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What is the...

October 29 2011 at 12:28 PM
Kent Hopper  (Login tankerdog)
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Software that allows you to down load a photo to your computer when you take the shot without pulling the card? I can see it's extremely helpful to leave the camera on the tripod and be able to see the photo just taken without handling, or moving, the camera.

Thanks in advance,


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Scott Millican
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I could be wrong.....

October 29 2011, 8:34 PM 

But I think it is also a piece of hardware that attaches to you computer (assuming you don't mean tethering your camera to your PC), as there has to be something to transmit the photo from the camera to the PC.

Last I checked they weren't cheap either.

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John Murcutt
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Re: What is the...

July 12 2012, 12:51 PM 

Hi Kent,

I had this facility on my previous Fuji camera, with the facility used with RAW format pictures. The process involved using the Fujifilm Hyper-Utility Software and my camera connected via Firewire to my laptop or PC. One great advantage was that I could see the image through the camera on my laptop screen and fire the camera using the keyboard.

You will need to do some research on camera manufacturers and the facilities they offer.



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Brian O'Donoghue
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July 15 2012, 3:25 AM 

Hi Kent,

You should be able to tether the camera via a USB cable, I can't speak for your set-up but when I'm taking pictures my camera lives on it's tripod and I take more photos than I need. I will then pull the card and check the results.

I'm not sure if you can cable the camera to a laptop and instantly preview the result, some manufacturers offer add-ons or accessories that allow wireless/bluetooth connections between devices.

I hope this helps


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Andre Sousa
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Better late than never....

August 30 2012, 10:58 AM 

Is this it?


I have tried the free version, and works great on ipad or iphone, but you still need a USB cable, to connect the camera to a PC.
Works also as a remote (its most interesting feature)


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Owen R Auer
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Wi-Fi card

December 24 2012, 2:19 PM 

There's a WI-FI card that you use just like your normal card. It sends the photo to your computer.
I can't remember the brand.


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