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How To Import Files from the Sony A7 to the iPad Air

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Sony A7S Connected to the iPad Air via USB Camera Adapter
Noah Leon shows us how to connect the Sony A7s to the Ipad Air in order to transfer the images or movies for editing on the go.

On the Sony A7, set the USB connection to MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) by going into the Menu, Toolbox, screen 4, 1st option.Connect the USB cable to the A7 (turned off) and the Apple Lightning to USB Adapter to the iPad Air.  Connect the cables together.Turn on the A7 and the Photos app on the iPad will open.  Click Import on the Photos app.Start selecting the images and videos and press Import again to begin the process.
In the video below, Noah continues to show how he edits video files on the go using the Pinacle Studio app on the iPad.

Apple Camera Raw Update 3.9 Adds NEX-5N

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NEX-5N RAW Files Now Compatible with iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3


Apple's iPhoto 'll and Aperture 3 Photo Suites now recognizes Sony Alpha NEX-5N, SLT-A65, and SLT-A77 RAW files.

You will need OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard or 10.7.2 Lion in order to apple the update. Check it out at apple.com.

Sony NEX-5 iPhone Remote Shutter App

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bikr posted a proof of concept for Apple for the upcoming Sony NEX-5 remote shutter release app for the Apple iPhone.
The App sends the Sony NEX-5 an IR signal through a transmitter connected to the iPhone. Two shutter release signals can be sent, immediate release and with a 2 second delay. The Sony NEX-5 remote below has the same capability.

The Sony NEX-5 iPhone Remote Shutter App should also be able to control other Sony Alpha cameras with IR receivers. The NexRemote App will be in the iPhone App Store soon.

A suggestion would be to make it an intervalometer App for time lapse photography.

Adobe Updates Photoshop and Lightroom to Support NEX RAW files

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Adobe has released the Adobe® Photoshop® Camera Raw 6.2 plug-in and Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 3.2 updates which support the Sony NEX-5 and NEX-3 RAW files. We can now edit RAW files taken with the NEX in Windows machines with either Photoshop CS5 or Lightroom 3.

Camera Raw 6.2 and Lightroom 3.2 also adds Lens Profile Support for the Sony E 18-55mm OSS Lens which corrects distortion, chromatic aberration, and vignetting.

Apple released Sony NEX RAW support about a week ago.

•Newly supported camera models include:
Casio EXILIM EX-FH100 (DNG*)Leica S2 (DNG*) Panasonic DMC-FZ100Panasonic DMC-FZ40 (FZ45)Panasonic DMC-LX5 Pentax 645D Samsung NX10 Samsung TL500 (EX1) Sony A290 Sony A390 Sony Alpha NEX-3 Sony Alpha NEX-5
You can read more about the updates here, Lightroom Journal.

Download Lightroom 3.2 Release Candidate with NEX RAW support for Macintosh and Windows.

Download Camera Raw 6.2 plug-in with NEX RAW support for Macintosh and Windows.

Apple Adds Sony NEX RAW Support for OSX

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Apple updated their Camera Raw Compatibility to v3.3. This adds support for Sony NEX-3 and NEX-5 RAW files. You can now use Aperture and iPhoto to open and edit Sony NEX RAW files.

Summary
Learn which digital camera RAW files are supported by Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard or later.

Many digital cameras offer options to save pictures in digital camera RAW format. Digital camera RAW formats retain more image information than JPEGs and can produce better results when used with imaging applications such as Aperture and iPhoto. Mac OS X Leopard provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats from the following cameras:

Products Affected
Mac OS X 10.5, Aperture, iPhoto

Supported by Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.3
Canon PowerShot SX1 ISOlympus E-PL1Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10Samsung NX10 Sony Alpha DSLR-A390Sony Alpha NEX-3Sony Alpha NEX-5


Let's go Adobe! Time to update Adobe ACR.

Thanks Apple!

How to Use the NEX-5 with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit

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Here is a step by step tutorial on how to import photos from the Sony NEX-5 camera to the iPad with the use of the Camera Connection Kit.
Turn on Sony NEX Camera.Press Menu button > Setup > USB Connection > Mass Storage Turn off NEX Camera.Connect iPad USB reader from Camera Connection Kit to USB cable from NEX-5.Connect USB reader to iPad. Make sure the iPad is not in sleep mode. Turn on NEX Camera.The iPad will start displaying photos from NEX-5 memory card.We had Date folders in the NEX-5 but the iPad displayed all the photos at once.Select the photos to be imported by clicking on each one, or select none if you will import all the photos.Click the Import button and choose whether to Import only the Selected Photos or All of the photos.The iPad will start importing the photos, wait until all the blue checks turn green.RAW files can be imported, but due to their size, take longer to import than JPGs.Choose whether to Keep or Delete the imported photos from the NEX-5 memory …