I know there are a few similar discussions, but they're outdated, so I'm hoping someone has an idea:
Since updating to Max OS X Sierra (currently running 10.12.3) on the 2016 Macbook Pro with Touchbar, I can't tether my Canon Eos 6D (now running the newest firmware 1.1.7). I thought it was a compatibility issue with Lightroom 5 and upgraded to Lightroom 6 (6.7) ... Still not working!
I tried everything in this article:Fix tethered shooting in Lightroom
Am I missing something? I read online, that this should be working and that the issues had been resolved but it's definitely not working for me.
Shooting through wireless works with EOS Utility 3... but not using a usb-cable! (tried different cables and ports).
My Mac just doesn't recognize the Camera at all, neither in Lightroom, nor in EOS Utility.
The canon site says that there are no drivers available or necessary!
Any ideas? Thanks a lot!
If it doesn't work with either Lightroom or EOS Utility than maybe the USB port on the camera is not working. Can you IMPORT from the camera using Lightroom or Image Capture? If you can that would eliminate a problem with the USB on the camera. Maybe Apple broke something in the conversion of Thunderbolt to USB compatibility. They seem to be breaking a lot of things lately in their OS
Thanks a lot for your fast response! I tried installing Eos Utility 3 on another (old) Macbook Air running El Capitan. It also didn't recognize the camera. I'll have to take it to the shop and see if the usb-port is broken!