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BYN crash ALWAYS


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Hello i have a nikon d7000 and i bought the premium edition of BYN. I connect the camera and it's fine, i can switch iso, shutter and all stuffs but when i shot an image before that it can appears on monitor BYN crash without any log or error code. SOMETIMES it works perfectly but lot of time it doesn't. The usb cable is new and i don't think it is the problem..any ideas?

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What version of BYN?

If it sometimes works and not others the issue is most likely environment related.  A new cable is not a trouble free guarantee, not all cable are created equal.

You need to provide more info on your setup.

How long is your USB cable?  Are you using a USB hub?  Do you have a serial cable as well for BULB (the D7000 require one as it can't do BULB over USB).

How long are your exposures?

Do you have in-camera noise-reduction enabled?

Are you saving to card or PC, or both?

Are you saving raw NEF or JPG, or both?

Please be specific when requesting help, a general 'application crash' call is not really helpful if not accompanied by detail.

Regards,

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Your question is confusing. In the title of your post you say "BYN crashes ALWAYS", but in the body of your post you say "SOMETIMES it works perfectly".

Can you detail the steps, including exposure settings, where it consistently fails, including what you see or don't see when it fails.

As Guylain said, with the D7000 you need a second cable, in addition to the USB cable, to control the camera's shutter for BULB exposures. So if it fails for BULB and works for non-BULB, this is to be expected. So what do you see when you attempt to shoot a BULB exposure? Is an error displayed? Does BYN become unresponsive? Does the BYN application disappear from the Windows desktop? The more detail you provide the sooner you will have an answer.

Thanks!

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