Friday, 29 May 2009

App that Lets You Trigger Canon DSLRs from Your iPhone

Just found information about this iphone app over at Photo District News.

Now Available

DSLR-RemoteThat Apple iPhone app we broke the news about last week from onOne Software that lets you to trigger a Canon digital SLR from your iPhone or iPod Touch has been approved by Apple and is now for sale in the iTunes App Store. Called DSLR Remote, the application lets you trip the shutter and control camera settings such as shutter speed, aperture and and white balance for Canon DSLRs right from your iPhone or iPod Tuch.

In a blog post about the Apple approval, onOne Software's Mike Wong says a Nikon version of DSLR Remote will be next. To Nikon users, Wong writes:

"I’ve got good news for you - we will be adding support for Nikon DSLRs as well which will be available in an update to the app in the very near future. A special thank you goes out to some good friends at Nikon who were kind enough to send some cameras and accessories out to us today for testing. We expect to get the Nikon DSLR cameras in our office tomorrow and we’ll begin testing. Stay tuned to this blog for the most up-to-date info on when the Nikon support will be available." 


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