When a supported camera is connected, the Camera Settings tool allows you to make a number of adjustments to the camera settings. The following describes the basic instructions for control of a tethered camera. The range of settings available is dependent on the support for the camera model from the manufacturer. Capture One offers the most comprehensive control over the Phase One XF and IQ3 series digital backs, however, a wide range of settings can be accessed on the latest pro-oriented cameras from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
- In the Camera Settings tool, select the desired AE Mode from the fly-out menu.
- In this example, the Manual exposure mode was chosen, which means it is possible to adjust the Shutter Speed, Aperture and EV adj. Click on the - / + minus icons to make adjustments. A fly-out menu is offered as an option for Aperture, EV adj., and ISO, but compatibility is dependent on the camera model.
- Click on the fly-outs to alter WB (White Balance), File Format, Drive (mode), Metering Mode and AF Mode.
- The Camera Settings tool offers additional functionality depending on the camera model. Click on the disclosure triangles to reveal more settings and then click on the fly-out menus to make selections.
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non riesco a collegare sony ilce-7rm2 con capture one 20
Capture One 20 don't see my a7III connect by tether tool cable (USB 3.0 - usb-c) and I can't shoot in tethering.why?
Thank you for your comment.
Sony a7 III is supported in Capture One starting from version 10.2.1, please make sure that you have this version or a newer one.
Also, update the camera firmware to the latest one.
You may find these articles helpful as well:
Reconnecting a camera
is there a chance for a default setup to save pictures to Capture One and the CFe Card simuntaniously?
Otherwise I'd have to remember changing it every time I start C1 and the chance to forget is very high ;-)
Thanks for your help.
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