Control your Canon DSLR camera from your iPhone with four different modes of operation.
DSLR.Bot also has a GPS logging feature for geo-tagging your photos. This app requires an infrared transmitter to control the camera functions.
Tags: DSLR, News, remote
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it was very interesting to read dslrbot.com
I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
And you et an account on Twitter?
I’m glad you find it interesting, your welcome to quote this post on your blog, Cheers.
I love your app.
I made my own transmitter last week. IT WORKS .-)
But after getting my sugru and a ide for a new design for the transmitter, I can’t wait until next week’s holiday, so I can make a nice diy video for the new transmitter
I´ll post it on youtube and send you the link as soon it is finish.
Its awesome to see people make their own transmitters. I’m very much into the whole DIY that’s why I wanted to share the instructions on how to build the transmitter. I’ll be keen on seeing your video. Cheers.
Does your software work with nikon dslrs?
Hi Vin, The software works on some of the nikon DSLRs, Please check the list on the specifications page to see if yours is supported.
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