Phocus Mobile 2: Hasselblad software arrives for iPhone and iPad
Phocus Mobile 2 arrived for control remotely and process the images RAW taken with a camera Hasselblad with a iPad or with a iPhone. Now you can take and process images in the palm of your hand.
Phocus Mobile 2 for iPhone and iPad
With Phocus Mobile 2 you can control your camera remotely, with Live View and tethering. But it is also an interesting solution for share your shots while on the pitch and without the need for a PC. Perfect for photojournalists, documentary makers, or just to share your shots on vacation.
Who is shooting with a Hasselblad camera, who is framing with one X1D II 50Cthat seizes the moment with one 907X Special Edition or is capturing an image with the new back 907X 50Ccan now use Phocus Mobile 2. Not only for import original RAW images on the iPad but also on the iPhone. In addition, it can save photographs in their original format or convert them to JPEG to share them online.
Remote control with iPad or iPhone
The update of the firmware 1.3.0 brings Live View, both for the new iOS and iPadOS apps. This way you can connect your Hasselblad camera wirelessly to your iPad or iPhone and watch through Phocus Mobile 2 what you are framing.
With Phocus Mobile 2 you can manage focus remotely on iPhone or iPad. Live View supports the Focus Peaking as well as the ability to adjust theexposure and manage all the main shooting settings.
To access the update you must have the version 1.1 of the Phocus Mobile 2 appwhich you can download from the link below.
Phocus Mobile 2
The update of the firware 1.3.0 for cameras you can find it at this address, to download it you must have a Hasselblad account. Recall that the update is available for X1D II 50C, 907X Special Edition And 907X 50C.
If you want some extra information on how to use Phocus Mobile 2 for iPhone, as well as know everything about the new 907X 50C, you can join the webinar Hasselblad is holding on August 19, 2020 at 4pm. The conference is in English, you can register here.