Get Connected – Shooting Tethered with a USB/Firewire CableIn the studio or in more controlled environments where the camera and computer will not move much, your best bet is to likely shoot with the laptop on a Tether Table using a wired connection. This way, the computer can be anywhere that’s comfortable for the client and the images transfer as fast as possible directly from camera to the computer. There’s almost no delay between firing the shutter and seeing the images on screen.
Top 3 Reasons that Shooting Wired is the Way to Go for Your Job
- You need simplicity
- Speed and reliability
- Photo management
Cutting the Cord – Shooting Tethered with the Case Air Wireless Tethering SystemIn today’s world of new and shiny tech, there are more and more options to integrate wireless technology into our lives, and photography is no different. Released in late 2016, the award-winning Case Air has made quite the splash with photographers and opened up workflows not previously possible with traditional tethered photography.
Top 3 Reasons that Shooting Wirelessly is the Way to Go for Your Job
- Cables are not an option
- You want to view images on an iPad or iPhone
- Mobility and Portability