1. Use Your Tablet (and more Specifically your iPad)
While Android and Windows tablets have a few tethering options (including Case Air), if you want to use your Apple iPad for tethering, Case Air is the only viable option right now. For all tablets, it allows two-way communications, meaning the images sent wirelessly to your tablet AND you can also control your camera settings from the tablet (see #3 below).
2. Less Gear
There are numerous advantages of tethered shooting, but one disadvantage is bringing a computer and stand with you when you’re out of the studio. Using the Case Air allows you to swap out your computer with the compactness of a tablet. Lighter and fewer items to manage. Who doesn’t appreciate that?
3. Free Software Updates
Case Air’s companion app, Case Remote, will continually be updated, adding more features and refining existing ones at no additional cost to users. Case Remote’s developers are talented and put out well designed and well thought out features that are intuitive and easy to use.Case Air, iPad, Wireless Tethering