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Fujifilm Finally Revamps Its Horrible Camera Remote App

Fujifilm has received rave reviews for its cameras in recent years, but sadly the same can't be said about its companion app for mobile devices. But Fujifilm just released a new major version of its Camera Remote app, and v4.0 promises design and usability improvements.

CamRanger MINI: Twice the Range and Half the Size

CamRanger has announced the CamRanger MINI, a miniature yet more powerful version of the CamRanger wireless camera remote control system that was launched back in 2012. It has twice the range, half the size, and two-thirds the price.

How To Make a 150-foot Wireless Remote by Hacking a Garage Door Opener

While working on some light painting shots, Sawo from Enlightpaintment was frustrated that he had to keep running back and forth from his camera. Even using an IR remote he was adding seconds of unnecessary exposure during which he wasn't actually doing anything but running. So, in a fit of creativity, he decided to put together his own DIY wireless remote using about $20 worth of equipment from Radio Shack and EBay.

Trigger Your Camera 12 Different Ways With Triggertrap’s New App

When we told you about the StrikeFinder app earlier, we mentioned that what set it apart was that it used your actual iPhone's camera; it wasn't just acting as the trigger. Well, Trigertrap's new mobile app is just acting as the trigger, but it's acting as a very comprehensive trigger.

Trigger Happy Turns Your Smartphone Into a Fancy Camera Remote

Trigger Happy is a new product that lets you use your iOS or Android smartphone as a fancy camera remote. It consists of an app and a one-meter-long cable that goes from your phone's audio jack to your camera. Besides acting as a simple remote shutter release for shake-free shots, the app offers bulb functionality for timing long exposures, an intervalometer for timelapse photography, HDR mode, and bramping. They're also working on lightning detection, audio waveform detection, face detection, and accelerometer-based triggering.