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Camera Remote API

Develop apps to remotely control Sony cameras.

  • Camera Remote API beta SDK now supports five new Sony cameras including α7R II

    Today we released the Camera Remote API beta SDK v2.10, adding support for Sony’s current flagship interchangeable lens digital camera α7R II. There is also support for the latest Cyber-shot RX Series; the compact RX100 IV and the high performance, high-zoom RX10 II, as well as the high-zoom compact cameras HX90 and WX500. With the Camera Remote API beta SDK you can create innovative remote

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  • Camera Remote API beta updated with new features, and support for FDR-X1000 and HDR-AS200

    Today we have released the Camera Remote API beta SDK v2.00, which adds support for the new Action Cams, FDR-X1000 and HDR-AS200, announced last week. The update also includes several exciting new API features such as loop recording, advanced audio settings and wind noise reduction. New API features introduced With the new features enabled in

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  • Camera Remote API beta gets expanded API support, and HDR-AS20 gets added

    Today we’ve updated the Camera Remote API beta with new API features for many cameras. The update makes it possible for many Alpha* and Cyber-shot* to control focus mode, F number and shutter speed. The latest Sony Action Cameras on the other hand, will get access to interval still recording and steady mode. In addition, we’re

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    Develop remote control apps for Sony cameras

    Did you know that you can control a Sony camera wirelessly from an app on another device? Sony’s Camera Remote API beta SDK includes all the tools that you need to create innovative remote control apps for many Sony cameras, including Sony action cameras, interchangeable lens cameras and lens style cameras. Why not create the

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  • Meet us at the WIPJam event at MWC 2014

    The Sony Developer Program is looking forward to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. We will be there with a great crew, some amazing new devices, and cool price incentives for you, developers, to push Sony’s SmartWatch 2 to the limit at the WIPJam hackathon. Sony has been involved with wearable technology for quite

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