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USB Remote Control v1.2 on OS X 10.5.6?

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It's been a few years since I created time-lapse Quicktimes with my D2, so I thought I'd check to see if there's been an update to the USB Remote Control software.


Leica Camera AG... .../compact_cameras/digilux_2/index.html


The latest version (1.2) found at the above link installs, but fails to actually startup under OS X 10.5.6


It's a shame this hasn't been kept up-to-date for OS X. Are there any alternatives for controlling the D2 via USB on OS X?





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I'd be interested to see if it would work with the LC1, but alas I get the same result, the software won't start under the latest OSX.

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