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Control your digital camera from Fedora with Entangle

The 0.6 version update to Entangle — a tethering application for digital cameras — just landed in Fedora and provides a wide range of bugfixes and enhancements

Entangle is an application that uses the PTP protocol to allow the user to control digital cameras from within Fedora. You simply connect your compatible digital camera to fedora, fire up entangle, and start taking photos. The Entangle user interface also allows you to tweak the settings of the shot (e.g. aperture and shutter speed) right from Fedora, without having to play with these settings on the camera itself.





About Ryan Lerch

Ryan (website | twitter) is an designer that works on stuff for Fedora. He uses Fedora Workstation as his primary desktop, along with the best tools from the Libre Graphics world, notably, the vector graphics editor, Inkscape.

1 Comment

  1. I really like these posts on interesting applications in Fedora that all of us may not know about. This one is new to me.