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Nikon remote control with the iPhone

Submitted by on July 15, 2009 – 1:16 pmNo Comment

nikoniphone.jpgOnOne, the makers of DSLR Camera Remote, have a new version in the works that not only improves the user

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interface, but will support Nikon Cameras.

You’ll still need to tether the camera itself to a computer on the same Wi-Fi network as the iPhone, at least until (and this is just an educated guess) the OnOne folks bring out a dock-dongle to enable direct triggering from the iPhone itself. You can trigger the shutter from afar, as well as see a live view from the camera on the iPhone screen, change camera settings and use an intervalometer (time lapse).

(via WIRED)


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