What Windows machine or Surface Tablet works best...
... with Sony A7RII for wireless remote shooting?
The reason I'm asking is that the firmware for Godox lights and triggers in the X system require a Windows computer to download and install.
I've been a Mac guy for years, but am wondering if I might not be better off getting a Windows computer or a Surface Tablet if it also provides better support for wireless remote shooting from the A7RII. The tablet would be ideal since it will also work well in the field.
Suggestions from Windows and Surface users will be appreciated.
PS: I've gone the Windows double OS approach before but its not an approach I like very much.
Re: What Windows machine or Surface Tablet works best...
I use a tablet (android) to wirelessly fire my A7r2. I'm not sure you can control it from a PC, just download images (which I've not tried). The help guide is worth checking but I don't see a wireless option. I think Capture 1 may have tethered control ...
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