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onOne Announces DSLR Remote Control iPhone App

onOne Announces DSLR Remote Control iPhone App

Posted May 21, 2009 at 10:50am by iClarified · 6596 views
onOne has announced DSLR Remote, a wireless cable release for your Canon EOS DSLR camera.

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Okay, if you’re wondering how it works, here’s a quick run down.

- You need either an iPhone or an iPod Touch
- You need a supported Canon EOS DSLR [ 1 ]
- A laptop or desktop computer running the free companion DSLR Remote Server software
- A USB cable to connect your supported Canon EOS DSLR camera to the computer running the free server software
- The DSLR Remote app running on your iPhone (or iPod Touch) communicates to the DSLR Remote Server software via a WIFI connection. [ 2 ]

From your iPhone [ 3 ] you can control settings such as shutter speed, aperture and white balance. You can of course fire the camera shutter as well. If you have a Canon EOS DSLR camera that supports Live View [ 4 ] you can even get a live stream of the camera’s viewfinder on your iPhone.

You also get an Intervalometer so you can do time lapse photography. We’ll be posting full specs and the full feature set to our web site soon but I couldn’t wait any longer to share this information with you.

Oh, the version of the DSLR Remote application that I’m talking about here is the Professional version and will normally sell for $19.99 on the iTunes App Store, but will be offered for $9.99 as an introductory price. A “Lite” version will also be available for $1.99 that only fires the shutter. The required server software that runs on your Mac or Windows computer will be a free download from the onOne website.
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Currently the application does not support Nikon DSLRs; however, the developer team is open to adding another platform if they see demand. You can make your comments known via the link below.

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Jim
Jim - May 21, 2009 at 5:23pm
What about Sony's Aplha series?? Why leave other platforms locked out?!?
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