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Yes, it's possible, but not using EOS Utility. There are some software packages out there that can manage multiple cameras at once: Breeze Systems offers products for triggering multiple cameras. digicamControl is free, open source software that can manage multiple cameras. Many radio triggers such as PocketWizards can be used to trigger cameras as well as ...


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You can control any mix of cameras using software like DSLR Remote Pro Multi-Camera by Breeze System, Smart Shooter by Kuvacode and Xangle by Eric Pare. The ESPER TriggerBox would be suitable for triggering multi-camera setups. Up to 6 cameras can be triggered per box and multiple units can be linked together to trigger larger number of cameras like 3d ...


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A good place to start would be the list of suported cameras from an open souce project like DigiCamControl http://digicamcontrol.com/cameras Some settings are too much to ask, like encoding or resolution of video. Do that once on the camera and forget about it.


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According to the documentation, the network button (which looks like a single square connected to three squares, #2 in the above photo) is for connecting to a running instance of qDSLRDashboard on another PC. For example, if you have the camera connected to a laptop, you can connect to the laptop over the WiFi network with this feature. The Wireless button (#...


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Wi-Fi is slow; non-infrastructure Wi-Fi doubly so. Most devices don't support IBSS (ad-hoc) networking in 802.11n or 802.11ac mode because being a base station requires multiple antennas in those modes. As a result, if you're tethering over Wi-Fi, you're probably limited to 802.11g speeds (54 Mbps over short distances, slower over longer distances). With ...


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A workarround. If you are using windows, there is a cuple of mini programs that turn any aplication transparent. http://www.ghostwindows.com/ (I will post later another I had some time ago) So you probably can setup your base image, for example as a wallpaper or inside a viewer and on the top on transparent mode your camera capture software. You probably ...


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The people contributing to gphoto and entangle have worked on this for the linux community, with varying amounts of input from the camera companies.This is their list of supported devices and the remote control support.


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Pretty much all of them, with very few exceptions.


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The problem is an incompatibility between Canon Cameras and the newest MAC OS. Apple says it's Canon's problem to solve. I doubt Canon will ever update the needed drivers and firmware for a product as old as your EOS 5D classic that was discontinued almost a decade ago. This same issue also makes it impossible to transfer RAW+JPEG images to an OSX 10.10 or ...


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