Vertical rotation with tethered capture

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  • Regs
    Hi Von,
    What camera are you using? Are you shooting tethered?
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  • Von1
    I shoot with both Canon 1DS, and Phase One P25, and I shoot tethered on both.

    Von Thomas
    DigitalTECH/NYC
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  • Von1
    I shoot with both Canon 1DS, and Phase One P25, and I shoot tethered on both.

    Von Thomas
    DigitalTECH/NYC
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  • john verno
    I also have the same auto rotation problems while using a 1Ds. What C1 Pro procedures do I need to take to activate the rendering of vertical shots vertically on screen.

    Vince Pittsburgh PA.
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  • john verno
    I also have the same auto rotation problems while using a 1Ds. What C1 Pro procedures do I need to take to activate the rendering of vertical shots vertically on screen.

    Vince Pittsburgh PA.
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  • Regs
    Tethered shooting in the current version of the software is really not supported, we are working to fix this though. For the 1Ds there is something that you can try, if you go to \"Application\" , open the C1 folder, highlight the C1 Pro launcher and then doing ctrl-click on the app. launcher. A window will pop open, pick \"get info\", open plug-ins and be sure that the \"Canon.camera\" and \"Camera.Setup.prefpane. Check them if they are not checked. Plug in the Canon and launch the application. In the preferences check the Camera Setup Preferences, try setting your camera orientation for \"Default for Camera\", then go to \"Thumbnails\", where it says Justification, next you'll see Horozontal and vertical each with a check box next to it. See if either one or both of these are checked. Try unchecking both of them. Shoot some images with both cameras and see what happens. I can't gruntee that the Canon will work tethered and you may have to go to an earlier version of the software to work with that.
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  • Jason1
    nd you may have to go to an earlier version of the software to work with that


    As Von mentioned, this bug was introduced with v3.5+, and has not yet been addressed in the 3.5.1 and 3.5.2 updates.

    C1 DSLR v 1.2.x does not have this problem. However, those of us who upgraded to v3.5 can no longer use previous versions as our licence codes for these editions have been disabled as part of the upgrade process.

    Jason
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    I am working on a confirmation if this is infact fixed in 3.6. I will post this information to this thread as soon as I have it.
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  • Leigh1
    I just received an email from Phase One saying that this problem has been fixed in version 3.6, to be released later in the month.

    WF
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  • Von1
    hooray!!!!!!
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    This is confirmed to be fixed in version 3.6
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