One of the few frustrations with the OMDs is that you cant just plug a usb cable from the camera into say Lightroom and shoot tethered. As the in camera wifi is essentially 'pull' you cant use the wifi either. There are some pretty klunky methods for shooting an OMD with wifi cards into an ipad or smart device - the shuttersnitch app is the most popular although Transcend has a 'sort of' tethered option with their wifi card. However I call them klunky because they are unreliable. What happens is that various events drop the connection - finished sending, sleep etc.. I have tried all these methods but they are certainly far too unreliable for me - I certainly dont want to be fiddling with an ipad while I am shooting. I have though now got a pretty good work flow going that 100% reliably gets the photo from the camera to Lightroom in an average of about 10 seconds. It does have its limitations though. The principle one is that as you are using wifi, it is only practical to send jpegs to view tethered and in fact to maximise speed I use medium sized jpegs. The time to Lightroom varies. The first shot after a significant pause usually takes 20 seconds. And the camera doesnt send photos until it has finished writing to card which could be several seconds after you have finished shooting. The process is relatively simple... 1) You need a Eye-fi X2 card (it wont work with a Mobi). You need to set it to ad-hoc mode to connect via your home network to download to your computer as opposed to direct mode that you use for smart devices. 2) You need the eye-fi software on your PC and you need to specify a location to download the images 3) The camera is set to 'RAW+jpeg' and just the jpegs are download to your pc. 4) You use the auot-import function in Lightroom to set up the watch folder and then set it to full screen (F) so you see the images in full This works very well - admittedly you wish the photos would transfer a bit faster but that is always true. I have taken over 500 photos in the last 2 days without any problems or drop connections of any sort. No its possible that someone has a better way of tether. If so I am happy to switch, so let me know but this method works well and is extremely reliable.