- Tethered - direct transfer of photos to my PC without needing a separate step to transfer from the memory card.
- Live View - Using silent live view on my Nikon D850 to avoid shutter vibrations and save on shutter count.
- Shutter release cable - Both the WeMacro and MJKZZ software require the use of a shutter release cable.
I'm currently working on a workaround solution. I found open source software to sniff USB signals called BusDog. From there I can view the data being transferred in real time and see the unique data that is being sent to the MJKZZ USB controller at the time of shutter actuation. My plan is to modify BusDog to append the logs to a file as they come in and then have a Powershell script run in parallel that watches that file and calls AutoHotKey to trigger a click on a specific part of my screen in order to click on the shutter button on the Lightroom tethered capture bar. It's a convoluted solution, but I think it will actually work.
Thoughts? Has anyone else encountered this problem?