PK Tether, tether shooting for Pentax DSLR

Pentax once supported tethered shooting with their DSLR cameras. After the K20D, Pentax dropped this feature. A poor decision in my book.

Tethered shooting is the idea of using a computer attached to the DSLR to control all aspects of the shot, preview and save the images in real time. Usually you see this in studio photo shoots. The photographer can tweak the shot quickly. Also, he/she may preview the shot on a large color corrected display. Finally, the images can be saved to the PC, possibly a RAID array just in case.

PK Tether re-introduces the feature to newer Pentax DSLRs, more after the jump

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