In a recent video posted by Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography, he shares a feature that he's been using with the Sony α9 II that he says will "blow your mind."
"The α9 II has a feature in it called FTP Transfer, and the α9 II specifically has a way of doing it as you take the image. So what I'm doing is I'm actually transferring the images wirelessly through the network onto my FTP server into a folder. Lightroom has created a "watch" folder that watches for that file and brings it in automatically."
That's not all you can do with FTP Transfer. Forbes goes on to explain more reasons why every camera should have this Sony feature.
"Let's say you're doing some kind of live blog at an event, and you want to upload them to the internet. Well as long as you have a wireless internet connection with the camera, I can just get them onto a folder and I can write a script that will just display the images in that folder."
See more about how to utilize this feature in his video: