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Mar 03, 2007 02:05 |  #1

With a 350d, is there a way to have photos displayed on a PC as they are being shot?


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yes, the software comes with the camera, its part of eos utility called remote shooting. you connect the camera via usb cord and can even change settings in the computer


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Mar 03, 2007 02:20 |  #3

If you mean preview them before they are shot the answer is no without expensive software, which I can't find the link to...
If you mean view them just after they've been shot the answer is yes with the EOS utility's remote capture... You can even use your PC to alter the settings and trigger the shutter...


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Mar 03, 2007 02:24 as a reply to  @ Kennymc's post |  #4

I meant after the picture was taken. I will try that software out. Thanks guys!


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Mar 03, 2007 05:37 |  #5

Does remote capture have an option where the shot you just took shows up on the LCD? If there is then I think I've missed it. I know it takes the photo direct to PC but I've always had to manually open them..


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Mar 03, 2007 05:47 as a reply to  @ DimensionZero's post |  #6

I just press the shutter and zoombrowser opens with the imag showing... If I take a series of shots they come up in a film strip under the main browser window...


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Mar 05, 2007 14:59 |  #7

oooh, maybe that's what it is.. hmm, will have to try this out later.. I have my utility bound to DPP since i hated how zoombrowser would choke under a large number of images


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