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  1. Please see the BackyardNIKON camera support grid to see if your camera is supported in BackyardNIKON. If you have an older camera and it is not in the grid it is not supported. If you have a newer camera and it is not in the grid it is probably because the camera SDK for that newer camera model was not available at the time of BackyardNIKON latest release. Your newer camera model will most likely be supported in the next release. It is possible however that we have your camera already supported in a pre-release. Contact us and we may be able to provide you with a pre-release download link to test your newer camera model. Regards,
  2. Please see the camera support grid to see if your camera is supported in BackyardEOS; scroll down and select "supported camera" tab. If you have an older camera and it is not in the grid it is not supported. If you have a newer camera and it is not in the grid it is probably because the camera SDK for that newer camera model was not available at the time of BackyardEOS latest release. Your newer camera model will most likely be supported in the next release. It is possible however that we have your camera already supported in a pre-release. Contact us and we may be able to provide you with a pre-release download link to test your newer camera model. Regards,
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