My name is Luis Muñoz, a professional photographer based in southern Spain (Europe)
I would like to ask the Plugable Forum if it would be possible to connect a Nikon D810 or similar to a computer, through its USB 3.0 port first and then convert this signal to Gigabit Ethernet through an adapter like this for example: https://goo.gl/SRp7L1
If the RJ45 connection is powered by a POE switch (injector or splitter) https://goo.gl/7dhdtA, the stability of the signal from the camera to the computer could perhaps be guaranteed.
The idea with this would be to obtain a more stable tie connection and at the same time be able to cover more meters of cable without falling or disconnecting in the Tethering session.
I ask you why I need to solve this for a particular Time Lapse job in which the distance from cameras to the computer is several tens of meters and the 3-4 cameras will be in a place of very difficult access.
Any ideas, experiences or alternatives?