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Nikon D810a Temperature reading


Matthias
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Hello together,

I work since last year very successful with the BackyardNIKON and the Nikon D810a.

But I got no Information about the camera temperature.

By the way ,  it works  with BackyardEOS and the Canon 5D Mark IV.

Is it not possible to read the data file in this case? or is it a Special Setting in the Programm.

Sorry for my poor English.

thank you very much in advance

best regards from the Siegerland in Germany

Matthias

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Matthias,

I am not a Nikon owner, so I don't know if it works the same as for Canon cameras. Also, I do not know if the internal temperature is even available from the D810a.

With the Canons the camera temperature is only provided in the EXIF metadata with each image. This means that BYE can only read the temperature it when it downloads a new image from the camera. And then, reading the metadata can be disabled via the BYE Advanced Settings screen by checking the "Skip READ Exif data" setting.

I would check your Advanced Settings to make sure that "Skip READ Exif data" is not checked. Then take an image to see if BYN then shows the temperature.

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Hello all together

thanks a lot for your quick answers.

Ok - the pictures done with the  Nikon D810a are fortunately very very less noisy and therefore I need no darks.

In this case it is not so important to know the inner camera temperature, but in comparison with the Canon it would be very interesting.

Thank you very much again and have a nice evening

best regards

Matthias

 

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