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Remote mode I am trying to connect my Canon Digital compact camera too the program called stop motion pro v6.5. It says my cmera does not support remote mode. How to I make it support that/ Please help as soon as possilbe.

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  • oilersfan101 Dec 31, 2008

    Oh... What do you recommend I try for that program?

  • oilersfan101 Dec 31, 2008

    okay, ill try that. But thanks anyway!

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If the camera is not designed to do it you may not be able to.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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    Scott Kivowitz Dec 31, 2008

    That I don't know. Try contacting the software designer and see if they have a recommendation

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