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i can not see pictures taken using tethering lightroom

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Hello everyone, first of all i want to thank all your support. I have a Canon EOS rebel SL3 (250D) and i connect to my laptop lenovo T570, so i open Lightroom Classic to start using Tethering, i plugged in via USB and Lightroom detects it, when i start using the "tethering bar" to start taking pictures. I cannot see any of the pictures taken in Lightroom Classic. Im very confused because if i use the software from canon it works properly and can import images to Lightroom from another folder too.

 

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i can not see pictures taken using tethering lightroom

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Hello everyone, first of all i want to thank all your support. I have a Canon EOS rebel SL3 (250D) and i connect to my laptop lenovo T570, so i open Lightroom Classic to start using Tethering, i plugged in via USB and Lightroom detects it, when i start using the "tethering bar" to start taking pictures. I cannot see any of the pictures taken in Lightroom Classic. Im very confused because if i use the software from canon it works properly and can import images to Lightroom from another folder too.

 

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What 'Destination' folder have you set in the Tether Capture dialog?

What Folder do you have selected in the Folder panel? Is it the 'Destination' folder?

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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Thank you so much for reply. Here i attached 2 images where i point to the same folder. I start taking pictures and no image appears. If you need some extra information to help please let me know

tethering-01.jpgtethering-02.jpg

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Unless there is something I'm unaware of, that camera model doesn't seem to be on the list of Canon models supported for tethered shooting.

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/kb/tethered-camera-support.html

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Hello there JimHess, today i updated my Lightroom Classic to 9.4 this program gives me a link to see the cameras supported. 

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html

 

In this link i can see my Canon EOS Rebel SL3. Am i doing something wrong? Because after update my software i have the same error in my laptop. Thank you for your support 😃 !

 

JMolano1029_1-1598222949807.png

 

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Jim is correct! The camera is not listed in supported cameras.

You can use the Canon utility (that does work), and you can set up AUTO IMPORT in Lr-Classic to automatically have the files appear in LrC. The Canon software will tether files to its 'Destination' folder- Set this folder as the 'Watched' folder in the Auto Import dialog, and then a final 'Destination' folder for the final resting place of the files (in Lighrtroom-C).

Note: The 'Watched' folder (files from the Canon) must be empty when setting up Auto Import.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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I'm afraid i found some external adobe link who pointed 8.3 UPGRADE and appears to be work fine with this camera. I tried to use the method you mencioned and it works pretty well. Maybe this camera in future upgrades will be 100% compatible. Thank you so much for support

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