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onOne preps iPad version of DSLR Camera Remote

updated 12:05 pm EDT, Mon November 1, 2010

Regular app to get 60D, D7000 support

onOne says it is preparing an iPad edition of its DSLR Camera Remote app. Called DSLR Camera Remote HD, the app will use a new interface, with features like larger previews and quicker access to functions like auto-bracketing. It should also have upgraded, gesture-based preview commands, and the ability to start, stop and monitor video on compatible Canon and Nikon DSLRs.

Video recording will be available for iPhone and iPod owners using DSLR Camera Remote Pro 1.3, but only as a $10 in-app purchase. onOne is meanwhile working on a Pro 1.4 update which will support more cameras, such as the Nikon D7000, and Canon's Rebel T2i and EOS 60D. Like the iPad app, the iPhone software should get improved previews, as well as the option of saving a local low-resolution copy of an image for editing or sharing.

Both Remote HD and Pro 1.4 are only expected to become available in late November. HD will cost $50, while Pro is $20. In either case free Mac or Windows server software is a required download.






by MacNN Staff

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  1. bjojade

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Server required. boo.

    The concept of the software is pretty sweet, but the downside is that your camera needs to be tethered to a computer for it to work. It would be super awesome if there was a way to make it work without that. Something like a bluetooth or WIFI dongle would make this awesome.

    Make it work in conjunction with Eye-Fi and you've got a winner!

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