In short: There is no easy solution, that is always on and will not need dedicated setup and extra steps. But I will elaborate common similar solutions. Some of them will not be available on you camera.
This is the most widespread use of quick photo transfer in the professional sector and is used by many studio photographers. You simply hook ...
It's not exactly the term you are specifically looking for, but looking for information about tethering will get you in the right track. I'm not aware of any generally used term to describe tethering plus applying further post-processing during a shooting session, but some folks definitely do it.
Tethering is when the camera is hooked up to a computer or ...
Note that this is the way iPhone and Android handle photo sharing/uploading: It's fully automatic with zero manual steps: 1) take photo 2) wait 3) photo is online. This is the workflow I'd like to reproduce.
If that's the experience you wish to have, here are the kinds of setups you need to use:
That's about it.
Interchangeable lens cameras don't really ...
Photographers are very concerned with accurate capture, and the art of photography deals with inherent limitations in 1) the difference of light perception between eye vs. camera, and 2) the nature of light in subject vs digital screen vs print. Strictly speaking, Polaroid-like photography is probably the only way that you can do live calibration, comparing ...
CaptureOne is another program that supports tethering and live view of just about every camera that supports that functionality. According to their Fuji camera support page, it doesn't appear the X100F supports tethering or remote live view:
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This is an old thread, but the A5000 can be used as a "webcam" using the OpenMemories-Tweak from ma1co on GitHub.
I've successfully used this procedure (modified slightly since I used the macos version of pmca-gui) to output clean (ie: no on-screen displays) 1080p from the micro HDMI port. I use a $15 USB 3.0 HDMI video capture device and have ...