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  1. JimmyJJA

    D810 Issues

    Help, 1st time posting... Just bought the byN premium and think its great software! I'm having some issues though... I've tried 2 scenarios: 1. Running Parallels with Win10 on MacBookPro OS High Sierra 10.13.4 and 2. Ran out and bought a HP Laptop running Intel Core i3 8th Gen and Win10 (yes, I want to get this working!!) I set up a capture plan on the Mac and it shot the correct number of shots, however the exposure times were off. When I switched to bulb I started getting the "you need a serial cable" issue. So I promptly went out and got a HP/IBM based laptop. Same quirky issues and the log files attached are from the HP/IBM laptop. The exposure times are off and the following error comes up when I hit Bulb in the capture plan: 19:03:03 Imaging session started. 19:03:04 Imaging session cancelled 19:03:04 [kNkMAIDResult_NotSupported] (kNkMAIDCommand_CapSet, 33042, kNkMAIDDataType_EnumPtr, 350152664) I updated the firmware in the D810 before all these tests, i'm thinking it may be the cable??? I had the camera set to M and S (as well as timer and Mup trying to diagnose the issue). Please let me know your thoughts (so I can return the HP/IBM, lol) Cheers, Jim logfile-[20180922-17h29m50s844]-[11432]-2018-09-22.txt logfile-[20180922-17h42m39s529]-[12972]-2018-09-22.txt logfile-[20180922-17h55m03s453]-[8720]-2018-09-22.txt logfile-[20180922-18h43m00s154]-[9064]-2018-09-22.txt
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