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CCP version 2.8.0 (trial version) - runs with my D40. Does not detect my D5500. Is there a solution for this at hand?

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The current version of Camera Control Pro 2 supports the D5500 and can be downloaded from here: http://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.c.... However, support for the D40 was dropped with Camera Control Pro version 2.13. There is no version of Camera Control Pro 2 that supports both the D5500 and D40.
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The problem is the version for the D5500 is 2.20.0 and the D40 won't run on it. You would have to run two separate versions.
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Teathering Camera Control Pro to mac with OS X 10.11

When will it be compatible with Mac OS X ver10.11 El Cap.
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10-21-15
Apple updated El Capitan to OS 10.11.1 --- but Camera Control Pro 2 still cannot find my Nikon D800.

Nikon has had months to test El Capitan ... and is still "planning" to do it ....

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Nikon is currently testing our software for compatibility. See link for list of software. https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/19495
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Doesn't see D810?

I upgraded to version 2.18 (uninstalled 2.11 and installed 2.18). When I plug in my D810 the software doesn't recognize the camera and the computer doesn't recognize that the camera is plugged in either. When I plug in my D700 it works just fine? Could this have something to do with uninstalling the old version?
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We recommend installing the most recent version of Camera Control Pro 2 which can be downloaded from this address: http://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.c.... Please be sure to check the system requirements and supported cameras on the download page prior to updating your software.

Camera drivers are provided by your operating system, so your computer should still see the D810 regardless of which software you have installed. If you do not see your D810 in your computer's device listing then there could be an issue with the driver.

Please contact Nikon Support at https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... if you require additional assistance.
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You need any version between 2.13 thru 2.17 installed (do not uninstall) prior to updating with 2.18.
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Is this compatible with Mac OS X 10.6.8?

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The software Camera Control Pro 2 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.6.8.
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what cameras are supported

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To find cameras that are supported for Capture NX 2, please see the software update page: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Can this upgrade be used if I currentlly have Camera Control Pro 2 Ver 2.0. Also, is the upgrade campatible with Mac OS 10.8.5?

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If you have already purchased Camera Control Pro 2 Version 2 then it is not necessary for you to purchase an update. To update your Camera Control Pro 2 to the most recent version, first download and install Version 2.13.0, which is both an updater and a full version. Then download and install the 2.17.0 Updater. Since support for older DSLRs is phased out over time, please ensure that these versions support your cameras before proceeding with the updates. You may be required to input your key code during the installation process.

Please go to https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... to find the downloads for the most recent versions of of Camera Control Pro 2.
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Is this compatible with Yosemite

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Yes, Camera Control Pro 2 will work on Yosemite up until version 10.10.3
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Doesn't see D810?

When I connect my D800, the software sees the camera immediately.

When I connect my D810, the software does not see the camera.

Using ver. 2.13.0

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First download Version 2.17 then download version 2.18 which has support for the D810. You MUST download 2.17 first !!
2.17: https://nikoneurope-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/59504/~/camera-control-pro-2.17.0-updater
2.18:https://nikoneurope-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61279
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