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Old Jan 24, 2004, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Digital rebel for aerial interval mapping???



I have a customer that needs to mount a digital SLR onto his plane
for mapping purposes. He wants to control the camera from his laptop inside the plane and needs to know if the Canon Remote capture software ( comes with the D300) , can be re-programed to fire at specific points controled by the data from the intruments on his plane. I know this sounds very complecated but I heard that the Nikon Capture software can be reprogramed to do similar things.

If not does the Remote Capture software have a setting where you can set it to fire in 2-3 secont intervals without having to press a button??


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Old Jan 24, 2004, 1:10 PM   #2
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Default Try TC80N3 remote

Not sure on the software front, but if the 300D/Rebel will take the TC80N3 remote controller it can be set to take time lapse etc. The 10D will take the controller.
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