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@Rikk Lo que pasa es que no es aceptable la manera de tratar Adobe a Olympus, y lo trata como la oveja negra, teniendo limitaciones, no me crea un flujo de trabajo para mis sesiones de fotos, dejaré de usar Adobe en los proximos dias. su negligencia es continua y sus directrices con Olympus OM-D 5 Mark II me deja sin palabras, si no hay anclaje con Olympus me doy de baja
@Rikk What happens is that the way Adobe treats Olympus is not acceptable, and it treats it like the black sheep, having limitations, it does not create a workflow for my photo sessions, I will stop using Adobe in the next few days . her negligence is continuous and her guidelines with Olympus OM-D 5 Mark II leaves me speechless, if there is no anchor with Olympus I unsubscribe
7 m ago
@Rikk No es tan oficial, la respuesta, lo usais para no dar soporte de algo que tenia que estar activado por defecto cuando usas el programa que para eso pago.,
It is not so official, the answer, you use it to not support something that had to be activated by default when you use the program that I pay for.,
@Rikk I'm afraid that you missed the point. Lightroom Classic tethering just doesn't work reliably. Your professional photographers have either migrated to Capture 1 or have had to by Tether Tools because LR can't sync to a camera. I'm using a Sony a7R4 and it just won't tether. It suggests I turn the camera off and on or reboot my PC. Instead, I just spin up Tether Tools and get on with my shoot. It would be nice if LR Classic actually worked, but I guess that's too much to ask.
4 m ago
@Rikk Nunca a funcionado, está limitado y capada la acción con las cámaras que no son Canon, así de claro. Mentir mucho en Adobe
@huw_morgan_3542288 There's a very good reason your Sony "just won't tether to Lightroom"... it isn't designed to. Here's the list of cameras supported for tethering: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/kb/tethered-camera-support.html.
Adding tethering support requires assistance from the manufacturers, usually by means of publishing an SDK, as well as a large enough market share to make it worth the engineering time.
This thread is a feature request thread for Adobe to add support for additional cameras but for now, Tether Tools is the recommended solution for Sony.
Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen
Author of Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ and Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro books.
No soporta Fuji XT3. No merece la pena pagar por algo que esta capado, sin funcionar.
Por eso los fotografos se pasan a Capture One 21
Hi @Victoria_Bampton_Lightroom_Queen ,
this is not correct: your can perfectly tether with Sony Cameras if you just use Capturte One.
So it's not that this is impossible - yes, from the SDK point of view it's not designed, but the Sony Cameras themselves can do it.
If Adobe would like to integrate this there will be a way getting Sony to disclose the needed API to Adobe...
Están limitadas la mayoría de las cámaras
I shoot with the Nikon Z6ii and since november waiting for the tethering option.... This takes way too long to be updated!!!!!!!
Fuji have chosen to create their own plugins independent of Lightroom. $29 for the ordinary version, and I think $89 for the pro version with Live View. They're available on the Adobe Exchange. They've never made a public SDK for anyone else to make plugins, so for this talk to Fuji.
@Alina Bruechmann Sorry, yes, I see that sentence could be read multiple ways. I'm not saying it's not possible for the cameras to tether. I'm saying LIGHTROOM isn't designed to tether with Sony directly at this time, and nor does Adobe advertise that as a feature. The list of cameras supported for tether is limited.
C1 has come to a business agreement with Sony and has the access to information that they need to support Sony tethering. Adobe does not have such an arrangement at this time. Why exactly, we don't know. My suspicion is that Sony's agreement with C1 has an exclusivity clause, but who knows.
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