Hi guys, looking for some advice here. I normally shoot Hassy tethered to Phocus, or Canon to Capture One, but I own a Sony A7rII which I have been using for some work too and decided to try tethering it today. It was working fine but I ran into a problem when shooting directly overhead, camera pointing down to a table top, in portrait orientation for a magazine cover. The image comes into the computer in landscape orientation, and even after rotating it the following capture is landscape again.
Is there any way to lock the orientation to avoid this? It's pretty much unusable if not, especially with a crop applied, an overlay on etc. I can't rotate every capture manually with clients there etc. There is nothing I can see in the camera settings to fix it, but I really hope I'm wrong!!