Posts Tagged ‘remotetrigger’

This Free App Turns Your Android Phone into a Universal IR DSLR Remote

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If you’ve been considering buying an IR remote for your DSLR and you own an Android phone, you might want to hold off and try this free app first. Called ShutterBOT, it turns many of the most popular IR-equipped Android phones into DSLR IR remotes that will work with most of the DSLRs out there. Read more…

Video: How ‘Through the Glass’ Backboard Cameras are Set Up at the NCAA Final Four

Many spectacular sports photos are captured by cameras that are being triggered from a ways away, as this allows for angles that would otherwise be dangerous — for both the photographer and the athletes — or outright impossible to capture. But have you ever wondered how these remote cameras are set up?

Well, if you have (or even if you haven’t and are now intrigued) then professional sports photographer Brett Wilhelm has some answers for you in the form of a BTS/tutorial video that was shot on-location at the 2014 NCAA Final Four. Read more…

Selfy Integrates Remote Trigger Into Phone and Tablet Cases

There are quite a few options in the form of applications and even other devices that will allow you to take photos with your phone via a remote, but none are quite as integrated as Selfy. Read more…

Camera Plus AirSnap: Use One iOS Device to Remote Trigger Another

In the latest update for Camera Plus (not to be confused with the more popular Camera+), the development team has implemented a new feature called AirSnap. What AirSnap does is allow you to turn your iOS device into a remote control for another iOS device. Read more…

DIY Wireless Remote Created with a Cable Release and Arduino

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I need the ability to wirelessly take photos, but my Fujifilm X100 did not have a conventional shutter release — it has the old fashioned ”cable” release.

After playing around and buying some cheap cable releases off eBay, I was able to build a working wireless shutter using an Arduino, servo, and a cheap wireless shutter for a Canon DSLR.
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