donc plutot que de discuter de quelque chose dont nvous n'avez manifestement pas compris l'usage, je vous mets ici la partie du Press Release qui donne l'explication du pourquoi du comment :
In keeping with the latest technology, Hasselblad has developed a mobile version of Phocus. Available
for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Phocus Mobile offers the option of connecting wirelessly to a
computer running Phocus 2.6 and allow users to remotely browse, zoom and rate images – perfect for
working with clients in the studio since each person can view images on an electronic device rather
than gathering around a single computer.
Phocus Mobile also allows users to remotely operate and trigger a tethered camera, providing
control of exposure mode, f/stop, shutter speed, ISO, metering mode and other important capture
information, all presented on a virtual camera display. Remote controlling the camera is particularly
useful when the camera is located in a difficult-to-access position.