Be as specific as possible when reporting issues and *ALWAYS* include the full version number of the application you are using and your exact *CAMERA MODEL*
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Still have my eye on an EOS M for field imaging to cut down on weight and improve the portability and performance of my grab and go set up. Am certain that at some point Canon will see the light and reinstate natively supported tethered shooting. As a result I check every few months to see if it has happened. I googled it today and lo and behold came across a tethered shooting and image management program called Capture One Pro 8 who recently released an update which adds tethered shooting support for the 6D and the EOS M! Considering the number of articles and posts and reviews of the M that basically say this would be the perfect compact mirrorless grab and go astronomy camera if it only allowed tethered shooting the fact that one software developer has managed to achieve what so many seek seems odd.
Any idea how they have achieved this and whether it means BYE may be able to soon offer EOS M support too?
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