Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Sony added multi-camera tracking feature to M&C app

Sony has released a new update for its Monitor & Control (M&C) mobile application, making it even easier for users to remotely monitor and control camera images from smartphones and tablets. This update stands out especially with its multi-camera monitoring feature. The new 2.0.0 version allows users to control and preview four cameras simultaneously, offering similar functionality to the Final Cut Camera iOS app update that Apple released in May.

This new multi-camera tracking feature from Sony is only available for iPadOS users. This feature can work over both wired and wireless connections using Wi-Fi or hotspot. This provides great convenience, especially for professionals shooting in remote locations.

The updated app now supports a wider range of Sony cameras. Burano, FX6, FX3, FX30, Alpha 1, Alpha 9 III and Alpha 7S III models are included in this scope. Thanks to this broad support, users can work seamlessly with various Sony camera models.

Full Screen Viewing feature

Sony also added the Full Screen Viewing feature to solve the problem of cropping or resizing screenshots that its users have been complaining about for a long time. This feature allows uninterrupted live view viewing on all supported camera models. Thus, users can watch the images they receive from their cameras in full screen, without missing any details.

With the update, users can now select and customize up to three tools on their screen. These tools include frame rate, sensitivity, shutter speed, ND filter, appearance and white balance settings. This improvement allows users to adjust shooting settings more quickly and efficiently.

The new version of the M&C app improves the user experience by offering more intuitive controls. The ability to adjust shooting settings quickly and easily is a feature of the application developed for professional users. Thanks to these features, users can save time during shooting.

Version 2.0.0 of the M&C application can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play. Sony aims to offer a better experience to its users with this update. In this way, both iOS and Android users can benefit from the new features of the application.

Sony has not yet provided definitive information on whether new features and improvements will be offered to iPhone and Android users. However, it is thought that support for these platforms may be provided in future updates in line with user feedback. This shows how much Sony cares about user needs.

Danish Kapoor