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How about tethered shooting for Sony users too?

Therthered shooting with ON1 sounds great, until I got to the “Nikon and Canon only” part—wham, another pie in the face for us Sony shooters. There are way too many examples of this exclusion already involving third party lenses, and various worthwhile accessories (CamRanger comes to mind). Especially with Sony practically creating the whole high-end mirrorless market singlehandedly, the demand for pro-level features like tethering is unquestionably growing among Sony owners. Let me add my voice to the disgruntled masses clamoring for equal treatment to Nikon/Canon owners. What’s the impediment exactly— is it some kind of licensing problem?

Thanks for listening to this rant.

11 comments on “How about tethered shooting for Sony users too?”

  1. On February 18, 2018 at 4:53 pm Sarath wrote:

    Yes please, I would like the tethering extended to Sony cameras.
    Thanks.

  2. On February 25, 2018 at 7:09 pm ealto23 wrote:

    My primary camera for video or still photography are Sony brand. Second brand is Cannon. I like the idea and support it. Love the sofware On1 phogography to manipulate and organize photos.

  3. On March 2, 2018 at 2:58 pm Robert wrote:

    I also agree, I guess I should have done my research.

  4. On March 18, 2018 at 2:56 pm John Couvaras wrote:

    Wish there was one huge comparison fact sheet with all these issues listed, so one can see where this program really is at.
    We looking to move from LR – but can’t at the moment.
    We need Sony tethering else it a no go.

  5. On March 21, 2018 at 8:01 pm John Couvaras wrote:

    Support this request.
    We currently shoot with Sony gear and tether with C1.
    Trying to leave LR as our editor and workflow control program.
    Wishing and hoping to get down to just one program.
    Hoping ON1 gets there as we can’t use 3 progs

  6. On October 29, 2018 at 3:37 pm Stephen Hopkirk wrote:

    Very disappointed to see that Sony tethering is not included in ON1 PR2019, or at least the beta version. As Sony is now a major force in the camera world and used by many professional portrait shooters because of its fantastic eye focus surely it will be another feather on ON1’s hat to include tethering for Sony cameras please?

  7. On February 8, 2019 at 3:31 am VERLON SMITH wrote:

    Sony is now too big a brand to overlook this unless there is some kind of license issue. Please add.

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