Features

New Features in version 3

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April 7, 2011

Camera IR Signal in settings – Change the IR signal from 4 different camera modes in iPhone settings / DSLR.Bot / Camera IR Signal. Canon EOS, Nikon, Pentax and Sony Nex. GPS Rate Settings – Configurable rate in which the GPS logs your co-ordintates. GPS Load Settings – Adjust how many pins to load from previously recorded GPS...
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HDR Bracketing

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September 28, 2010
HDRBracketing

Due to limitations of the infrared interfacing the quickest shutter speed will be 0.3 seconds. Set the camera to “BULB” mode for this application to control the camera. First select Bracket number, then select first value and test its exposure by pressing the corresponding button. Once your happy with the exposure then select the...
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Movie Mode

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September 10, 2010
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Control the Start and Stop recording in Live View mode. A Shot list is generated when the recording is triggered. The shoot title can be edited for specific shots. If recorded videos are deleted on the camera the listed shot can also be deleted with a swipe. With once press over a shot list item you...
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Time Lapse

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September 10, 2010
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Create time lapse sequences with the ability to specify the amount of shots to be taken and the duration for each shot interval. A Rapid Firefunction is added giving a continious burst of shoots, the speed in which your photos are taken are depndant on the camera specifications.
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Long Exposure

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September 10, 2010
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Take full control of your cameras long exposure ability and extend the time of your exposures.
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Shoot

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September 10, 2010
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Trigger your camera with Shoot or 2 Second Delay button. Within shoot mode you can enable a GPS Log function that records your location at the time the shot is triggered. This can GPS log can be exported and synced with the photos triggered by the camera.
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Infrared Transmitter

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July 15, 2010
DSLRBOT IR Transmitter

An  infrared transmitter must be plugged into the headphone jack of the iPhone for this application to work.  This can be purchase from our online store at DSLR.Bot Infrared Transmitter or by following simple DIY instructions found at the Instructables website, you can make one yourself.
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