Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
The free way: 1. Set the USB connection mode of the D70 to "PTP" 2. Connect it via USB and switch it on 3. Open Image Capture (in your Apps folder) 4. It should show your D70 as an attached device. 5. In the transfer window click "Download Some" 6. On the top toolbar (you may need to resize the window) you will see a camera icon. Click this to wake your camera and again to take a photo 7. You just took a photo tethered to you iMac! - This is how it works in OS X 10.4 Tiger - Leopard won't be much different and probably offers more controls but just look at Image Capture Help for more info. The expensive way: Buy Nikon Camera Control Pro and you can also manage all camera settings from the Mac.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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