Sigma Capture Pro

December 22, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 0 Comments |
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Sigma has launched a remote camera control application called Sigma Capcture Pro. Designed exclusively for the Sigma SD1 digital SLR camera, Sigma Capture Pro 1.0 allows photographers to tether the camera to their computer and take control over camera settings and capture images remotely. By using a standard USB cable, SD1 users’ can adjust camera settings in the software such as aperture and shutter speed, exposure compensation and ISO value along with releasing the shutter to capture images. Images can be stored either on the camera’s CF card, the PC’s hard drive or both simultaneously. Sigma Capture Pro 1.0 is available for both Windows and MacOS through the website below.

Website: Sigma Capture Pro

Sigma Press Release

SIGMA Capture Pro 1.0

Camera control software dedicated to the Sigma SD1

The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of Sigma Capture Pro 1.0, remote camera control software dedicated to the Sigma SD1. Sigma Capture Pro 1.0 allows photographers to tether the Sigma SD1 camera to their computer and take control over camera settings and capture images remotely. By using a standard USB cable, SD1 users’ can adjust camera settings in the software such as aperture and shutter speed, exposure compensation and ISO value along with releasing the shutter to capture images.

It is also possible to set how many times the shutter is to be released automatically in one operation. Even if the camera is connected to the computer, it is possible to operate and take pictures using the camera body. 

Images can be stored either on the camera’s CF card, the PC’s hard drive or both simultaneously.

SIGMA Capture Pro 1.0 for Windows and SIGMA Capture Pro 1.0 for Macintosh is available for download from the following website http://www.sigma-sd.com/SD1/capturepro.html.

In order to use SIGMA Capture Pro 1.0, the SD1’s firmware must be version 1.04 and SIGMA Photo Pro 5.2 is required.



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