What cameras are you using?

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Which cameras are you using?

Canon EOS 7D
47
8%
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
8
1%
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
74
13%
Canon EOS-1D Mark III
5
1%
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
15
3%
Canon EOS 5D
19
3%
Canon EOS 50D
21
4%
Canon EOS 400D (EOS Digital Rebel XTi, EOS Kiss Digital X)
9
2%
Canon EOS 450D (EOS Digital Rebel XSi, EOS Kiss X2)
9
2%
Canon EOS 500D (EOS Rebel T1i, EOS Kiss Digital X3)
18
3%
Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Digital Rebel XS)
15
3%
Another Canon
38
6%
Nikon D3
17
3%
Nikon D3S
9
2%
Nikon D3X
16
3%
Nikon D90
33
6%
Nikon D300
51
9%
Nikon D300S
14
2%
Nikon D700
43
7%
Nikon D3000
4
1%
Nikon D5000
15
3%
Another Nikon
35
6%
Panasonic
9
2%
Olympus
18
3%
Sony
17
3%
Pentax
13
2%
Minolta
1
0%
Sigma
2
0%
Another
13
2%
 
Total votes : 588

What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Stas Yatsenko » 05.01.2010 16:47

What cameras are you using?
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby milehighako » 01.01.2011 22:34

Nikon D7000

It isn't on the list.
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby george » 13.01.2011 08:11

I have a Panasonic camera G2
thanks
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby RADAR » 27.01.2011 17:46

We have the following....

Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EOS 5D
Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II
Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III
Hasselblad H2 with 39 megapixel multi-shot back
Hasselblad HD4 with 60 megapixel single shot back

Any plans for developing Helicon Remote to control Hasselblad?

For point and shoot
Canon G9, G11

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National Museum of Natural History
Washington, DC 20560
USA
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http://www.mnh.si.edu/
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby stillstonevisions » 29.01.2011 07:17

Canon 50D
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Stas Yatsenko » 30.01.2011 19:47

As far as we know there is not interface to control Hasselbad cameras. Manufacturer does not provide it.

You might be interested in StackShot, an automated macro rails. Or you can order a custom build setup on the basis of Trinamic stepper motor which can be controlled by Helicon Remote.
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Guest » 22.05.2011 00:57

Using a Nikon D7000...
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Fotofunguy » 26.08.2011 21:36

I am using Nikon D300 and Nikon D700 cameras
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Fotofunguy » 28.08.2011 09:00

Nikon D700
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby PaulineP » 19.01.2012 07:00

I've got an amscope MD400. It's not the highest of quality but it does the job. I just purchased the full version and have been trying to figure out why the remote doesn't recognize the camera..... I suppose its because its not supported by the software...
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Re: What cameras are you using?

Unread postby Stas Yatsenko » 19.01.2012 11:40

Helicon Remote works with Canon and Nikon DSLRs that support Live View mode.
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