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    Laptop HDMI port-can use as HDMI input?
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    I've noticed how many new laptops now have an HDMI port.
    Can this be used for capture like the blackmagic intensity, with the right software perhaps? Or to use a laptop for monitoring at least?


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    I can't comment about the HDMI port but you can monitor on your laptop by using the Camera Control Pro 2 software from Nikon. You would connect the camera through the USB port. I tried and it worked but I could not find a way to lock AE through it. Maybe someone else found a way?


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Intern View Post
    I've noticed how many new laptops now have an HDMI port.
    Can this be used for capture like the blackmagic intensity, with the right software perhaps? Or to use a laptop for monitoring at least?
    I think you will find that *99.9% of these are an HDMI out, so no.




    *Ok, probably 100% but I wanted to give myself some wiggle room


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruzo View Post
    I can't comment about the HDMI port but you can monitor on your laptop by using the Camera Control Pro 2 software from Nikon. You would connect the camera through the USB port. I tried and it worked but I could not find a way to lock AE through it. Maybe someone else found a way?
    YES..i saw that feature they decided to include on the D90...can you comment on some potential uses of the control pro software outside of studio shooting?

    THANKS!


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