Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Tethering with Canon EOS Utility software, part of Tethered Shooting Fundamentals (2014).
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…Let's take a look at Canon's capture solution, which…is available to anybody who purchases a Canon camera.…Now, for Nikon users, the Nikon solution costs extra.…And I think it's a bit expensive, plus it hasn't been updated in a really long time.…So, I've swapped to a Canon body just to show you the Canon solution.…For Nikon users, I'm going to have some ideas for you in just a second.…I'm go ahead and launch Canon software.…And what you're going to do is decide what…you want to do when you launch it.…I'm going to use Ctrl + camera here and do camera settings in remote shooting.…
Once I trigger that, it opens up a new window.…You can click Preferences here to make a few adjustments.…And this lets you say what sort of format is going to transfer.…Do you want the RAWs, the JPEGs, et cetera?…If this is unchecked and you're shooting RAW…plus JPEG, both the RAW and the JPEG transfer.…Otherwise, if you are shooting RAW or JPEG, just…those transfer, or in this mode, just the JPEG files.…Now, we've got the ability here to automatically control…
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- The benefits and drawbacks of tethered shooting
- Creating a stable platform
- Tethering the camera
- Building a tethered station
- Tethering with Lightroom, Aperture, and more
- Choosing a wireless memory card
- Connecting a CamRanger
- Shooting with a GoPro