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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 ...


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Panasonic have a Mac/Win tethering solution - https://av.jpn.support.panasonic.com/support/global/cs/soft/download/d_lumixtether.html idk whether it would satisfy your need, but as the images would be straight to your Mac, presumably you could sort by date so your last image is at the top then use Finder to rename.


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There are two distinct versions of Canon's EOS Utility. Cameras older than around 2012-14 use EOS Utility 2.x.xx, while cameras since that time use EOS Utility 3.x.xx. EOS cameras released in the period around 2012-14 are compatible with either version. Both versions can be installed simultaneously on the same computer. If a camera from the "overlap&...


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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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For Mac users - a new webcam app. I'm adding this to existing 'webcam' questions for future searchers. I am in no way affiliated with this product or the company making it - this is a simple user to user recommendation. I just discovered this today, announced on DPReview a new product called Cascable Pro Webcam £40 [£30 for the first week to 24 July 2020] I'...


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You can connect the HDMI output to a separate monitor or computer and have live view displayed on both. This is useful for better detailed preview, letting clients see what's going on, or for educational uses. I'm pretty certain this works with every Nikon that has HDMI output. But, if you also connect USB for tethered control or file transfer then the HDMI ...


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With the following setup I am able to see LiveView simultaneously on my laptop and on my camera: Canon 550D USB connection Windows 10 version 1909 EOS webcam utility 1.0 for the 600D I understand this is not a Nikon, but I wanted to post this answer to note that it's not an inherent DSLR limitation. Perhaps you can try and connect your camera via the Nikon ...


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I don't think this is possible [though I'd love to be proven wrong]. I'd think of it in the same way as trying to drive two monitors from a low-end graphics card. One screen, fine; two screens, no, not even in mirrored mode.


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Lightroom (Classic - as the desktop version is called nowadays) should support the Canon 5D since Version 3. I am not aware that the support was ever revoked. https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/kb/tethered-camera-support.html Capture One Pro indeed does no longer support it. https://www.captureone.com/en/resources/tech-specs/camera-support-canon


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According to this document you can use Lightroom to tether Canon EOS 5D. Based on the version you can buy and use even a perpetual license (Lightroom 6). Here is link in Amazon (currently not available)


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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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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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Yes, you can monitor LIVE! Go to your camera menu, select [SETTINGS][HDMI]{Device Control] set of [OFF]. Works like a Champ!


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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 ...


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As of July 2020, GoPro released a beta firmware that supports webcam mode (only on HERO8 Black). Your computer detects the camera as a webcam in this case and you can use it with existing tools that support webcam capture. How to Use HERO8 Black as a Webcam explains this in more detail.


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