Frame Capture

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    Fishbowlbob
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    Hey guys, fishbowlbob here, and recently I have gotten my hands on a PowerShot A520 canon camera. Now, it came with a frame capture software, but to put it mildly, I get nowhere NEAR the options I have on the camera if I were to just point and shoot, obviously pointing and shooting would result in jumpy camera, (I’ve tried). So, does anybody know of a FREE capture software, not stop motion software, though if you have one that would be great, where I can control focus and white balance??? I have looked and have found zilch. :(
    Thanks,
    Fishbowlbob

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    Just curious… are you talking about being able to connect your camera to your PC and control the shots from the computer?

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    Fishbowlbob
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    Ya. Any suggestions?

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    Cooper
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    I’m getting a Nikon L120 which is 720p is that good for brickfilms? Please help!!!

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    Morten
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    If you put a delay (2 secunds?) on the trigger button. that should help against the bobbing of the camera. I also found that having a remote for the camera helps.

    You could try to download the camera manual before you buy and see if it have that sort of USB interaction… thing.

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    Some of the new DSLR cameras (e.g. Sony Alphas) have an infrared remote that you just point at the camera… no physical connection. Of course, a DSLR is more expense but then you can play with better lenses.

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