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Old 04-05-2015, 06:20 PM
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Fuji XE-2 & PC Remote Control

Any Fuji X series uses out there,

I'm wondering if/how I can control my Fuji from the PC as I would with EOS Utilities and my Canon DSLR's.

I've tried connecting the Fuji XE-2 via Wifi to "Fujifilm PC Autosave" software without success. Regardless of that success I don't think it would do anything more than save the files to the PC (no control of the camera).

Anyone know of control software for PC -> Fuji X ?

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Roger.
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Old 04-05-2015, 06:54 PM
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I have similar problem with X-M1, I would be happy to focus off laptop screen but that seems unlikely. With 1 usb and hdmi port, only 1 port active at a time. Cables max length 1.5m no usb hub allowed it all ends up in the too hard basket.
Hope you have some luck with this as these cameras can take some great images.
Clear skies Ken.
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Old 04-05-2015, 10:14 PM
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XT1 and I assume XE2 can be controlled via smartphone app and wifi. Its on the app store. Fuji remote from memory.

I believe the app was improved but I haven't used it beyond the original and more as a curiousity. it did have a range of about 20 metres or so.

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