Cameras that are supported differ between the macOS and Windows OS platforms as described below.
On macOS and Windows OS, Canon cameras are directly supported using Canon drivers. Below is a list of Canon DSLR cameras supported according to the current EDSDK driver v3.9 (MLA v1.3.2)
EOS-1D Mark III
EOS-1Ds Mark III
EOS DIGITAL REBEL Xsi/450D/Kiss X2
EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS/1000D/ KISS F
EOS 5D Mark II
EOS Kiss X3/EOS REBEL T1i /EOS 500D
EOS-1D Mark IV
EOS Kiss X4/EOS REBEL T2i /EOS 550D
EOS Kiss X5/EOS REBEL T3i /EOS 600D
EOS Kiss X50/EOS REBEL T3 /EOS 1100D
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 1D X
EOS Kiss X6i/EOS 650D/EOS REBEL T4i
EOS Kiss X7i/EOS 700D /EOS REBEL T5i
EOS Kiss X7/EOS 100D/EOS REBEL SL1
EOS Kiss X70/EOS 1200D/EOS REBEL T5/EOS Hi
EOS 7D Mark II
EOS 5DS / EOS 5DS R / EOS REBEL T6s / EOS 760D / EOS 8000D / EOS REBEL T6i / EOS 750D / EOS Kiss X8i
EOS-1D X Mark II / EOS 80D / EOS Rebel T6 / EOS 1300D / EOS Kiss X80 EOS 5D Mark IV
EOS Kiss X9i / EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D / EOS 9000D / EOS 77D / EOS M5 / EOS M6
EOS 6D Mark II / EOS Kiss X9 / EOS Rebel SL2 / EOS 200D
EOS M100 / EOS Kiss M / EOS M50 / EOS Kiss X90 / EOS REBEL T7 / EOS 2000D / EOS 1500D / EOS REBEL T100 / EOS 4000D / EOS 3000D
Canon EDSDK, this software is based on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
On macOS, DSLR cameras (such as Nikon) that are supported by the macOS Image Capture framework should work with Moving Light Assistant. When trying to use a Canon camera that is not in the above camera list (i.e. it is newer than the Canon drive used by Moving Light Assistant), it may work using the macOS Image Capture framework depending on the macOS version installed.
It is possible to capture still video images from video capture cards/devices or cameras that are supported by ‘AV Foundation’ (macOS) and ‘Direct Show’ (WindowsOS). See this topic for details.