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Olympus E-M5 Mark II tethering SDK (Java, Windows)

On gPhoto page (http://www.gphoto.org/doc/remote/), there is Olympus E-M5 Mark 2 as supported camera. So tethering is supported by camera, but under Linux. Is it possible to take images and live-view ...
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Can I still shoot tethered with an EOS 5D mark 1?

Just upgraded my mac to 10.11.6 and now I can't seem to find a software to shoot tethered (with clients) for my EOS 5D mark 1. I've done a bit of research and not found anything so far. Lightroom does ...
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Prosumer camera for tethering? [closed]

I'm working professionally on a photo setup, using a computer, taking photos, and uploading to an Internet site. Everything works with a Canon 5D mk2 and custom made software written in python using ...
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Using multiple cameras at same time

This question asked regarding 3D scanning raised my question: Is it possible to operate multiple cameras at the same time? Background: I have Canon EOS 750D and I can operate it via USB cable and ...
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Slow WiFi Direct connection between Samsung WB250F camera and smartphone

My Samsung WB250F camera can wirelessly transfer photos to a smartphone or a tablet via WiFi Direct. But, though I'm not sure if it's just natural, the transferring seems way too slow to me. It also ...
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Nikon D5200 Not Detected on Mac OS Sierra

It's been a while since I used my Nikon D5200. Recently, I discovered tethered shooting with Lightroom and wanted to give it a try. I took out my dusty camera and tried to connect to My iMac running ...
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Is there a way to shoot from the camera directly to a Photoshop layer?

I was thinking, is there a way to shoot directly to Photoshop? What I have in mind is like a smart object on a layer that loads the latest picture shot in the studio. The scenario is this: I've shot ...