Consumer electronics giant Sony has announced the release of its new Camera Remote Software Development Kit (SDK) version, which allows users to broaden and tailor features on the company’s image-capturing devices, including those mounted on its Airpeak drones.

Sony said the latest 1.08 version of its SDK package is compatible with its cameras used in a wide range of photography scenarios and in aerial deployment on its Airpeak S1 drone. The program allows software developers to easily adapt and integrate their applications for remote use by Sony customers via computing platforms running Mac, Windows, or Linux operating systems.

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The upshot of enhanced SDK capabilities will be greater ease and range for Sony camera operators and Airpeak pilots to change device settings, trigger shutter release, or use live view monitoring as remote features.

Sony said the new SDK version both expands the range of…