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Jun 25, 2018


Tom Foster

If your D3100 is same era as the D60 I'm using, Live View sadly doesn't exist on the camera itself, so there's not a hope of Live View on Aurga or any other ap - for instance not on PC-based Digicam Control which I use. So not Aurga's fault.

Paul Andrews

I think the blog entry is spot-on.

It may not be the fault of the Aurga engineers that some functionality is not exposed by the camera manufacturer to the device, but Aurga launched a kickstarter with people pledging money on the basis that that functionality would be present.

There are no happy stories emerging from the Kickstarter campaign right now because Aurga is not meeting the expectations of those who have pledged money for the device.

I think Aurga were not clear about the state of software development nor that the device would have limitations according to the users camera.

I had one of the earlybird pledges for the device and I'm very glad that I cancelled my pledge.

Ralph Grabowski

I may give this item to my professional photographer daughter, who has two newer high-end Nikons, and maybe it can be of help to her in her work.


'what about long exposure

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