Hulbs...thanks for the link to CaptureOne Pro. Will be giving that a trial. Would like to find out more about tethering (in the field)...tried it with my 64GB iPad via USB and it could not handle the transfer of files so large...and then try to delete them all. ..CaptureOne Pro is a resource hog, so it's necessary to run a higher powered laptop or desktop to take advantage of it....I don't think they have an iPad version of the capture software...they do have a neat thing where while I'm shooting to a computer, an iPad can "mirror" the shoot as it's progressing, so I can hand an iPad to a client on the couch, and they can "follow along" with the shoot in the other room...beats the heck out of polaroid.. :)..anyway, you can also shoot to a card, and import the raw files into the CaptureOne application, as the raw file handling is the best in the world, with phenomenal highlight and shadow controls, and of course, exposure, contrast, color balance, saturation, sharpening, etc, etc....in the end, your "project" is nicely contained in a folder, with all your raw and process files, which in my case, I copy to multiple external HD's and eventually store in 2 locations....I'm probably just over 20TB's of saved projects, most of it junk.. :)
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