Cascable Transfer Overview
What is Cascable Transfer? Cascable Transfer is a wireless photo transfer app that allows users to preview and copy JPEG and RAW photos from over 150 WiFi-enabled cameras from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, and Sony, as well as hundreds more when connecting via USB. The app supports transferring photos directly to the user's Photos library, Lightroom catalog, Capture One Pro catalog, or anywhere else on their Mac, either wirelessly or using the batch image-processing tool Retrobatch. Cascable Transfer offers a fully-functional, free 7-day trial and supports most camera models that support the industry-standard PTP/MTP protocols. The app is compatible with various camera models, and detailed compatibility notes can be found on the Cascable website.
1. Cascable Transfer supports over 150 WiFi-enabled cameras from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, and Sony — and hundreds more when connecting via USB.
2. With Cascable Transfer, you can wirelessly preview and copy JPEG and RAW* photos to your Photos library, Lightroom catalog, Capture One Pro catalog, or anywhere else on your Windows either directly or using the batch image-processing tool Retrobatch.
3. When working with cameras via USB, Cascable Transfer supports most camera models that support the industry-standard PTP/MTP protocols.
4. * Fujifilm, IXUS/ELPH models and certain older Panasonic/PowerShot models don't allow copying RAW images via WiFi.
5. Olympus, Olympus PEN, STYLUS and OM-D are trademarks of Olympus Corporation.
6. Cascable Transfer has a fully-functional, completely free 7-day trial.
7. Fujifilm and Finepix are trademarks of FUJIFILM Corporation.
8. Panasonic and LUMIX are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation.
9. For more information and detailed compatibility notes, see the Cascable website.
10. Canon, EOS, ELPH, IXUS, and PowerShot are trademarks of Canon Inc.
11. NEX, RX and α are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Download and Install Cascable Transfer - PC
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you
To The Future
I've only used Cascable briefly but find it to favorable with great possibilities for the future, user friendly and very affordable!
Looking forward to watching you grow!
This thing rocks!
I've been losing my mind this afteroon and evening trying to transfer files wirelessly between my camera and my Windows. Took me a long while to figure out that the problem was Canon's EOS software.
I've never been a fan, so I decided to search for a wireless transfer alternative. After trying a few I found Cascable Transfer and I'm delighted so far. Not only can I use it to transfer files, but I can use it to directly import into Lightroom! Woot!
Thank you to this small software developer who hopefully is on the way to being a big software developer!
you casn now use your camera cable
i liked the way you can import you photos but over wifi was a little troublesome but now you can use your camera cable and it so much faster. I also use cascable on my iPhone and iPad to control my camera but i use the camrea connect kit from Microsoft to get my pictures from my camera. it just faster.
Not for Fuji
I never got the wifi to work no matter how many times I regeistered it as per their wiki. I only got USB to work twice and I never have figured out what I did to make it work. Plugged it and unplugged it probably 25 times and twice it worked. Windows's Image Capture app works everytime so, it almost has to be a Cascable issue.
If the solution for you problem isn't on their Help page then I guess you can forget it, no other support is offered. Luckily you can try ir before you buy it.
unintuitative, lacking documentation
A painful exercise in frustration and ultimately futility. Camera was allegedly connected, but connection window never went away. Also, I could not figure out how to use the Lightroom plugin it installed. Makes the Sony native apps look elegant and easy to figure out.
I do give kudos to developer for enabling a 7-day trial so I could figure out this isn't for me before actually purchasing the app.
Would be happy to try it again it they were to post a real how-to guide. If there is one, I could not find it.
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