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    Software for laptop monitor.

    Hi, I have a D7500 and I want to attach it to my macbook via an HDMI cable so that I can use the mac's monitor. I guess I can simply mirror what the D7500 is seeing but I'd like an app so I can use the mac to control the camera settings. Is there an app (preferably free!) that I can use?


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    Re: Software for laptop monitor.

    If you find out let me know please. I have a D-610 and use Macs , I sucked at editing BEFORE going to Macs 4 years ago
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    Re: Software for laptop monitor.

    I don't know of any that would allow a Mac or PC to control the camera although there might be something out there. The only two apps I know of are SnapBridge or Nikon Mobile Wireless Utility. Both should allow a SmartPhone to access info from the camera. SnapBridge is for the newer bodies and requires Wifi from your camera to work.
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    Re: Software for laptop monitor.

    CamRanger 2 will do what he wants, but it ain't free...

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    Re: Software for laptop monitor.

    Quote Originally Posted by brendanxx View Post
    Hi, I have a D7500 and I want to attach it to my macbook via an HDMI cable so that I can use the mac's monitor. I guess I can simply mirror what the D7500 is seeing but I'd like an app so I can use the mac to control the camera settings. Is there an app (preferably free!) that I can use?
    What you want to do is called "tethering". And you could try Mac Tethered from SofortBild but I don't know that the D7500 is supported.
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