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Thank you Catherine, I have now updated. It would be really nice if the Config App had a version number (the firmware has this already I see). Then it would be quick to see at a glance whether we have the latest version.
I had Helicon Remote 3.9.7W (registered) When I click on "check for updates" it reported my software was up to date. However 3.9.8W was available on your website so I installed it. So the message in 3.9.7 was incorrect, which is a pity as it is a pain to not be able to trust it and have to do a manu...
Stas, this question arises time & time again and you have said more than once that it is the remote camera operation not your software that limits the max rate of shooting. Could I suggest that you make it clear on the website that this is the case, and what typical shooting speed can be expected? L...
I don't know which version of Tamron 90mm macro has problems but I have used the 1:1 Macro SP USD Di and it has always worked flawlessly with my D610 and D750 with Remote & with FB Tube
As Stas says the Remote App lets you work remotely, set the near & far points of the stack and many other options. It can also be used as a sound and movement trigger and and it is a pity that these aren't well documented in the help. The FBTube is a 12/13mm extension tube so your max. focus distanc...
- 08.04.2018 11:48
- Forum: Helicon Remote
- Topic: Focus stacking with Canon 80D and iPhone
- Replies: 18
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Do you get the same issues with Canon lenses? I'm not saying that this the case here but there have been focus issues with Sigma lenses for years. They have to try to reverse engineer all the focusing data.
- 15.02.2018 13:26
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
- Topic: FB Tube IR signal transfer
- Replies: 2
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A quick question Stas, when we transfer data to the FB tube there are 12 sets of transfers. Is it really necessary to ensure all 12 transfers are received or is there some repetition in the transmission maybe for a safety margin. Is just one set enough?
- 01.02.2018 13:44
- Forum: Helicon Remote
- Topic: Wireless tethering with Canon 5D-MK4?
- Replies: 40
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Some apps keep tasks running in the background even after closing them. I had this with the Nikon Remote app. In the end I uninstalled it and restarted to stop it grabbing the network. You may have to try this with the Canon app. (it was a pretty useless app anyway).