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Discussion in 'Accessories' started by jlabate, Jul 22, 2011.
Envy for Nikon/Canon DSLR users who can make use of this. On sale for $4.99.
Thats just for the Ipod app. It appears you have to connect a computer (!) to your camera from which you then can remotely trigger with your iphone: "With your supported camera connected via USB or WiFi to a computer running the lightweight onOne DSLR Camera Remote Server application"
Not so great if you have to attach a computer to it.
Yes, if it needs to involve a laptop, it's not as appealing by far.
I have a Pixel remote with interval shooting funtion. At around $45 USD, it is worth it for those who are looking for that feature. The only downside is the remote cannot wake the camera from power save so external power is a must.
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One of these for me i think.
Not bothered about the flash bit , but the range is appealing.
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