Automatic image rotation

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  • FlemmingHandberg
    Nikon to not have a rotation sensor, and then C1 can't automatically rotate your images, you have to do that manually.
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  • gogol
    Flemming,

    thanks for your reply. However, I'm wondering how Nikon Capture does it, because that software does rotate to images correctly.

    Cheers,
    gogol
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  • gogol
    I currently use a D70.

    gogol
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  • FlemmingHandberg
    I have checked with my developers 😊

    If the \"Auto Rotation\" in the camera is set to ON - then we can read it. If not, then Nikon can read it in their software but this information is not readable for us.
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  • gogol
    Flemming,

    thanks for your reply. Can I consider your answer as a 'yes', that this feature will be included in one of your next releases?

    gogol
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  • FlemmingHandberg
    no not exactly - the auto rotation will work today if the \"auto rotation\" is set to on at the Nikon camera - but if not C1 can't recognize the rotation, even though the Nikon software can.
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  • NNN635027435336540325
    without a a rotation sensor, we cannot rotate images,. i have to rotate images in a traditioanl way using fine image app. simple and fast too.
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    Hi this is interesting.
    You are answering to a thread 9 years later.

    All cameras the last many years have rotation sensors so forcing a rotation is no longer an issue.
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