Shooting Tethered with Capture One Pro

April 4, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events , Software | Comment |

Phase One has announced a new free webinar focusing on tethered shooting with Capture One Pro. Svheduled for Wednesday, 9 April 2014, the session teaches participants about setting up a secure wireless connection for Capture One Pro and access its features. Phase One’s David Grover (pictured) will walk you through tethering and encourage your questions at two different times on the same day. To sign up, follow the link below.

Website: Phase One Webinar

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What are Two Powerful Aids That will Save You Time?

Wednesday April 9, 2014

Many leading cameras from Nikon and Canon, as well as from Phase One and Mamiya Leaf can capture images directly into Capture One Pro -- just connect the camera and shoot. This webinar focuses on two features that help make Capture One Pro the best choice for shooting directly to your computer. Learn how to setup a secure wireless connection for Capture One Pro and access powerful features for working tethered.


Go mobile while shooting tethered with Capture Pilot Un-tether your tethered shoot with an iOS app or web portal that you can use with any mobile device (iPhone, iPad, or Android) to view images, rate them and assess the shoot in progress. Clients can view the shoot while seated comfortably away from the capture station (no more monitor huddle). It’s a great tool for collaborating; it can be used by your stylist, assistant or model. It can also be used as a second monitor that you can use when you’re close to the camera. An additional iOS app allows you even to control your camera, capturing anywhere in the studio or on location.


Compatible cameras with Live View functionality can also transmit this live view images into Capture One Pro while shooting tethered. This is a great time-saving way to accurately focus and compose.

Phase One’s David Grover will walk you through tethering and encourage your questions; this is designed to be an interactive working session that will give you the tools and the know how that you need to create the best tethered workflow possible. The webinar is available at two different times on the same day. Please click this link below to sign up for the time that works best for you:

For a list of supported Canon and Nikon cameras, please see below:

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