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  1. The Case Air Wireless product is very appealing, but in checking the reviews on the Amazon website, I find 31% of the reviews are just ONE star out of five. Comments range from disapproving to nearly violent, “DON’T BUY THIS PRODUCT!!” Most of the complaints have to do with reliability–the units simply do not function for very long.

    If one-third of Case Air buyers are dissatisfied, I’d say you have a problem. Are you working to improve this product?

  2. Hi Richard, great question. We’ve done numerous updates to the Case Air app and firmware to help stabilize and improve the user experience. In addition to it being a more solid product since launch, we’re also available via customer support if needed, and if worse comes to worst and you don’t like the product we back it with a 90-day money back return policy.

  3. I went to a wedding with a photo booth. It was amazing! I have a Canon 60D and Lightroom CC 2015. What cables do I need to shoot tethered and what else do I need for a full blown photo booth? Ex: c stand

  4. Hi. I’ve been using your cables for a couple years, they are great! However I recently bought a USB C cable to connect my Lenovo X1 2018 tablet PC to my 5Div with Capture One and I’m getting terrible crashes on the camera related to connection problems. I also tried same cable with my desktop PC and experienced similar problems. My question is, is it likely it’s a bad cable or an inherent problem with C1 and USB C ? I’m getting another cable on Monday and will test that cable then. Any thoughts, advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

  5. I am using CamRanger successfully to tether to either my iPad or iPhone. I have a situation where I would like to use live view with my Nikon D850 but I want to release the shutter on the Nikon, not remotely from the iPad or iPhone. Is this possible?

  6. I had a Canon 5D mark IV and now have a nikon D850. It appears to have the same connection for tethering to my mac. Is this true?

  7. I have a Nikon D200 and D3s. I haven’t tethered in a while but thought I’d start using again (worked fine in the past). I have Lightroom 5 and a tether cord that I’ve used successfully in the past. For whatever reason, neither camera’s can connect to either of my macBook pros. I’ve tried different cords, I’ve removed the cards, I used a card with no pics, I’ve shut down the camera, Lightroom and the computer. No combination of troubleshooting seems to work. Lightroom is not detecting the camera. Any help would be most appreciated.

  8. When using a tether cable from my camera to my mac laptop the photos obviously display on my laptop screen but are not stored on the memory card in the camera. I have had a few situations where the photo is not displayed on the laptop and also not stored on the memory card and therefore lost altogether. Is there a solution where all photos taken are stored on the camera card as well as the computer memory?

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