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In preparation for the upcoming eclipse I am trying to figure out if BackyardNikon supports a delay between the mirror up and shutter release. I know this isn't necessary for long exposure AP but I am wanting to use it for the eclipse and specifically corona shots during totality. The exposure time for the corona shots will be in the 1/30 up to 1 or 2 second range. From what I understand this is the range of time where the mirror vibration is really noticed. I saw an old thread that was talking about it possibly being an option in the future if you used both cables (usb and serial). Can anybody tell me if this every came to be? If not, is there another work around to accomplish shake free photos in that short shutter time frame? My camera is a D7000 and I plan to piggyback it on my Meade LX90 with a 500mm zoom lens. Any help is appreciated.
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