Image Sync 4+


    • 1.9 • 140 Ratings
    • Free



Paired with a RICOH IMAGING's compatible camera, "Image Sync" application enables your mobile device to remotely shoot, view and copy images and upload them to SNS sites.

1.View and Copy Images
You can view images taken with your camera and copy them to your mobile device.
You can also upload them to SNS sites.

2.Remote Shooting
You can monitor the live view image on your mobile device. Various camera operations including EV compensation and shutter release are possible from a mobile device.

【Supported Digital Cameras】

【Supported OS】
ios 15 - 17

* The software can be downloaded on other devices that are running iOS10 or later. However, support cannot be provided in this case and users must use it at their own risk.
* Operation is confirmed on these devices as of April 2022, but this information may be changed at any time in the future without prior notice.

For detail about ImageSync, refer to the website.
RICOH WG-M1 is not supported by Image Sync.
For details, refer to the the website;

What’s New

Version 2.1.23

Features newly added on version 2.1.23
- Available for "RICOH GR III HDF", "RICOH GR IIIx HDF".
- Characters that can be used in Wireless LAN passwords are displayed.
- Bug fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

ChaunceyTalk ,

Works only part of the time

I would love for this app to work as described. Unfortunately it seems to work only part of the time. For me it consistently gives the message of not connected right after confirmed connection. with no discernible path of solution. If you need to re-install and find work arounds it’s purpose has already been defeated. A solid version of this app would surely elevate the cameras. Frustrated since when it works it is really helpful.

SoperrepoS ,

Useless for RAW import

Just got this app set up with my KP and iPad Pro. First thing I noticed is no landscape mode in the app. Once I got the Wi-Fi connected import is kinda slow and limited to one image at a time. Once the RAW image is imported I can’t do anything with it. The Photo app shows a blank image with the EXIF data (no PEF support?). Affinity photo can see the Image Sync folder but shows nothing in it - Apple’s Files app is the same situation. I can’t move the RAW images as they don’t show, and the Image Sync app doesn’t connect directly with Dropbox or Google Drive, so no way to transfer the RAW images to cloud services. Once I disconnect the camera and go into the Image Sync app the RAW images show as blanks… so what am I supposed to do with this app? It’s completely useless for RAW import and editing on the go. Save your time and buy an SD card dongle.

Update: I found a way to move RAW files into Affinity Photo for editing. After importing Raw from your Pentax with Image Sync open the Photo app, export the blank RAW to a cloud service (Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud…), once the RAW uploads go into Affinity and open/redownload the RAW file… so basically download, upload, then download again. Unfortunately I can’t export from Apple’s Photo app directly to Affinity, and Image Sync has no file management or linking to cloud services… I’d rather use an SD card dongle than go through this process with Image Sync again.

kramedt ,

Please fix - Updated

Updated: The 2.0.1 update appears to have fixed issues syncing issues. I was able to transfer single images as well as groups of images without issue. The app is much more intuitive than earlier versions and finally appears to be the fully functional and usable app it was promised to be.

I was able to download images with the previous version, though very slow and it wasn’t very intuitive on how. With version 2 I can’t even download images one at a time. It just stays at 0% for 5-10 minutes even with my my camera (k70) a couple inches away. I was able to get a couple to show progress to 100% after waiting an incredibly long time but it would just get stuck there and wouldn’t finish. It also seems to drain the battery on my iPhone incredibly quickly. On the plus side the user interface is easier to use and more intuitive. Too bad it doesn’t work.

App Privacy

The developer, RICOH IMAGING COMPANY,LTD, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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