Mobile File Transfer 4+

Canon Inc.

    • 1.4 • 19 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Canon Mobile File Transfer is an application for professional photographers to transfer photographed images to FTP, FTPS, or SFTP servers via mobile devices.

[Key Features]
- Transfer camera images to mobile devices.
- Upload camera images to FTP, FTPS, or SFTP servers.
- "Auto transfer" for capturing and transferring images captured by the camera as they are, "Filter transfer" for transferring images based on set conditions, and "Select images to transfer" for transferring images by selecting specific images from the images in the camera are possible.
- Metadata, such as the photographer's name and image license information, can be added to images based on standards established by the IPTC*.
- For images to be transferred to FTP, SFTP, or FTPS servers, voice memos can be added and IPTC* metadata can be edited in the application.

[Supported Products]
- EOS-1D X Mark II (Firmware Version 1.1.0+) attached WFT**
- EOS-1D X Mark III (Firmware Version 1.2.0+)
- EOS R3
- EOS R5
- EOS R5 C
- EOS R6
- EOS R6 Mark II

[System requirement]
iOS 15.8/16.6/17.4

[Supported Images]

[Important Notes]
- If application does not operate properly, try again after shutting down the application.
- Visit your local Canon Web pages for more details.

*IPTC: International Press Telecommunications Council
**WFT: Wireless File Transmitter

For customers using the Mobile File Transfer
Please make sure that you confirm and understand the following Cautions on Purchase and Use before installing this application.

Cautions on Purchase and Use
• The Delete Image on Camera Function in Camera Connect cannot be used on terminals installed with both this application and Camera Connect.
When deleting images stored on the camera (including any stored on inserted storage media) you must delete the images either by using the camera itself or by uninstalling this application on the terminal in question and using the Delete Image on Camera Function in Camera Connect.

Mobile File Transfer is not available unless you purchase a subscription.
The offer will begin immediately after purchasing a subscription.

Mobile File Transfer is a subscription-based application. Upon initial registration, after your free trial period of 1 month, a fee per month will be charged to your Apple ID. The next date to be charged for this application can be found in your account settings on the App Store. If it is during the free trial period, you will be charged on the renewal date.

Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless it is canceled 24 hours before the end of the current period, and you will continue to be charged. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase.

Regarding purchase conditions, refer to this app's page in the App Store.

What’s New

Version 1.4.20

Complied with Chinese regulations.

Ratings and Reviews

1.4 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

CaseyLSykes ,

FTP is a pro shooter need - so why does this not have pro features?

I shoot pro sports where images need to be relayed in real time to editors. Like everyone else who shoots pro sports, I use multiple bodies. Why in the world is there not capability to connect to multiple cameras simultaneously?

More importantly, why in the world is there not capability to simply connect a cable from my R5 to my iPhone and select the images? Am I insane for thinking this is an obvious need?

Additionally, I should be able to FTP any photos that I have in my library, not just the ones that have been transferred via the proprietary app.

I shoot regularly at a stadium where many others are Nikon/Sony shooters. They plug an ethernet port into their bodies and they FTP photos in a second. But Canon only allows this if you've shelled out money for their most expensive bodies.

I got an R5 over a 1DX because I knew Canon was going mirrorless and I wanted to stay up to date. But I've been penalized for buying an R5 prior to the release of the R3, apparently. Alright, fine, that's on me. But if you're going to make an alternative FTP solution for the "in between" cameras, why make something as half baked as this?

I'm frustrated. Please consider this feedback and know I'm not the only one with these issues.

lemurmaster1 ,

What are your product managers smoking?

For real, nickel and diming us for a paid subscription after we drop thousands on equipment? Not a great look to say the least. Way to cut off your nose to spite your face, you can use my $5 to hire a PR firm. Ugh.

muso123 ,

5000 dollars for a camera and there’s a 5 dollar subscription???

I paid many thousands for a Canin camera and then I cannot download my images using the companies app unless I pay $5? Seriously?

App Privacy

The developer, Canon Inc., 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:

  • Usage Data

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

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