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Take Photos On Your iPad Using Your iPhone

Take Photos On Your iPad Using Your iPhone

Posted April 6, 2010 at 7:16pm by iClarified · 8446 views
Yusuke Sekikawa has released companion apps that let the iPad take pictures using your iPhone's camera.

After launching CAMERA-A on the iPad and CAMERA-B on the iPhone, the apps will automatically connect to each other via Bluetooth and start transferring live view images from the iPhone to iPad. You can then use the iPad to take a picture.

The app also you to zoom, pan, and tilt without moving the iPhone.

CAMERA-A for the iPad costs $.99 and CAMERA-B for the iPhone is free.

Read More [via CultofMac]


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S_Warrior
S_Warrior - April 7, 2010 at 1:17pm
It's more and more obvious that the iPad is currently just an iPhone with limitations and some bonus. It has a much smaller # of tailored apps, running a little faster (double speed browser? hahaha) on a larger screen. Can you imagine yourself going out to dinner or on a date and carry that thing with you? Well maybe you have a very large shirt or trouser's pocket. Initial hype should fade really soon unless some developers bring innovations to it.
74tz
74tz - April 6, 2010 at 9:36pm
Am I correct in assuming that Camera-A & Camera-B are available for download from the AppStore? I ask as the iPad jailbreak has only just been demonstrated, but not actually implemented yet as far as I know. Plus this seems like one of those possibly useful and fun type of Apps that Apple wouldn't 'approve' for their official store...
Paulo Motta
Paulo Motta - April 6, 2010 at 7:39pm
Very clever. This gives the idea of using the iPhone camera for video calls. Just point your iPhone's camera to you.
Cyber Mafia
Cyber Mafia - April 6, 2010 at 8:27pm
I Agree and top of that you can do photoshoot and iPad will react like a Output Monitor.
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