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Web Browser

You can control many program features with commands issued by a web page. It can use any device that has a browser. Tutorial Video (shows ControlMyNikon, but functionality is the same in ControlMyCanon). Setting the Trigger – Go to the Triggers menu and select ‘Web’. – In the Web tab, […]

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Sound

You can trigger the shutter with sound by using the Sound Trigger. It can use any microphone that is configured to work with Windows. Tutorial Video (shows ControlMyNikon, but functionality is the same in ControlMyCanon). Initial one-time setup – Shut down ControlMyCanon. – Plug your microphone into your computer. – […]

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TCP/IP

You can control many program features with actions sent by another program by using the TCP/IP network protocol. Tutorial Video (shows ControlMyNikon, but functionality is the same in ControlMyCanon). There is a free demo app here that is used for testing the trigger.  It is a single .exe file.  Just […]

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Powerpoint Remote

Triggering the shutter and other commands can be achieved by mapping a Powerpoint remote button to a command, giving you an inexpensive remote that can be used during live view. Powerpoint remotes act like a mini-keyboard and their buttons can be mapped to commands. Video Tutorial (shows ControlMyNikon, but functionality […]

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Capturing Images

Tutorial Video – Capturing Images (shows ControlMyNikon, but functionality is the same in ControlMyCanon). ControlMyCanon allows you to adjust certain camera settings and initiate image capture by the following methods. – Press the shutter release button on the camera body. – Click the Capture, Shoot or AF and Shoot button […]

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