A DSLR camera remote control open source software Features: - Control you camera remotely from your computer via USB - Trigger image capture via release button on camera body or remotely from your computer. Handhold the camera, shoot, and have the resulting.
I love it, simple but better then some other. Good job.Hervé Reynis
Great program, used for focus stacking on the Nikon d90 with awesome results!Ben Price
This software is great, amazing that its free, deserves a Paypal donation for sure. Thank you !Rob Ert
Excellent, for the basic tethering I want to do this seems to work just fine, A great alternative and cash saver.
Thank you for the upgrade to Nikon's OEM Camera Control utility. I especially prefer your much larger live view window & histogram display.!Patrick M. Dennison
digiCamControl saved my bacon!!! Thank you for being there when I needed you. digiCamControl is truly awesome. Simple interface, great camera control, satisfied clients at my end. Thank you so much for being available to a fresh photography pro like me!! Well done!Tom Elliott
Just want to say that I LOVE this software !! I use an older Nikon D200 with a grip and while I can't tether into Lightroom, I can tether into Digicam control and I can turn it on and off, switch lenses and just keep going on my shoots and it never fails me smile emoticon,thank you so much, keep up the great work.Doug Ward
This is truly an amazing piece of software. designed by people who actually use it.Darren Haigh
Thanks a lot! Its just amazing.. and particularly because its free!Linus Ku
This is fantastic! I have it on my HTPC attached to a 50' plasma TV in my recroom / photo studio. With my D7000 attached to the PC via USB I can see the images on the big screen as I shoot. Very cool stuff!Jay Patterson
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Package By Distribution
Install a package that is made available through your distribution.
Keep in mind that distro-provided versions of digiKam could be out of date.macOS and Windows users should refer to the official bundles listed above.
Note: to integrate the AppImage bundle in Linux desktop, you can use the AppImageLauncher application.
These are betas and release-candidates provided by the team for testing.
These should be more stable than weekly snapshots and testing will help to ready them for release.This includes a universal Linux AppImage, macOS package, and Windows installer.
Download the latest pre-release.
These are compiled weekly versions provided by the team for testing purposes only.
This is the easiest way to try the current implementation that hasn’t been released yet.This includes a universal Linux AppImage, macOS package, and Windows installer.
Download the latest weekly snapshots.
Compile the Official Release
This is an option for those that are comfortable with compiling the project themselves.
Get the source for the latest official release and build.
Compile Latest Development Version
Digicam Control Software
This is more complicated, but is as recent as possible.This is for when you want to help with finding bugs or to hack on the project as a contributor.
Digicam Control Review
Get the latest code from our git repository.
You can choose the one which fits you best. We provide detailed instructions for each of them.
All previous stable versions are archived.This includes a universal Linux AppImage, macOS package, and Windows installer.
Digicam Control Mac
Download the older stable release.