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Leaf adds Capture Remote App for iPhone




High-end camera back maker, Leaf, has added a free app for their users allowing Leaf RAW images to be viewed remotely on their Apple iPhone or iPod Touch in real time. For more information please see the press release below.

Leaf releases Leaf Capture Remote App

Workflow tool for previewing Leaf RAW images on iPhone/iPod Touch

TEL AVIV, December 8, 2009 – Leaf Imaging announced today the immediate availability of Leaf Capture Remote – an application that extends Leaf Capture 11 workflow software, enabling remote image viewing on an Apple iPhone(TM), or iPod(R) Touch. The Leaf Capture Remote application allows photographers and digital operators using Leaf digital backs and camera systems to view, zoom and pan high resolution Leaf RAW images on an Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. It is the first application to permit real-time, on-set remote viewing of medium format images, enabling instant feedback on any shot.

Now, while a photographer is shooting tethered using Leaf Capture software, a client or creative director can view the images over a standard Wi-Fi network on an Apple mobile device.

“Leaf Capture Remote lets me quickly check my files when I can't see my laptop on location,” says Dutch-based professional photographer Frank Doorhof of Studio FD, “or I can just give my visitors an iPhone to browse and check it themselves without interrupting our workflow. Simply put -- it rocks.”

Leaf Capture Remote application version 1.0 is free and available now for download from Apple’s iPhone App Store. It supports all Leaf products that connect to Leaf Capture. (To find it, search for “Leaf Capture” in the Apple iTunes App Store.)

Additional information on installation and setup is available here.


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