On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 07:22:22PM +0800, Lars O. Grobe wrote:
> Marcus Meissner wrote:
> > PTP mode. (PTP/IP is over TCP/IP)
> Ah - thanks for clearifying this! :-D
> >> camera alone is working fine. But if I swith both cameras on at the same
> >> time, I cannot select the device to capture from. I expected each ptpip
> >> device to have an address, but could not find any yet. Is there any way
> >> to select ptpip devices? The only other way I am aware of is by using
> >> some unused variable to distinguish otherwise identical cameras.
> > gphoto2 --auto-detect, then feed in the name and port to
> > gphoto2 --camera "Nikon DSC ... " --port usb:042,042 ... stuff
> > gphoto2 --camera "Nikon DSC ... " --port usb:023,023 ... stuff
> I had tried capturing using the --port parameter, but without --camera.
> That led to the interesting result that, while one camera is a D60 and
> the other a D200, on both ports (as found by --auto-detect) the D200 was
> answering (and capturing). Is this expected?
This is a bug ... Need to fix that :/
Using both --camera and --port is confirmed to work and select between two
> I hope to be able to continue the experiments with the set-up next week,
> as we had to return the borrowed cameras for now.