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CMC – About Canon

About Canon Are you affiliated with Canon? No. We have no relationship with Canon whatsoever other than using their excellent SDK.

CMC – Release Notes

Release Notes 5.4.98.99 February 23, 2018 (Current Release) INSTALLER – Fixed bug where it wouldn’t allow installation on 32-bit Windows. UI – Fixed bug where it wasn’t always possible to resize the main screen. UI – Added menu option to change the main screen size or shrink it. UI – Fixed bug where the background …

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CMC – Supported Cameras

Supported Cameras Which DSLR’s are supported? The supported devices are listed on the download page. Why isn’t my camera supported? The SDK only allows tethering to certain camera bodies. Almost all newer bodies are supported, except point and shoots. Why doesn’t the program do X? Some bodies support more tethered functionality than others. This is …

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USB Issues

USB Issues Drivers The program doesn’t require any custom drivers supplied by the body manufacturer.  Just plug in your camera via USB to your Windows PC and it works.  It has been this way since Windows XP.   Some other camera control apps require third-party USB drivers like WinUSB via the Zadig utility.  These drivers can …

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Focusing Issues

Focusing Issues When I press the ‘Shoot’ button while not in live view, it tries to autofocus first even though I don’t want that. How do I prevent it from focusing first? This is caused by the body being set to require focus before shooting and is due to an incorrect autofocus mode. See the …

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Focus Never Changes

Focus Stacking: Focus Never Changes Question: ‘I tried focus stacking, but the focus does not change.  It’s all the same focus.  How do I fix this?’. Answer: This is due to an incorrect focus mode on the body.Set it to the mode where focus is not attempted or required to capture an image in live …

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Connection Issues

Connection Issues Drivers The software doesn’t require any custom drivers supplied by the camera manufacturer.  Just plug in your camera via USB to your Windows PC and it works.  It has been this way since Windows XP.   Some other camera control apps require third-party USB drivers like WinUSB via the Zadig utility.  These drivers can …

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Requesting Support

Requesting Support I have a question.  Who do I ask? We are happy to answer any questions, bug reports or observations you may have.  Just fill in the form on the Support page and we will receive your question via email with a cc to you.  You don’t need to create an account or have …

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