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    Default Re: DSLR to Notebook?

    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    I use my 1D II + firewire to my IBM and use DPP + EOS Capture to shoot and view direct.

    The only catch is that images are saved onto the laptop directly and nothing is saved on the CF card
    Yep... So if laptop kapoot, you can go jump off a building...

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    Default Re: DSLR to Notebook?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyftk
    Yep... So if laptop kapoot, you can go jump off a building...
    if its Windows... hahaha


    try using EOS ViewerUtility the next time...
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    Default Re: DSLR to Notebook?

    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Wireless transfers are only possible with
    WT-1/1A
    WT-2/2A

    with D2X/D2HS/D2H/D200

    P1, P2 DCs.

    If you want to shoot direct to laptop, you will need

    1) Nikon Capture
    2) Cable from camera to laptop (limited moving distance)
    3) any of the above setup.
    Yep. The D200 will soon have the WT-2/2A with wireless. You don't even need any third party software as the WT communicates using FTP or if you want to remotely control your camera, PTP (with NC). Ask Willy Foo for info, IIRC he was exhorting it in his interview on PhotoVideo.

    Using tethered (wired), all images are transfered. However, with wireless, you can choose to send over all and delete, or either RAW or JPG or send over and still keep a copy on the CF card. Some prefer to do the second option where the JPG file is sent over and can be used for display while the NEF file is kept on the CF.
    Last edited by Watcher; 11th January 2006 at 12:02 AM.

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