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Tethered Shooting for Fuji X cameras

While I understand the need for Canon and Nikon, There are a lot of Fuji users as well.

18 comments on “Tethered Shooting for Fuji X cameras”

  1. On February 26, 2018 at 5:43 pm John FitzGerald wrote:

    There is an increasing number of people using Fuji X cameras, and also Sony users. While one might expect Adobe to continue to ignore them out would be wonderful if On1 took us into consideration. I used to use a Canon tethered from time to time. Would dearly love to be able to do the same with my Fuji cameras. Any chance some time soon?

  2. On March 3, 2018 at 3:47 am Joao Neves wrote:

    Definitely! Guys, this is one of the few reasons why I cannot switch to On1 from lightroom+photoshop.
    1. Tethered shoot with my lovely fuji x-t2 camera
    2. Liquify tool like photoshop (once you’ve used this tool to work on portraits, life will never be the same again!
    3. Ability to organise my photos by using smart albums and collections of smart albums (albums in albums).

    So, please keep it up

  3. On March 3, 2018 at 4:18 am Ron Saltzman wrote:

    The Fuji X community is gaining every day. The new X-H1 offers unique features for video (Eterna film simulation) as well photo, which will increase the community…so please make this a priority!

  4. On March 7, 2018 at 6:38 am Bernd Pfann wrote:

    I would also like to see tethered shooting for Fuji, based on the fact I’m using my Fuji gear at studio as well! So please include this feature as soon as possible :-)

    I love ON1

  5. On March 10, 2018 at 6:51 am Stu Eddins wrote:

    I want this too, and I’ll up-vote it when Fujifilm permits it. Remember, Fuji has to make their API available to developers before tethered shooting can be built for any of the Fuji cameras. So far Fuji hasn’t done that, and hacking into a camera’s code isn’t an option on a lot of levels.

    We should go make some noise on Fuji boards asking them to open up their API.

    Same goes for Sony, Pentax, and Olympus. If these manufacturers won’t grant API access, there’ll be no tethered shooting from other developers.

    1. On May 4, 2018 at 1:28 am Astrid Hall replied:

      Fuji must have permitted it because the Fuji tethered plug-in for Lightroom exists. I happily paid for it at the time before LR switched to an all subscription basis.

  6. On May 4, 2018 at 1:26 am Astrid Hall wrote:

    Please add tethered shooting for Fuji. If you have doubts, ask your users how many would like tethered shooting for Fuji and/or how many own a Fuji or are considering switching to Fuji.

  7. On August 15, 2018 at 1:38 am Hanny Ooms wrote:

    Indeed, YES PLEASE tethered shooting for Fuji asap! I went from Canon to Fuji 2 weeks ago and I’m loving it. They offer so much more than Canon. Please On1 team, give us this before the end of the year!

  8. On August 25, 2018 at 1:12 pm Peter Hicks wrote:

    On1 does a sterling job of supporting fuji users, so can we have tethered shooting for fuji please

  9. On September 9, 2018 at 4:48 am Mathieu Chiasson wrote:

    Go we need that! It would be awesome. PLUS I’d use it to do live demos in front of groups, what a great way to promote On1, right!?!

  10. On October 8, 2018 at 11:57 am Kevin Downey wrote:

    There are a lot of us X-Shooters out there needed a great tethering solution!

  11. On November 13, 2018 at 5:13 pm Terry Bourk wrote:

    Absolutely! I need tethered shooting with my X-T2 before I sign up for ON1.

  12. On November 19, 2018 at 9:25 am Alfred Stegmeyer wrote:

    This is my em and response from ON1 Support. If this is going to happen… we need to figure a way to get all the Fuji shooters asking for this feature. I’ve had Nikon. Fuji’s make a better image with less hassle and less weight.


    Thank you for contacting ON1 Support.

    We appreciate your interest in ON1 PHOTO RAW and are always looking for valuable user feedback and suggestions.

    Please visit our ON1 Photo RAW page for feedback and feature requests where you can submit ideas that are then voted on by the community for possible inclusion in a future release.


    We appreciate you taking the time to contact us.

    Let us know if we can be of further assistance.

    Stevie | Tech Support & QA Engineer

    Alfred Stegmeyer
    Nov 18, 16:53 PST

    Fuji please!! Fuji is rocking the market. Lightroom plug-in is junk.
    The Fuji app is also lame. Live view. HDMI to usb ? 3 ?


  13. On January 23, 2019 at 2:16 pm Gary Guthrie wrote:

    Having tethered shooting for our Fujis would be complete the On1 loop for many of us.

  14. On April 20, 2019 at 9:29 am andy jowett wrote:

    I have just joined the community and have a Fuji XT3 and would really appreciate being able to shoot tethered.

  15. On May 17, 2019 at 4:16 pm Hanny Ooms wrote:

    I have a Fuji XT2 since a few months. Love it and would really appreciate to be able to shoot tethered!
    PLEASE ON 1 team . . .

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