Frage zu Sony Alpha 7 III Body (24 Mpx, Vollformat)
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Kann ich die Bilder auch direkt auf mein Smart Phone übertragen? Wenn ja, ist der Prozess einfach oder mühsam?
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you can simply connect your phone to the camera via an application (available on iOS and Android) and import the pictures you want. The first time you try to connect one another may be tricky but it's pretty straightforward once you did it a few times.
Note that the pictures won't be imported in RAW format but will be converted to JPEG format, so quality will be lower from a standard RAW edit on computer.
Excellent, thank you. Can you tell me if I can also use the app on my smart phone as a remote control for the camera?
yes, it's one of the main reason why i installed the app originally ^^ For long exposure shots, you can't push the shutter speed further than 30sec if you don't connect your smartphone (well you can but pressing the button will move the camera and your shot will be ruined). Instead, the camera will go in "bulb" mode (from sony website: helpguide.sony.net/ilc/1720...)
It's good to know that your smartphone app won't be as generous in terms of settings possibilities than a remote, but it will do the job if you're just trying to take long exposure shots without touching your camera.
FYI, the app used to be called "playmemories" but it's name has changed, and it is now "Imaging Edge Mobile" (it took me sometime to figure this out when i wanted to download the app ^^)
I just checked on the app and here is what it allows you to do :
-switch between shooting modes
-Location information Linkage (gives a precise localisation of your shot, linked to your pictures)
-change exposure mode
-continuous shooting settings
-Zoom(when a powerzoom lens is attached)
-exposure (if it's manually set on 0 on the camera physical button)
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