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  1. Hi, a few days ago I first tried to use BYN2.0 with the Nikon Z6, but I couldn't get it to work with bulb exposures. Live view was working fine, and the changed settings were mirrored on the camera display. After trying different cables and changing the mode dial on the camera, I gave up. Today I tried to solve the problem indoors, and found in the camera log the following message: 17:17:16 Your camera requires a configured serial cable for BULB or Mirror Lock. 17:17:17 Imaging session cancelled 17:18:58 Imaging session started. I assumed the Z6 works for Bulb exposures without a serial connection? I had no trouble with the D750 which works with just the USB connection. For the D7000 I need to use the DSUSB box of course. Is there a setting in BYN2.0 or on the camera that could result in such a log message? When trying to do a bulb exposure, it shows BUSY and then ABORTING for a very short time, then it wouldn't even download an image. any help is appreciated, Phil
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