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XSories Weye Feye Wireless Camera Remote Control And Instant Wi-Fi Sharing For Canon And Nikon DSLR Cameras (Black/Orange)
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- Wirelessly control your DSLR camera's functions via free Android or iOS smart app and instantly share content via its built-in Wi-Fi network
- Works with NIKON D5100,D600,D7000,D300,D700,D300s,D800,D90 and CANON 6D,40D,450D,50D,7D,5D ll ,60D,650D,600D,5D lll and controls shutter release, flash, ISO, aperture, white balance, manual or automatic focus, zoom, shooting mode, and many more - all from over 250 feet away
- Live View lets you see exactly what the camera sees with only 0.2 seconds delay. Gallery function lets you delete or save media and share instantly to social networks, the web, or your computer
- Compact design - only 3 ounces and attaches to your tripod, monopod, or camera strap with included Velcro straps
- NOTE: If your firmware needs to be updated, visit the support center at xsories.com for instructions
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Cutting Edge, User-Friendly Technology
The Weye Feye connects directly to your DSLR's micro USB port, with no additional software or formatting required.
Intuitive LEDs indicate on/off and remaining battery life. The Weye Feye runs autonomously from your DSLR's battery for up to 8 hours on a full charge.
Wireless Camera Recognition
Once the Weye Feye and your DSLR are powered on, select the Weye Feye's wireless network in your smart device's settings menu, and your camera will appear for selection.
With the app's LiveView function, you see exactly what the camera sees with only 0.2 seconds latency, so you'll never miss the action.
Creativity At Your Fingertips
The Weye Feye works with almost all Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras and controls virtually every vital function - from shutter release, flash, ISO, white balance, aperture, zoom, focus, and many more - all from distances up to 250 feet away.
Share Your Content Instantly
The app's Gallery function lets you delete or save your media after shooting and share it instantly to social media, the web, or even your own computer through ithe built-in Wi-Fi network.
With a high-impact protective rubber casing, the Weye Feye still only weighs 3 ounces and easily attaches to your tripod, monopod, or camera strap with the included velcro strips.
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The Weye Feye from XSories is an external device that enables you to wirelessly control your DSLR camera's functions via a free app available for both Android and iOS smart devices. The Weye Feye works with most Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras and can control shutter release, flash, ISO, aperture, white balance, manual or automatic focus, zoom, shooting mode, and many more functions - all from a distance of over 250 feet. The free Weye Feye app also features Live View, where you can see exactly what the camera sees with a latency of only 0.2 seconds. Once you've collected your media, the app's Gallery function lets you save or delete the photos/videos you wish to keep and share them instantly to social networks, the web, or even your own computer - all through the Weye Feye's built-in Wi-Fi network. The Weye Feye's battery life is completely autonomous from your camera, and can run for 8 hours on a full charge. The Weye Feye is your own personal camera assistant, saving you time and allowing you to focus on creating the best, most creative images possible.
Install the firmware:
Before upgrading the firmware of the WeyeFeye, please fully charge the battery. To make sure the battery is full, press the button. The LED close to the button will show the battery status. Green means that there is enough battery to do the upgrade. This is very important! 1. Unzip the attached WFPackUpgrade.zip file on a USB disk, and arrange the folder with the structure below. H drive: \- WFPackUpgrade \- upgrade.bin 2. Plug the USB disk into the WeyeFeye and turn it on. The LED close to the USB port will blink for about 10 seconds until the device is ready. 3. With an Android phone, go to the WiFi setting menu and connect to WeyeFeye91xxxx. 4. Then, open the Weye Feye App and it should ask you to start the upgrade process. 5. Click ‘Upgrade’ to start the upgrade. Please DO NOT turn off the Weye Feye during the process. 6. The upgrade process will last about 1-2 minutes. When finished, please reboot the Weye Feye. 7. Restart the App and enjoy using the Weye Feye!
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They make 2 version of this. The regular version described above, and an "S" version which only includes the gallery functions (i.e. no remote-control).
I bought the regular version with remote control even though I don't currently have a use for it. The unit seems to be more rugged and better protected as well as smaller than the camranger and has 2x the range if you believe the specs.
The way it works is that you plug your camera into the USB port on the weye-feye and you connect wirelessly to the weye-feye from your iPad, iPhone, android device or windows PC.
On ios/android you have a pretty complete set of remote control functions including live view, selection of most camera parameters, focus point selection, etc.
On windows, you just get file transfer to the folder of your choice.
On ios/android you do not get file transfer but the host app on your device is able to peak into the camera's file system to view files stored on your camera's flash card.
Contrary to the whining on amazon.com, connecting up to the weye-feye was very simple and easy.
For me - interested primarily in previewing images - the big #FAIL in the android and ios app is the inability to autoadvance the picture. You have to manually refresh the image list every time a new picture is taken. With the eyefi card, on android , pc and ios, I can be in the gallery and looking at a full screen picture of the latest image I have taken and every time I take a new picture, it auto-updates and shows the new picture full screen. With the weye-feye, I have to go over to the tablet and manually refresh and open the latest picture each time. This is no good in the studio or in the field IMO and it seems like an easy problem to solve but 3 separate attempts at contacting their support yielded nothing.
If you are using a windows computer, you can have the weye-feye app auto-transfer the files to your computer and using lightroom's file monitoring function, lightroom *will* auto-update to the latest file you have transfered. However, I do not want to take my notebook computer out in the field for shoots. I guess if you have a surface pro and are running the full version of lightroom on it you could have the best of both worlds.
I also contacted shuttersnitch - who's software i use on my ipad with my eyefi card - but it seems that they are not particularly interested in supporting weye-feye (or camranger for that matter).
I have not had a chance to investigate whether the camranger apps for ios or andoid can do the auto-update of the gallery photos. Maybe someone else can comment on that?
Anyway, for me and the fact that I'm not particularly interested in the remote control aspect, the weye-feye and the lack of support have me inclined to return the unit. Maybe a future software update will fix the problem. If so, i would buy this again.
I must say that I really do like the concept but, there are some things that are extremely annoying with the Weye Feye.
The manual that comes with the unit is horrible and vague, it really doesn't explain anything or give any real instructions as to how to control the Weye Feye. I have a few complaints about this Weye Feye and I've only just begun to use it.
First, all that is included is the manual, the registration card, the Weye Feye unit and a cable that has a USB connector on one end and a micro USB on the other. This cable is for charging the battery but, a charger is not supplied with the unit. I'm not sure about the supported Nikon cameras but, the supported Canon cameras use a mini USB cable so, you have to supply your own cable too.
Second, I hooked my Canon 50D to the Weye Feye and initially it seemed fine but, within a couple minutes, the Weye Feye dumped connectivity and the only way to link it again was to totally shut down the Weye Feye and the camera then restart both, within a couple minutes, it did it again and continuously repeated this same annoying process. I decided to remove it from my 50D and try my 60D. For whatever reason, I didn’t have any connectivity issues with my 60D, it didn’t dump.
Third, if you want to change the ISO, it’s very easy to do and straight forward however, if you want to change the exposure, good luck! So far, I haven’t figured out how to change the exposure thanks to the horrible manual that comes with the Weye Feye and the lack of any kind of instruction manual in the app store or self contained within the app itself. The focus is all manual even though the camera is in auto focus not to forget that when you manual focus, it is extremely slow to focus. There has to be a way to use the auto focus but, unfortunately thanks to the lack of any kind of usable operational information, I have no choice but to muddle through it and try to figure it out.
For me this is very annoying, you have no choice but to figure everything out on your own, it's ridiculous!
Fourth, the most annoying thing about this Weye Feye that I have come across so far is that once you link to it and take a picture, for some reason it goes into the settings of the camera and turns off the photo review so that when you disconnect from the Weye Feye, you have to go into the camera settings and select the review time and turn it back on. This really worries me because it makes me wonder what else it’s changing in my camera settings that I haven’t found yet? It also makes me wonder if the Weye Feye is installing anything into the operating system of my camera without my consent or knowledge. Just in case it's not obvious, this happened to both, my 60D AND my 50D.
If this thing is as good as what they advertise it to be, why don't they include a real instruction manual on the Weye Feye website AND include it in the app? The major benefit to having a usable instruction manual is that people like me like to read through the manual to see features available and how to use them and the ease of operation. I want this thing to work so bad but, it's turning into something extremely annoying!
Had I known about all these unknown issues and annoying operations up front, I don’t think I would have bought this item in the first place. As it stands right now, my advice is DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY LIKE IT APPEARS I DID!
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