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Orange Pi Web

Hi. I am facing a problem with gphoto2 and a Nikon D70s (and a Nikon D700 too). My problem is that i only can take pictures at 160x120. I am using this command line:

gphoto2  --capture-image-and-download --filename "%Y%m%d%H%M%S.nef"

And some variations like "--get-config imagesize", "--set-config imagesize=0", "--set-config "resolution=RAW""...

What i am doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.
Javier



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Re: Gphoto2

Marcus Meissner
On Wed, Jun 07, 2017 at 11:25:45AM +0200, Orange Pi Web wrote:

> Hi. I am facing a problem with gphoto2 and a Nikon D70s (and a Nikon D700
> too). My problem is that i only can take pictures at 160x120. I am using
> this command line:
>
> /*gphoto2  --capture-image-and-download --filename "%Y%m%d%H%M%S.nef"*/
>
> And some variations like "*/--get-config imagesize/*", "/*--set-config
> imagesize=0*/", "*/--set-config "resolution=RAW"/*"...
>
> What i am doing wrong?

160 x 120 pixels?  Not 1600x1200 ?

This would be more a preview or thumbnail size.

How large are the files being downloaded?

Ciao, Marcus

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