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Aug 20, 2020

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Could anyone give me instructions on how to tether to Nikon D7200 with Lightroom? 

 

I figured out how to use the "+" symbol on the left to browse then add photos from the camera but I want to tether to the camera so that photos automatically load and appear when I take them. 

 

I have searched extensively for help on this but none of the instructions work. They refer to Lightoom Classic or they say File, Tether, and there is no Tehter option on my File menu. 

 

I can't figure out how to match the name of my product to the names I am seeing on the internet instrucitons. Do I need a different product to tether or can I tether with this product? 

 

From Help, System Info, it says: 

 

Lightroom version: 3.4 X64 [ 20200804-0825-1542eef ] (Aug 4 2020)

 

But then in Lightroom, About, it says "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom" 

 

And none of these phrases match what I see in help articles about possible version names so I just can't figure this out! 

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Correct answer by Jim_Wilde | Adobe Community Professional

Tethering is not supported in Lightroom at all. All the articles you will have seen refer to Lightroom Classic, which does support tethering, including the D7200.

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How to Tether

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Could anyone give me instructions on how to tether to Nikon D7200 with Lightroom? 

 

I figured out how to use the "+" symbol on the left to browse then add photos from the camera but I want to tether to the camera so that photos automatically load and appear when I take them. 

 

I have searched extensively for help on this but none of the instructions work. They refer to Lightoom Classic or they say File, Tether, and there is no Tehter option on my File menu. 

 

I can't figure out how to match the name of my product to the names I am seeing on the internet instrucitons. Do I need a different product to tether or can I tether with this product? 

 

From Help, System Info, it says: 

 

Lightroom version: 3.4 X64 [ 20200804-0825-1542eef ] (Aug 4 2020)

 

But then in Lightroom, About, it says "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom" 

 

And none of these phrases match what I see in help articles about possible version names so I just can't figure this out! 

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Correct answer by Jim_Wilde | Adobe Community Professional

Tethering is not supported in Lightroom at all. All the articles you will have seen refer to Lightroom Classic, which does support tethering, including the D7200.

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Tethering is not supported in Lightroom at all. All the articles you will have seen refer to Lightroom Classic, which does support tethering, including the D7200.

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Got it working, thank you! I can't imagine why someone thought it was a good idea to create so many products that all have the same name and conflicting overlapping names. 

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Many of us have provided that feedback (the naming being too confusing) to Adobe in no uncertain terms. I don't think that will ever change though

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