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    Question Trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck

    I am trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck
    I have the cable... supposedly the right one IEEE1394....
    I connected to back and iMac under MacOS 10.6.8

    I tried with both CaptureOne 6.4.3 pro and Lightroom 4.0... and simply neither see the camera....

    I am trying to find where to download Mamiya Digital Photo Studio software just to know if it is a cable or software problem, but I just cannot find it anywhere... just and update that needs the full version already installed and I haven't got it.

    Any advice? I check the sticky about tips and did change the Type8Camera app as adviced... still no luck...

    Help please :-)

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    Re: Trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck

    Neither LightRoom nor Capture One supports tethering to a ZD.

    You must use the software mamiya was developing at the time (Mamiya Digital Photo Studio).

    If you're looking for a back that tethers to C1 or LR you'd need a back from Phase (C1), Hassy (LR), or Leaf (C1)*.

    *Make sure to check the release notes of each software package as some older Leaf and some older Hassy backs are not supported in C1 and LR respectively.
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    Re: Trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    Neither LightRoom nor Capture One supports tethering to a ZD.

    You must use the software mamiya was developing at the time (Mamiya Digital Photo Studio).

    If you're looking for a back that tethers to C1 or LR you'd need a back from Phase, Hassy, or Leaf.
    Yes it seems to be this way.... but... Where can I download the Mamiya Digital Studio? I cannot find it anywhere :-(

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    Re: Trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck

    Ok, I finally got the software. from:
    Mamiya Deutschland - Softwaredownload
    thanks to Doori on Lula site.

    Ok, thank you very much to people who helped, it works now. I confirm the software is really bad LOL but it works

    I checked my firmware, it says Camera firmware 0.00 and then firmware only so I assume it is for the back, 0.01 I understand this is the "latest" one.

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    Re: Trying to shoot tethered my Mamiya 645 ADDII with ZD back... no luck

    Quote Originally Posted by ericgibaud View Post
    Ok, I finally got the software. from:
    Mamiya Deutschland - Softwaredownload
    thanks to Doori on Lula site.

    Ok, thank you very much to people who helped, it works now. I confirm the software is really bad LOL but it works

    I checked my firmware, it says Camera firmware 0.00 and then firmware only so I assume it is for the back, 0.01 I understand this is the "latest" one.
    Hello,
    The link is not working anymore...
    By chance, would you have kept the installer?
    I am desperately trying to find the software to check my firmware version....

    Thks

    Valyno

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