- ILCE-1 : Sony Alpha 1, Alpha one
- ILCE-9M2 : Sony Alpha 9 II, Alpha 9 Mark 2
- ILCE-7RM4A : Sony Alpha 7R Mark 4 and Mark 4 A
- ILCE-7RM4 : Sony Alpha 7R Mark 4
- ILCE-7SM3 : Sony Alpha 7S Mark3
- ILCE-7C : Sony Alpha 7 C
- ILME-FX3 : Sony FX3
- DSC-RX0M2 : Sony RX0 Mark 2
These cameras can be controlled directly from the RCP or via a RIO (local or remote).
- Iris (FSTOP)
- Gain (ISO)
- Red gain (A-B)
- Blue gain (G-M)
- White Balance
- Auto : Focus, Gain, White Balance
- REC control
Coupling your setup with a VP4 would allow multi-matrix and extended shading capabilities.
Connect the USB Type-C* terminal on the camera to the RIO / RCP with a USB DATA capable. Cable that should be provided with camera.
Deactivate power over USB as RIO/RCP cannot charge the DSLR over USB.
- MENU → (Setup) → USB → USB Power Supply → desired setting (OFF).
(*) Micro USB For DSC-RX0M2.
Upgrade DSLR firmware to the latest version using Sony software.
If you have a motorised lens, ensure it is in AUTO
Ensure Remote Control is activated.
MENU → (Network) → |Transfer/Remote| → |PC Remote Function| → PC Remote Cnct Method → desired setting USB.
Connect camera to RIO or RCP using the USB cable.
Add the Camera to the RCP configuration via the RCP Configuration UI.
- Select Sony brand.
- Select DSLR model.
- If your DSLR is connected, in a compatible firmware version, it should be listed.
- By default "*" is selected, meaning we connect to the first one plugged (you can unplug this DSLR and plug another one, will work).
- If you select the DSLR serial, it will only works with the configured one.
The REC/STOP buttons are on your RCP
Camera > OSD.
White Balance not controlable
Ensure to change ATW to
Off in your RCP
Camera > WB > ATW
Some parameters are displayed but don't change
Depending on the mode, some informations will either be fixed or auto, but in both cases, read-only. Change mode (to M, S&Q, etc.) or check next point.
Still not working
You can navigate on your RCP to
Camera > OSD and click on
This will try to change settings of your DSLR to
M (manual white balance, manual focus, etc.).