published: 2011-12-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great software shooting indoor studio I have an amateur indoor studio (strobes, umbrellas, backdrop, etc) for shooting kids and grand kids. This software is fantastic because after each shot, I can view the picture on my 17.3 inch laptop instead the 3 inch screen of my Nikon D-300. I have none of the problems expressed by other reviewers. Shame on Nikon for making this software so expensive. One other con is that there is no independent viewer, i.e. you must use Nikon's free viewer which is fairly easy to use but an instant viewer for this software would have been better. I'm going with 5 stars bec it is simply fantastic software in spite of the few cons I've indicated.
    Date published: 2011-08-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good program, but slow When I adjust the microscope that is connected to the camera the software is very slow to catch up with what I have done. I have a powerful computer just for it, and still it is not up to the standards that I have always give Nikon, for the past 40 some years. I love there equipment, but there software needs improvement, and when you consider the price, well its not very good. Also I talked several times to there people about software and the computer, and they are not very swift to say the least. I new more about computers and that type of software than they do. This was a disappointment. If I did not know the tricks of the computers, the software would not have worked at all.
    Date published: 2010-02-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nikon Inc Software Managment is a JOKE Yes, this software works although the cables that Nikon supplies with it's cameras are not dependable. I would suggest Tether Tools cables. Canon supplies the same software with their cameras for FREE! Just saying, add this price to the price of your Nikon to get the comparative price to a Canon Camera. Next, although they allow you to install the software in two computers it does not mean you can install it in any two computers you want. The first two installs are fine but if you get a new computer or want to have it available on more than two machines as you can with many software packages it won't work. You have to CALL Nikon to get new software keys and that can take them DAYS!!!! This is a warning and best remember it. Nikon, read this please and know that PROS are tired of this pathetic unprofessional dark ages approach to software key management. I smell nepotism or just plain laziness. And yes, this software should be free like it is with your competition.
    Date published: 2015-03-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Use with EXTREME Caution I sadly made my whole entire studio set up dependent on this software. IF it worked as it should then it would have been fantastic. As things stand it is headache beyond belief. It simply fails constantly. I have scripted my tethered shoot workflow using this brittle and unrealiable piece of software. UNFORTUNATELY. Nikon make great cameras but horrible software. And forget tech support. I am very frustrated with Nikon in their software department. I have constacted them on several occasions - just to get a response to a tech question takes weeks. Answers come back eventually but are vague and useless. An example: I asked why does the AF and shoot function no longer have a key command associated with it in the new version CCP when your last version did ? Answer(after waiting 3 weeks) we're looking into it... I would definitely not use this software now knowing what I know now. Plus there is other software out there thst seems much better and CHEAPER by far. As a Mac user I had very limited choices for tethered worflow a few years back. I would not USE this except with extreme caution.
    Date published: 2012-06-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Somewhat pricy; helps w/ spring cleaning I use this to manage all the settings on my D300 without getting XBox thumb. After using the D300 for a while, and monkeying with all the settings, I find that I'm off in Never Never land somewhere. With Camera Control Pro, you can go through the menus much more quickly than on the camera back, and set options the way you want. I've had no problems installing or using the software (Mac Pro, 2008, Leopard), although the UI is a bit dated. Maybe Nikon could get a little bit more onto each screenful, and give you more of a view-at-a-glance of all your settings...
    Date published: 2010-12-06
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not stable, not ready for pro use For professional software, this application lacks basic repeatable configurability, an unscriptable user interface, is a resource hog, has a memory leak, and worst of all, can not be depended on as it crashes eventually (memory leak). Support is weak, and rather to be willing to work with a user to improve the product, Nikon tech support is more likely to suggest user/hardware error than to acknowledge their pro software, version 2.9 no less, is buggy, lacks enterprise (fail-safe, configurable) functionality, and for the level of program utility and reliability, extremely overpriced, especially when compared to the plethora of professional camera control options in the Canon environment. That said, it does give you remote access to nearly all camera features, is good for acquiring single images (or bracketed), and can set up a mass storage device workflow. However, when there are freeware and shareware programs available that are considerably more reliable than Nikon's CCP2, I cannot recommend buying/supporting this product. And per Nikon, the software is not returnable for refund.
    Date published: 2011-05-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Direct to computer is great Seeing the images on laptop monitor makes it much easier to evaluate the pictures than on the little screen on the back of the camera. Easily works with Adobe Lightroom
    Date published: 2009-04-18
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