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BYN 2.09 strange behavior


After months and months of flawless behavior with dual imaging of a D5300 and D5500 I found a problem.  Then imaging just with the D5500 last night I noticed a huge lag in the images downloading.  I took unnecessary SD card out to make sure that was not the issue since I was downloading to the computer.  Placed the usb from the hub to the computer itself. Started a new run and the same this happened. Stalled on downloading,  so while its stalled I opened the back of the camera and I notice the BOC screen blinking going on and off.   I unplug the USB cord from the camera and the blinking stops.  I mess with some settings in BYN, cant remember what,  I restart the computer and the camera and it behaves normally again.

Then im dithering my images ok....and I see im in the middle of a sub exposure and I see the words  "calm down"   ...huh???    Then a different sub I see the word "dithering"....so I turned off dithering for the night and upgraded to 2.010.

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This is a C++ error in the Nikon drivers.

You need to make sure you have your computer up to date, including the c++ distribution.

Try re-installing them.  Run all files in the BYN install folder called vcredist_x86_20##.exe, reboot, and see if this makes a difference.



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