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Live image on PC

Can I to use a digital camera to input a full resolution live image to a PC, just like a view finder. Then I can use a "Prt Scr" command to capture the image. Is there a digital camera that can do this?

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Re: live image on PC

Yes some of the Canon's can do this using a small program called "RemoteCapture". See the link to try it out:

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