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Tethered Shooting Panel Vs. Floating Bar in Lightroom Classic

Community Beginner ,
Oct 21, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

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When I was shooting with my Sony A7RIV, I was using the Sony software to live view images tethered wireless in the studio.  My primary studio camera is a Fujifilm GFX100S so with the large files I am shooting tethered and setting up Lightroom Classic to do that.  Out of habit, I will frequently turn off and turn on the camera during a 4+ hour photoshoot to save camera battery power.  The floating tethered bar that shows up DIRECTLY IN THE MIDDLE OF MY SCREEN drives me NUTZ!  Is there a way to drag this to the top and save a location or ideally have a control panel that activates once you have a powered on camera tethered?  I see some really old threads mentioning this....I really DO NOT want to have to buy Capture One as their free Express version does not offer a tethered feature.  Am I missing something?  How can make that floating bar go  away FOREVER!

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LEGEND ,
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As I understand it, natural tethering in LrC fir that camera is not supported, that Fujifilm plug-in is required.

 

You may want to visit Fujifilm support pages and blogs an forums on this.

 

Looking at the following link, it looks like the minimum plug-in version is 1.19.0 for that camera, a newer version v1.20.0 exists, but your issue is not included in the notes:

 

https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/support/download/software/tether-plugin-pro-for-gfx/

 

Perhaps a screenshot may help communicate what you are seeing, that might give someone an ah-ha moment.

 

 

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