I was doing photos yesterday at a presentation with an audience and video being shot in a small auditorium. We also had people watching remotely through video-conference. The photos were fine, but even using the quiet shutter mode of my Nikon, I was still worried about the noise - and someone else was concerned about it too. It makes a pretty heavy clunk, even with the quiet shutter mode. The video people didn't care, it was more someone worried about the audience being distracted - even though there was a big sound-system in place to make the speech very clearly heard by everyone. Has anyone else been there and what would you do? I've heard of other people setting up the camera on a tripod and sticking it in padded box with a hole cut into it for the lens to stick out of (and other needed stuff), and controlling it remotely with Camera Control Pro, but that's not practical in my case. What else can I do? I'd thought about using live view (locks the mirror up), but it is not as natural as using the view finder for me.