D750 Feature Requests

Wouldn't it be cool if we could make our camera do ________ ?
Patching issues and other general help requests here please.

Re: D750 ?

Postby larssteenhoff » Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:43 pm

Yes 4K is possible .. in stills mode time-lapse
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Re: D750 ?

Postby conquest » Sat Jan 03, 2015 8:06 am

I want focus peaking
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Re: D750 ?

Postby RobK » Thu Jan 15, 2015 6:26 am

I am sorry, I am a newcomer, is this only for video hacks?
I would love a hack to create a bigger buffer to the 750, not much, just up to , say 20 - 25 frames of RAW :cool:
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Re: D750 ?

Postby astronomer » Thu Jan 15, 2015 9:34 am

RobK wrote:I am sorry, I am a newcomer, is this only for video hacks?
I would love a hack to create a bigger buffer to the 750, not much, just up to , say 20 - 25 frames of RAW :cool:
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This is limited by the RAM size on camera. So 100% sure it's not possible.
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Re: D750 ?

Postby Simeon » Thu Jan 15, 2015 2:35 pm

The only way to improve the buffer, is to improve the buffer drain rate, as the memory is fixed. I'm not sure the drain rate is that improvable, with the knowledge we have of the system.
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Re: D750 ?

Postby RobK » Sat Jan 17, 2015 7:01 am

Thnaks for replies.
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Nikon d750

Postby Stage5 » Sun Mar 01, 2015 5:44 pm

Is the nikon d750 already hacked?

I can buy this camera from a friend
I want to use it for film making
I am new to this dslr film making stuff

I always used a sony hdr z1

Any help is welcome i live in the netherlands

:text-thankyoublue: in advance
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Re: Nikon d750

Postby jimyjames » Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:53 am

The first topics in the "firmware" section are always the latest patches. So you check them out and they take you here :
http://simeonpilgrim.com/nikon-patch/nikon-patch.html

Scroll down to see if your camera is supported, which it is, however all of the features may not be available as this particular camera contains a new chipset and the majority of the development has taken place on the old chipset. So you're going to be very limited.

but once you find your camera look at the number to the right, which corresponds to the firmware which you will need to apply the hack. Load that up in the tool and click the boxes on the features you want. Then you save the patched firmware and load it into your camera. Again your features will be very limited.
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Re: D750 Feature Requests

Postby mongini12 » Sat Apr 18, 2015 7:00 am

The only thing i really want (and sometimes baly need) is the "focus trap" for ALL lenses... especially older manual lenses, aswell as lenses with chip (like the Rokinon 85mm 1.4). I want my D750 to just release the damn shutter if theres something in focus on my selected focus point. Only if i switch to release priority i want it to fire right away. I dont know much about programming, but i guess ist a very simple string in the command lines of the firmware thats preventing the camera to forfill my whish. As long as the focus confirmation indicator lights up in the viewfinder, that have to be possible.

or am i wrong?
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Patch for D750

Postby Amitee » Sun May 03, 2015 5:00 pm

When can we expect the release? Not currently in the list.
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