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Nikon D7100 and Liveview


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I am running the latest trial version of BackyardNikon downloaded 1st November. The camera is a Nikon

D7100 with latest (1.04) firmware update. The PC is running Windows 10.

I realise from previous posts that Liveview from the camera is not affected by changes in ISO and shutter made during Liveview

and believe that one has to come out of Liveview, make a change and then start Liveview again. However this does not work for me,

no changes in ISO or shutter speed make any difference. However in normal imaging mode, these parameters do make a difference to the

captured image. I have unticked the max sensitivity button in settings.

Any thoughts anyone?

Richard

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