FUJIFILM Tether Plug-in PRO - Users Guide 6

Using the Control Panel in the PC mode (operation from Mac or PC)

  1. CAMERA / PC mode selection buttons
  2. Name of the camera connected
  3. Histogram display selection bar
  4. Histogram display
  5. Navigator display selection bar
  6. Navigator display
  7. Assist Tool display selection bar
  8. Automated Shooting display selection bar
  9. Image Quality Settings menu display selection bar
  10. Focus Settings menu display selection bar
  11. Shooting Settings menu display selection bar
  12. Setup menu display selection bar
  13. Image Information menu display selection bar
  14. Live View / Preview selection buttons
  15. Zoom settings
  16. Information display area
  17. Image display area
  18. Exposure Condition settings and display
  19. AE-L button
  20. AF-L button
  21. Focus Settings button
  22. Shutter Release button

* The items to be displayed and functions available vary depending on which camera is connected.

CAMERA / PC mode selection buttons
When you want to switch from the CAMERA mode to the PC mode, or from the PC mode to the CAMERA mode, click the applicable mode selection button.

Live View / Preview selection buttons
Use these buttons to select the type of image to be displayed in the image display area.
In the PC mode, both the PREVIEW and LIVEVIEW options are available.
When [PREVIEW] is selected, captured images are transferred and displayed in the image display area one after another.
When [LIVEVIEW] is selected, live image shown in the camera’s viewfinders is displayed in the image display area.

Display selection bars
Use these bars to individually display and hide tools such as Histogram, Navigator, Assist Tools, Automated Shooting function, Image Quality Settings menu, AF/MF Settings menu, Shooting Settings menu, Setup menu, and Image Information menu

Assist Tool display selection bar
Use this bar to display the Assist Tools. Select the Tools for assistance in checking images.

OVERLAY

Check the Overlay box to overlay a specified image on a captured image.  You can also adjust the image’s opacity, scale, rotation and display location.

GUIDELINES

Check the Guidelines box to display grid and guidelines in the image display area. You can specify guideline color and use the mouse to drag the guidelines to a different position.

OVER/UNDER-EXPOSURE WARNINGS

Check the Over / Under-Exposure Warnings box to show highlight clipping and shadow clipping in the image display area.

Automated Shooting display selection bar
Use this bar to display Automated Shooting tools.

EXPOSURE BRACKETING

This tool allows you to specify exposure conditions for exposure bracketing. Note that using this function increases the number of shots taken. This is useful for blending multiple exposures for HDR. Prepare an exposure blending application separately. This can be used in combination with FOCUS BRACKETING.

FOCUS BRACKETING

This tool enables focus bracketing with graduated change of focus positions.  Note that using this function increases the number of shots taken.  This is useful for stacking multiple exposures for focus stacking.  Prepare an exposure stacking application separately.
Specify one end of focus-bracketing range as End-point1 and the other end as End-point2.  Click on applicable positions on your image, using the eye dropper tool, to specify the end points.
This can be used in combination with EXPOSURE BRACKETING.

INTERVAL TIMER SHOOTING

This tool offers functionality equivalent to the camera’s Interval Timer Shooting. This cannot be used in combination with other bracketing functions.

Image Quality Settings menu display selection bar
Use this bar to specify some of the settings in the camera’s Image Quality Settings menu. Items available vary depending on which camera is connected to the computer. See your camera’s Owner’s Manual for details. 

Focus Settings menu display selection bar
Use this bar to operate some of the functions in the Focus Settings menu and the functions of the Focus Mode Lever. Items available vary depending on which camera is connected to the computer. See your camera’s Owner’s Manual for details.

FOCUS AREA

Check the Focus Area box to make Focus Area changes, using the image display area. See your camera’s Owner’s Manual for details.

Shooting Settings menu display selection bar
Use this bar to specify some of the items in the camera’s Shooting Settings menu. Items available vary depending on which camera is connected to the computer. See your camera’s Owner’s Manual for details.

Setup menu display selection bar
Use this bar to specify some of the items in the camera’s Setup menu. Items available vary depending on which camera is connected to the computer. See your camera’s Owner’s Manual for details.

DATE/TIME

Use this function to apply the date and time on your Mac or PC to the camera.

FRAMING GUIDELINE

If you can see this menu (depending on the connected camera model), use it to modify the camera’s HD Framing Guideline to suit your preference.
The camera remembers the adjustment even after tethered shooting is completed.

BACKUP/RESTORE CAMERA SETTINGS

If your camera shows this menu, use it to create a back-up file containing all the settings in your camera, or restore saved settings in your camera. This allows you to switch camera settings instantaneously or apply identical settings to multiple cameras.

Image Information menu display selection bar
Use this bar to define and modify Exif data the camera generates and attaches to each image file, including copyright information and user comments.  The camera remembers the settings even after tethered shooting is completed.

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