Even though I've essentially switched to Nikon for all my "on the go" photography and even most of my studio work, I am still using my Digital Rebel for Ebay photos and some other specialized applications. Basically, using the software included with the Rebel(and updates provided since) I can tether the camera to my computer. With the camera on a tripod, I then generally will pull up live view on the computer screen. From that, I have full control of the camera, can manually set the white balance with a dropper on any area of the photo(i.e. on a gray card) and can use AF motor to manually focus at 100% magnification and VERY tiny steps. It's a workflow I have down very well, and then release the shutter. The image goes straight to my hard drive(not to the card) and I can work with it from there. I seem to recall once doing this in Lightroom also, but only did it once since I didn't find LR as usable as the Canon software. With Nikon, I can't seem to find any way to get a workflow similar to what I've described above nor can I find the feature in LR with a Nikon DSLR connected(I'm using up-to-date LR 6, the last non-CC version). I've tried both a D300 and a D800, both of which support live view. Is there a way to do what I'm describing with a Nikon DSLR? It looks like Camera Control Pro 2 MIGHT be able to do it, but I'm hesitant to spend $150 on software without knowing if it will do what I want it to.