About the F65Remote App

Developer's Description

F65Remote is an application for remote control of SONY’s digital motion picture camera F65 via a Wi-Fi network.

> Supported Cameras
F65

> Main Features
- Control: This screen emulates the inside panel of camera and displays SR-R4 status.
- File List: You can select and control files in SRMemory.
- Slate: This screen displays the clip metadata and you can input the clip metadata.
- Menu: All camera settings except for network can be performed. Help function allows you to read a help text of each menu items while setting.
- Output Signal Map: Specialized menu screen for setting VF and SDI-OUT enables you to operate intuitively.
- Manual: You can read F65 and SR-R4 operation manuals*.
* iBooks application is needed to be installed beforehand.

> Other Features
- Offline Mode: The menu settings can be performed without establishing a network connection as a simulation tool.
- Panel Active: This function always enables one iPad for one camera to prevent unintentional operation. Other iPad that does not have the panel active permission can only display camera status.

> Note
- The network settings of camera are needed to establish a network connection between a camera and F65Remote. For more details, please read “Menu Operation using an iPad” page in F65 operation manual.

  • Developer

    Sony
    Twitter @SonyF65

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  • Type

    Utilities

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Last Updated on PFA: March 12, 2018  |  Added on PFA: May 30, 2012  |  App ID: 164

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