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- 07.05.2015 07:32
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
- Topic: RAW file conversion abort option
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1833
Sometimes I use the RAW + Fine Large setting in remote which results in a string of alternating RAW (cr) and jpeg images. The problem is I often click on a cr file accidentally then have to sit there with my thumb up my tuchas waiting for the conversion to wrap. :x An "Abort" option would be great w...
I noticed a recent post for a request for exposure times beyond :30 but the answer was that only live view cameras were supported - I have live view but my maximum exposure time is also only :30 when using my Canon 60D. Can the exp. time be lengthened for my camera? Thanks.
There's no concept default quality setting. Image quality can only change to small JPEG in two cases: if you don't have a valid license (in which case a message is displayed so you can hardly miss it), or when shooting preview for the duration of this one shot. I. e. the original quality is restore...
I opened Remote and started shooting with my previous settings, 1 sec exposure with the aperture at 16 - unchanged from my last session. After a day and a half I started to work with the shots I had taken in Filter and noticed the size of the pics - I had been loading groups to the que with noise an...
...It is impossible to obtain meaningful result for rails at the moment, and is very hard in principle. Is that conclusion limited to my specific example of a manual focus lens and rail with Focus software or does it apply for any use of a rail with the Focus software, including with auto focus len...
- 15.06.2013 18:11
- Forum: Helicon Remote
- Topic: Tutorial misinforms viewers re: Remote download
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1898
FYI: As of now, the tutorial, "Quick Start with Helicon Remote: Automated Focus (DoF) Bracketing, Exposure Bracketing and Time-lapse", http://www.youtube.com/embed/3LDSGWPNe3o, in the closing credits to that video, still misinforms viewers that Focus and Remote will be delivered to users as a single...
So with a Canon MP-E 65, I can manually focus the first shot, then Remote will work with the rail to set up the shots? If so, even though the MP-E 65 is an all manual lens, will Remote be able to determine depth of field, and other parameters needed? Thanks.
- 08.06.2013 09:10
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
- Topic: Studio work using a 60D/MP-E 65/Remote/Focus/StackShot rail
- Replies: 1
- Views: 4279
Hi-brand new. I want to photograph marbles (yes, little glass spheres) using Focus and Remote with my 60D and MP-E 65 mounted on a Stackshot rail mounted on a copy stand. :D Why? Because I have a LOT of marbles to shoot and I want to easily replicate shooting setups for various size marbles of simil...