- If the camera(s) is unable to focus on the image, it will use itâ€™s last focus.
- With a single (a) click, the cameras will focus and then capture the image, or with (b) a single Long hold click the cameras will capture the image without refocus.
- Double click will refocus the first camera, triple click will refocus the second camera, and so on.
- If the first click is long, and all the remaining clicks are quick, then the camera refocuses and shoots to capture the image. For example: 1 Long and 1 Quick click will capture a focused image from the first camera. 1 Long and 2 Quick clicks will capture a focused image from the second camera, and so on.
- If all clicks are quick, and only the last click is long, then the image is captured from the corresponding camera without refocusing. For example: 1 Quick and 1 Long click will capture from second camera without a refocus. 2 Quick and 1 Long click will capture from the third camera without a refocus, and so on.
- If all clicks are long clicks, then the last image from the corresponding camera will be erased. For example: Double long clicks will erase the last image from the first camera, triple long clicks will erase the last image from the second camera, and so on.
- You can specify your default parameters (white balance, aperture, etc) so that next time the program is run, all your preferences are set.
- You can specify how many clicks a specific camera should respond to.
Though I've tested the functionality on my canon A590IS (it should work on your camera), I have not had a chance to fully test it scanning a book.
Here is a link to the script with some instructions: http://www.mind2b.com/component/content/article/9-info/9-multiple-camera-remote-control-button-software
BTW, donâ€™t expect multi-clicks to work as fast as double clicking on a computer. Your clicks need to be a little longer than computer clicks
Let me know what you think, and how it works for you.