As a photographer, you have the ability to capture images that can tie us to the emotional truth of a single moment. But until an image is seen outside your camera, it only exists as a vision. When you get the photo off your camera, you can see it fully and work with it. Our cable and wireless tethering solutions are fast, reliable and affordable. You’ll work more efficiently, and with less effort, so you can bring your shots to life.
Image transfer is the foundation of tethering. Pros understand the value of getting images off your camera and to a computer or device, where you can see them more clearly and work with them in real-time. Get instant insights on the adjustments you need to make. Give yourself, and your clients, confidence that you've got the shot while saving time in post-production.
Tethering can benefit your photography creatively and commercially. In order for you to see the benefits, your first step is confirming the image transfer equipment you need for your workflow. Can your camera tether? What USB port does it have? What USB port does your computer have? Will your software ingest images from your camera? Tether Tools has you covered with answers to all these questions using our convenient search by camera tool. Find your compatible gear.
Wireless image transfer is advancing, making tethering possible in more places. When your job requires mobility, reach for the Air Direct Wireless Tethering System. Simulating a cabled connection, Air Direct creates a wireless connection for any camera that tethers, directly into your choice of capture software including Smart Shooter, Capture One, Lightroom Classic, among many others.
TetherPro Cables provide greater shielding to prevent signal interference or noise during image transmission. Air Direct creates a dedicated Wi-Fi network between your computer and camera, resulting in a more reliable wireless transfer. Tether Tools equipment is built to stand up to the rigor of daily use. Our products reduce frustration and failure points in your workflow, so you can focus on the photograph you want to create.