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CamRanger Wireless Transmitter for Select Canon and Nikon DSLR Cameras
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- Control DSLR Remotely via iOS Device
- Photo/ Video Capture, Live View, HDR
- Intervalometer, Bulb, Focus Stacking
- Control Shutter Speed, Aperture, WB, ISO
- Metering, Drive/Shooting Mode, and More
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The CamRanger Wireless Transmitter for Select Canon and Nikon DSLR Cameras from CamRanger allows you to wirelessly control your digital SLR and view and share images via your mobile device. Remotely access advanced features, functions and settings, such as live view, intervalometer, bulb mode for shutter, and HDR bracketing, in addition to photo capture, movie recording, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, ISO, metering mode, drive/shooting mode, image format, focus mode (Nikon only), focus stacking, auto exposure mode (Nikon only), exposure compensation, bracketing, and software autofocus toggle.
Seller Warranty DescriptionCamRanger includes a 6 month warranty replacement policy. Note the warranty only covers defects and not damage, including, but not limited to, water damage or abuse.
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This is exactly what I've been looking for. I shoot a lot of portraits/model shoots and the ability to put it live on an iPad and show and discuss with my clients at the same time is something I've been trying to do for a long time. It also helps me significantly with composition, focus and the ability to actually see whats going on. In addition having the three star rating system saves tons of post time, by doing it right there with your client on location is awesome! When I get to a computer I can download the images, go through the list and pick the star rated ones. Huge time saver!
I have a Zacuto loop, which I'll still use in bright sun, but I see this product eliminating most of my need for it. I've tried Lightroom tethering to a laptop, direct HDMI into a large screen TV and nothing comes close to this. This product was obviously designed by photographers for photographers. If you have it tethered with LightRoom the first thing you notice on Nikon is the photos go to lightroom and not your card. So even though they are in Lightroom, it breaks my workflow. If I knock over the laptop and crash the hard drive, I've lost all my work. Plus I'm tied to a USB cable to the laptop. When you shoot with this product, I can now shooot RAW + JPG and only the jpg is xfered over to my iPad live as I shoot and the images remain in tact on my Camera. Wow, I thought it was a Nikon limitation preventing photos from also being written to my camera cards. Sweet!
Up to this point my iPad was a nice to have, but not useful as a professional photography tool. Just transferring photos from my camera to my ipad (especially when shooting RAW+JPG) was an exercise in futility. Using the Apple import utility forces both RAW an JPG to be downloaded. And thats just the tip of the iceberg. iPads for professional use due to the way Apple handles things is/was a major PIA until now.
On the support front I sent two questions to their support department and was amazed to get such a quick accurate and concise response. I feel like if I have an issue I'll get to someone who can act on it.
In terms of those people who say there are open source alternatives and you can buy the wi-fi hardware cheaper, good for you - go for it, but I'm not paying for just the hardware here, I'm paying for the software, support and future development. This isn't the type of product you can put on the apple store and charge a buck for either, its a smaller market. I need something that's going to work! They spent time developing custom firmware, doing camera integration and writing software for iPads, Droids, Windows and Apple products! Crap, thats a lot of investment. Then they pay someone to support the product and they have future development. I'm paying my part to help keep that going. And more importantly I want to be shooting and not writing code or tinkering with hardware and software. Bravo to CamRanger for a great product. Its a fair price!
Finally the one improvement I would suggest would be to be able to shoot, turn off the router and camera, and still get into the full application and view the last session (think going to lunch with your client). That way I could continue to do image review with the cached images while leaving the camera and router in the studio.
I walked up to 80' away and it worked, I lost connection 2x during a 2 hour test at two locations and it reset within 1 min. This compared to Canon's wifi app and it never connected to my iphone at my home. The only negative is the speed of the ios app thumbs downloading is not very fast (when shooting quickly @1 frame a sec). I also (nitpicking here) think the medium gray gets lost a bit when you are trying to go from live view to camera mode to trigger a flash. That's one Canon issue where if you are in live view you cannot trigger a flash when triggering the shutter. You have to close the live view then shoot. This is the case using the Canon software - tethered with usb to a laptop.
I'm a DIY type of person but I didn't have time to try the 40.00 option plus buying an Android tablet so I had to pay full price for this. I do wish the price was about 150, but what are you going to do? I needed to test this out for my upcoming shoot and it works as advertised.
With the D800 I had been looking for a studio monitor type setup so I could frame video shots and macro still closeups without squinting at the natty LCD on the back. The Camranger is that, and a lot more: It produces a low-latency live view superior to any viewfinder use I've seen previously, with all the camera controls cleverly organized. Is my shot tack sharp? I can double-tap the view to zoom to sensor pixel level and dial things in just right. Switch from video to still photo mode and back and forth without touching the camera controls at all. I can see a live histogram to evaluate exposure while I'm doing all that. Setup was a breeze, and the thing just works out of the box. Really nice little gizmo, by far the best "life of usefulness extension" for a camera that I've ever encountered. My D800 is new and awesome again!
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It has exceeded my expectations!!! I have complete control through the Live View function of my camera from the iPad .