Sony Alpha DSLR A900, A850, A700 tethered capture in Android
Unique solution for remotely controlling your Sony Alpha digital SLR from an Android phone or tablet.
- Release shutter
- Review camera settings
- Change shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure compensation, flash compensation
- Review taken image
- Track image history of a current session. You can view any taken image.
We are not providing a demo version of this application. The applciation is not avaliable on Android Market. You can order your copy here. You can check if your device is supported before ordering.
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Using the application
Plug the cord into your camera and your phone or tablet. Use OTG cable like on the picture below if your tablet don't has USB port. Most OTG (On-The-Go) cables works with every phones that supports OTG. But you should make sure that your phone or tablet really supports OTG and exact cable.
Turn on your camera. The following dialog will appeare. Select DNA Sony Alpha DSLR Tethered Capture from the menu. The application will be launched. The mentioned menu will appeare every time you'll connect your camera to your phone or tablet. You can avoid this dialog by selecting "Use by default for this USB accessory".
Check your camera settings. You can change Aperture, Exposure, ISO, Exposure compensation or Flash compensation. Select the setting you want to change from the menu and use plus and minus buttons to change it.
To take a picture you can use cameras shutter button or a shutter button of the application. You can also use your wire remote shutter release RM-S1AM or RMT-DSLR1 as well.
Your image will appeare in timeline. After a while it will appeare in preview pane. The preview will not appeared immediatly. The time is depending on your device speed. You can scroll images left and right if they will not fits in the screen. To review one of the shoots you can tap on it and a larger preview will be loaded. Click "Full Screen" button to review image without other controls.
You can zoom an image and scroll it. By default it fits the screen. You can use corresponding buttons to zoom an image in and out. You can return to the main view by tapping the "Close" button.