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Can anyone verify that the silent electronic shutter on the A7S is (or is not) available via Sony's Smart Remote Control app? I'm hoping the camera could do double duty for both stills and video, and the silent shutter is a big draw, particularly for up-close (and therefore remotely controlled) wildlife shots. I've done this sort of thing with a blimped DSLR (tupperware and memory foam), which is awkward in the extreme. The A7S sounds perfect, but I've read that operating the thing in silent mode isn't possible via remote. Is that true? Thanks so much.
Greetings, I've run into an issue with remotely controlling the video on a Canon DSLR (5D2 and 7D) while maintaining EOS Utility. I need 150+ft range and USB drops off after ~30ft. I've tried USB to ethernet adapters since I was told ethernet doesn't drop off, but that hasn't worked yet - I was later told you would beed a network router for this to work? Does anyone know of a solution for wired control of a Canon DSLR so that the control through EOS utility is still functional. I have solutions for wirelessly triggering video with a pocketwizard setup, but I lose two very critical things; exposure control control and media download. The concept is to have a camera rigged in a location where repeated visits isn't an option - so exposure control and media download are key. I've read that the Canon wireless transmitters will also maintain the functionality of the EOS Utility - does anyone have experience with that? What do folks with these RC helicopters do for remote control of video? Probably a much bigger budget than I have... Thanks in advance for suggestions and advice. -Ronan