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rlloyd8346

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rlloyd8346 Registered since 15th Feb 2009
Tue 12-Oct-10 10:00 AM | edited Tue 12-Oct-10 10:02 AM by rlloyd8346


Does anyone know if Camera Capture Pro 2 is compatible with the D7000?

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DsrtVW

US
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DsrtVW Registered since 16th Dec 2007
Thu 21-Oct-10 03:28 AM

I have not given it a try yet. I will let uou know if I do. I know it came with ViewNX2 2.02 on the disc
They show it as an accessory but when you look at Camera Control on the website it does not list it as a camera supported.

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ericbowles

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Thu 21-Oct-10 09:27 AM

Camera Capture Pro 2 is listed an an optional accessory for the D7000 in both the technical specs and the accessory page of the NikonUSA site.

http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Digital-SLR/25468/D7000.html#tab-ProductDetail.ProductTabs.TechSpecs

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