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ControlMyCanon

Canon DSLR Tethering.  Now it’s easy.

Features? We got 'em.

What's the difference between ControlMyCanon Standard and Pro?

Pro gives you more licenses, can ‘Send Image to Batch File’, ‘Print Reports’, ‘Use ODBC Data Sources for batch shooting’, ‘Receive commands via TCP/IP’ and ‘Print Profiles’.  The Standard version cannot do these things.

A comparison of ControlMyCanon Standard and Pro Editions and Canon's EOS Utility
 CMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
List Price$39.95$59.95Free
Included Licences3101
Live View
Auto-focus
Adjust focus remotely
Record video1
Detachable window
Pan around image
Zoom in and out
Overlay an image
Copystand mode
Rotation override
Aspect ratio override
Focus Peaking
Inner exposure markers
Outer exposure markers
Adjustable grid
Second live view window
Full-screen capable
Adjustable Brightness
Show as Grayscale
Noise Reduction
Show as Negative
Show Angle
Show shutter release count
Image BrowserCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Review metadata
Edit in external editor
Movie review
Detachable window
Active Histogram
Search function
Configurable thumbstrip
Image magnifier
Filter by extension
Full-screen capable
Detachable window
Send image to batch file
Print reports
WorkflowsCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
HDR
Bulb
Burst
Pulse
Time-lapse
Stop-Motion
Long Exposure
Focus Stacking2
Batch
Batch OBDC Data Sources
TriggersCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Keyboard
Mouse
Web
Sound
Speech
Motion
Powerpoint Remote3
TCP/IP
File ManagementCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Save to card
Smart Filenames
Smart Foldernames
Resettable counter
Mirroring
Embed Batch data
MetadataCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Define IPTC data
Define default author and credit
Embed IPTC data from batch workflow
Show Exif and IPTC data in image browser.
IntegrationCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Zerene Stacker3
DSUSB3
StackShot3
Barcode scanner3
ODBC data sources
HelpCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Built-in Help
Free Tutorial Videos
OtherCMC
Standard
CMC
Pro
EOS
Utility
Bulb
Set clock
Battery level
Calibrate White Balance
Exposure meter
Multi-monitor support
Internal flash4
External flash4
Profiles
Themes
Print barcodes
Keyboard shortcuts

(1) Available only on bodies that support movie recording.

(2) Only available on bodies that have live view and a lens with a focus motor that can be controlled remotely.  Most newer Canon lenses support this, but some third party lenses do not.  If you don’t have this, a StackShot can still be used.

(3) This hardware or software is not included with ControlMyCanon, but can be purchased separately from the vendor.  

(4) ControlMyCanon can only command the body to capture an image.  It is up to the body to determine whether to fire the internal or external flash.  For internal flashes, all flash settings must be done on the body LCD display.  External flashes may require settings on the body LCD panel and on the flash equipment.

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