CameraRC Deluxe will not be supporting versions of macOS after Mojave (10.14); this regrettable situation is a result of Apple requiring all applications to be 64 bit beginning with Catalina (10.15) and the provider of the tools that we use to build CameraRC Deluxe being unwilling to provide us with tools to build for 64 bit on macOS. Our suggestions if you wish to continue to use CameraRC Deluxe on macOS are to either remain on Mojave or an earlier release of macOS, or switch to using our Windows version on macOS by running inside of a Windows Virtual machine. Our apologies to those impacted by this change – we tried for 3 years to get our tools vendor to update to 64 bit and were told it was on their roadmap, it was only last month we were notified they no longer have plans to update leaving us with no alternative but to discontinue future support for macOS.
We are happy to announce Release 2.5.1 of CameraRC Deluxe that now has support for the new Z6 & Z7 mirror-less cameras from Nikon and official support for macOS Mojave. In addition to support for the new cameras, this release also incorporates the latest Nikon SDK’s that give improved stability on all releases of macOS. For more information on the release checkout the release notes.
This is primarily a small bug release that fixes a couple of small issues with Mac computers and some minor problems in the capture of White Balance Presets. To get more details on the fixes please check the Release Notes.
Our latest Release of CameraRC Deluxe now features support for the Nikon D850 – Thanks to those customers who helped us in testing and for everyone’s patience.
We also have added a few enhancements and fixed a couple of small defects. Also fixed were issues with the D500 not being detected on some computers and intermittent crashes with the D7500. Finally, we now officially support macOS High Sierra (10.13) that did have a few small issues in the prior releases. Please note that macOS 10.8 (Mountain Lion), macOS 10.9 (Mavericks), and Windows Vista are not longer officially supported – CameraRC Deluxe may install and run but we are unable to provide any support for these operating systems. To get a full list of enhancements and fixes please check the Release Notes.
This release of CameraRC Deluxe primarily addresses Camera Disconnects on Mac Computers. You can read more about this at the separate post on Intermittent Camera Disconnects with Older Nikon Models. We also fixed a couple of other smaller problems and added the capability to Shoot Intervals while in Live View. Please see the Release Notes for more information.
This is a small release that adds support for the Nikon D5 Firmware Update 2. Also in this release is a fix for a defect that was causing intermittent crashes when using a D5, D500, or D7500. You can find out more information in the Release Notes.
In this release of CameraRC Deluxe we added support for the Nikon D7500. Also added is a new Custom Bracketing feature for the Professional Edition. Custom Bracketing allows creating brackets that use any combination of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and Sensitivity (ISO) to create brackets that can span the full exposure range of your Nikon Camera with any number of shots – A perfect addition for photographing the upcoming solar eclipse.
This release also incorporates the latest version of the Nikon provided camera libraries for Mac that resolve some potential issues in OSX 10.12 (Sierra). For more information on the changes see the Release Notes.
This is a small maintenance releases that fixes an issue primarily with Mac computers intermittently disconnecting from the camera following an image capture. See the 2.1.7 Release Notes. See Release Notes 2.1.6 for a summary of major changes in the last 2 releases.
We have just published over 15 Video Tutorials that delve into installing, configuring, and using CameraRC Deluxe. You can find these videos on our Video Tutorial Page or at the CameraRC Deluxe YouTube Channel.
This is a small maintenance releases that fixes an issue with Mac computers not showing all controls on the Live View and Shooting tabs of the camera control panel. An issue with not being able to set focus points when in 3D Matrix focus mode was corrected. See the 2.1.6 Release Notes for a full description of changes in this and 2.1.5 release.