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For Mac users - a new webcam app. I'm adding this to existing 'webcam' questions for future searchers. I am in no way affiliated with this product or the company making it - this is a simple user to user recommendation. I just discovered this today, announced on DPReview a new product called Cascable Pro Webcam £40 [£30 for the first week to 24 July 2020] I'...


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You're using the wrong software, and assuming all USB data feeds are equivalent. This is happening because your Nikon is not a webcam, and is not feeding a signal to the Windows Camera software that it recognizes as a USB webcam. You need to translate the USB signals from your D5600 into something that can be recognized as a USB webcam by your video ...


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The live view mode on Nikon cameras is entirely in-built. When you activate the mode, the sensor is displaying the result onto the screen, but as far as the general functionality of the camera goes, nothing has changed. It's still expecting to record the video onto the memory card. The USB cable can be used to transfer files and trigger the camera in ...


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you will need a capture card and HDMI cables.


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The camera is showing this message because it has detected a bad state. The turning off and on can clear up temporary states but sometimes you have to go further by also removing the batter and memory card. Try again after leaving out the battery for a min or two. No need to insert the memory card as that will add another potential point of failure. If it ...


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I googled this warning message (which I think you could do too?) The very first result, from an online Fujifilm manual, told me: TURN OFF THE CAMERA AND TURN ON AGAIN: Camera malfunction. Turn the camera off and then on again. If the message persists, contact a FUJIFILM dealer. So, contact a Fujifilm dealer. It looks like your camera has a more serious ...


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The card can be used on other devices viz. other brands of cameras, laptops etc. It could just be a random compatibility issue, however keep in mind that it is somewhat risky. I noticed this happening with 64gb Samsung micro-sd cards that come with SDHC adaptor - but never with standard SDHC of any major brands. The cards that don't work on my Nikon d750 ...


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The card is defective. Throw it away and get a new one. Even if you could make it work, it could no longer be relied upon.


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