Nikon Camera Control Pro for Mac

Nikon Camera Control Pro for Mac

Average User Rating:
4.0
out of 5 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    2.11.0
  • Total Downloads:
    31,011
  • Date Added:
    May 24, 2012
  • File Size:
    43.78MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    58
  • Operating Systems:
    Mac OS X 10.5 Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.6 Intel/10.7

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1 stars

"Old stuff..."

October 02, 2011  |  By MacIncognito

 |  Version: Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.9

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4 stars

"Decent but not good for PRO use"

May 16, 2010  |  By pderby

 |  Version: Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.7.1

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Nikon doesn't seem to participate in the Apple Developer's program, so they lag an update release or two behind Apple's releases of OS X.

I keep up with Apple for security and bug fix reasons and for Aperture 3 performance.

Unfortunately, Camera Control Pro won't work with the Nikon wireless remote under OS X 10.6.3. I called their tech support and they say they only support through OS X 10.6.1

This lag in updating Camera Control Pro makes the product worthless for my setup: Nikon D3 and a Nikon Wireless Remote.

I have to keep a Dell laptop around with Windows XP to use the Nikon products, then move the images over to OS X to complete my work.

I really wish Nikon would keep on top of the releases. Even better, write their code so that it doesn't break on Apple's updates to the same OS.

The current problem in CCP 2 is the inability to syc to the IP port the Wireless Remote broadcasts on with the Mac version of CCP. The PC version of CCP works just fine, even with the Wireless remote transmitting through an Apple Airport.... the irony.

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5 stars

"Great for extended time lapse sequences..."

November 03, 2008  |  By rico69

 |  Version: Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.3.0

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
I use Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 primarily to shoot time lapse sequences that take longer than 3-4 hours. I have no complains about the Nikon Camera Control software (been using Nikon software since Nikon Capture 4).

The one pet peeve I have is the Nikon updating function that is built into the Camera Control Pro 2. When I check through the Nikon software, it says all my software is up to date even though it is not. This has been an issue since the early days of Nikon's Capture/Camera control software. If it wasn't for sites like Version Tracker, I would not be informed of any Nikon software updates.

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5 stars

"Smile for The Camera!"

March 16, 2008  |  By VersionTrackerUserOpinion

 |  Version: Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.1.0

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
As most digital photographers today are aware, it's such a hassle to take the camera out of the bag, set the aperture, set the shutter speed, set the mode, and so on, and to have to do it all... manually! P-l-e-a-s-e tell me what is "automatic," what is "computerized", what is "digital" about that? Unless digital means fingers, photography in the "digital age" is still so gosh darn... labor-intensive and hands-on!

Well, that's what I love about this app. As long as I remember to leave the lens cap off the lens, and the lens on the camera, I can pretty much take shots without ever handling the camera at all! My shiny new Nikon D3 is such a heavy beast, especially loaded with the batteries and a 17-35 mm AF-S or a 80--400 mm VR lens, that it's just easier to shoot this way, without ever touching the camera at all.

Of course things were different back in the days of a little FE2 with a 50mm lens, but there's just no going back. Anyway, thanks to Nikon Camera Control Pro, from the comfort of my Herman Miller office chair I have taken a fantastic series of shots of the inside of my camera bag which I am hoping to have published by a well known photography magazine soon.

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5 stars

"Smile for The Camera!"

March 16, 2008  |  By VersionTrackerUserOpinion

 |  Version: Nikon Camera Control Pro 2.1.0

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
As most digital photographers today are away, it's such a hassle to take the camera out of the bag, set the aperature, set the shutter speed, set the mode, and so on, and to have to do it all... manually! P-l-e-a-s-e tell me what is "automatic," what is "computerized", what is "digital" about that? Unless digital means fingers, photography in the "digital age" is still so gosh darn... labor-intensive and hands-on!

Well, that's what I love about this app. As long as I remember to leave the lens cap off the lens, and the lens on the camera, I can pretty much take shots without ever handling the camera at all! My shiny new Nikon D3 is such a heavy beast, especially loaded with the batteries and a 14-24mm or a 80--400 mm VR lens, that it's just easier to shoot this way, without ever touching the camera at all.

Of course things were different back in the days of a little FE2 with a 50mm lens, but there's just no going back. Anyway, thanks to Nikon Camera Control Pro, from the comfort of my Herman Miller office chair I have taken a fantastic series of shots of the inside of my camera bag which I am hoping to have published by a well known photography magazine soon.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 2.11.0
  • Support for the D800 / D800E has been added.
  • Support for the D4 has been added
  • The Movie sub-tab is now an independant camera control tab
  • Support for the following D4 features has been added.
  • Shooting at a shutter speed of Bulb
  • Exposure Preview for Photo Live View
  • White Balance (LV) for Photo Live View
  • Specification of Shutter Speed, Aperture, Exposure Comp. , and ISO Sensitivity for movie recording
  • Support for Mac OS X version 10.7 has been added.
  • Support for Mac OS X version 10.4 has been eliminated.
General
Publisher Nikon Corporation
Publisher web site http://WWW.nikontech-usa.Com
Release Date May 24, 2012
Date Added May 24, 2012
Version 2.11.0
Category
Category Drivers
Subcategory Camera Drivers
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.5 Intel, Mac OS X 10.5, Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.6 Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 PPC, Mac OS X 10.7
Additional Requirements None
Download Information
File Size 43.78MB
File Name S-CCPRO_-021100MU-___EN-32BIT_.dmg
Popularity
Total Downloads 31,011
Downloads Last Week 58
Pricing
License Model Update
Limitations Not available
Price $69.95

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