A&P Time laps? w/ D70

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  1. LKJR

    LKJR Member

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    not sure of the name of the timer feature on cameras. 2 sec, 10 sec, blink, blink, snap.. is there a way on a d70 to set that to take a picture on certain intervals? like say every 20 seconds, or every minute?

    Also since were on this subject, what about B&W can the camera be set to shoot B&W or am I limited to adjusting it in photoshop?
     
  2. charel

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    b+w in photoshop, it will look a billion times better.

    not sure about the timelapse pictures, not a nikon owner myself.
     
  3. mobbarley

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    no your camera cant do it. you will need a triggering device of some sort.
     
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    There is a program that you can download that does it when it is connected via USB. Can't remember the name of it though... :dunno:
     
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    nikon camera control pro
     
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    wait, nikons are digital now?
     
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    sweet, will this work with a d40 also?!
     
  8. Bob

    Bob ADU elitist prick

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    For shooting in B&W you're better off doing it in photoshop. If you need to do a bunch of pictures you can just desaturate them, but if you're only doing a handful of pics you have so much more control than a camera shooting B&W.
     
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    xpinchx hes got a nice cock, on the thin side but its stil

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    that version wont work with my D40. I just need a serial number, or an updated patch
     
  13. El Chupacabras

    El Chupacabras Blue and Gold Member

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    program is windows only right?
     
  14. El Chupacabras

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    I guess I'm asking if there is a mac compatible one?
     
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