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is it just me? I have been trying to use the newish Sony tethered software ,Remote,  but cannot get it to see my A7r2. 

 

Tethering works perfectly well with Capture one but all I get is a message telling me to change usb to remote which , obviously , it already is set to.

 

the other parts of the software , viewer and edit work ok on already downloaded images 

 

The original Sony remote pc software also finds the camera with no issues.

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On their website at says..
"*1  As of November 2017, Remote Shooting using Imaging Edge is not supported.

Use Remote Camera Control instead."

 

So I guess its not you..   :)
but thanks for the heads-up it exists!  ;)

 

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On their website at says..

"*1  As of November 2017, Remote Shooting using Imaging Edge is not supported.

Use Remote Camera Control instead."

 

So I guess its not you..   :)

but thanks for the heads-up it exists!   ;)

This note is for some A mount cameras, the A7R2 should work. I have an A7ii and an A7Riii and both work perfectly with Edge, remote. 

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This note is for some A cameras, the A7R2 should work. I have an A7ii and an A7Riii and both work perfectly with Edge, remote. 

well mine certainly won't still I use C1 pro anyway so it's not a major issue I suppose, just a bit annoying 

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