Go behind-the-scenes in a New York City stairwell for a portrait shoot with a ballerina, out to Joshua Tree National Park for an engagement photo session, in a dark alley for a fire whip themed shoot, and much more.
To start shooting tethered, all you need is a camera, cable, and computer, it’s simple as that. Like any process, the more into it you get, the more involved it can become, but setting up a basic tethered photography system is easy to do. Learn
A camera that supports instant image transfer
A compatible cable to connect your camera to a computer
Proper computer software to receive the images being transfered
Case Air Wireless Tethering System
Wirelessly tether and control your camera from any portable device.
The TetherBoost Pro provides consistent power to maintain a stable connection for tethered image transfer when using a DSLR or medium-format digital back system connected to a computer via USB 3.0 cables – now at distances up to 65 feet.