By Yusuke sekikawa
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Camera for iPad CAMERA-A
Got No 1 in Photograhy category!
Transfer live view and Photos between iOS devices.
☆Major Version UP! Version 3.1 Has Just Released!!☆
✔FULL iPhone4 and iOS4 Support.
You can toggle Front camera and Rear camera.
You can use Torch or Flash on iPhone4.
✔Pro Camera mode.
Strage Mode:Stops Live view image.Full resolution image is transfer from CAMERA-B to CAMERA-A.Image is automatically saved to iPad.
It saves battery life dramatically.
Now you can select and transfer photos from your photo Library.
Touch Focus is supported.
Not only you can touch focus directory on Camera-B,but also you can touch focus via Camera-A wirelessly,
You can draw picture on Camera-A and the picture is transfer to Camera-B.
★Why Better than other APP?
✔No connection setup. You do not need annoying connection procedure.Just Turn on APP on both device.
✔CAMERA-B is free,It means you can enjoy with your friends's iPhone without extra cost!
Unfortunately iPad does not have Camera.
✔You wanna take picture with iPad beautiful big screen?
✔Have you ever thought that it would be great if you can see the image from the place you put your camera when taking a picture?
Well, here is a solution!
It's really simple, just launch CAMERA-A on ANY iOS device,and launch CAMERA-B on iOS device with camera.
Select mode above on Camera-A,It automatically connect each other.
In Live Camera mode,Camera-B starts transfer live view images to Camera-A.
●●●Live Camera mode●●●
Live view is transfer from CAMERA-B to CAMERA-A.
Double tap display on Camera-A or Camera-B to toggle toach.
Other setting,such as live view resolution,Save to iPhone setting is in bottom button.
NOTE:Still image resoluton is limited to 640x480 in this mode.
●●●Pro Camera mode●●●
No live view is transfered.
Still picture is full resoluton.
Saves battery life than Live Camera mode.
You can select and transfer photos from your photo livrary.
You can use CAMERA-A as remote shutter button for CAMERA-B.
You can select weather picture is saved to iPhone in Pro Camera mode and Live Camera mode with "Save to iPhone" Switch.
CAMERA-A and B enables you to view the image of what the camera is pointed at, and at the necessary moment release the shutter to capture the picture.
Therefore, CAMERA-A and B can be applied for doing various photography:
✔Sport Photography – You can set Your camera behind the goal net, at the same time taking photos of the middle field.
✔Nature Photography – You can set Your camera in an open spot, not disturbing wild animals with Your presence.
✔Family photography – You can make snap shots, capturing the moments filled with surprise and naturalness.
✔Aerial photography – CAMERA-A and B may also be useful for AP (where people hang a camera from an aircraft, kite or a mast), as the video feed will allow You to easily see where the camera is pointing.
➠You need free iPhone APP CAMERA-B to use this APP.(Use in pair with CAMERA-B version 3.1.1 or higher.)
➠Turn bluetooth ON on both device,or connect both device to a same WiFi network.
➤If connection problem happens
•Turn off WiFi. The WiFi and Bluetooth radios operate on the same frequency band and share an antenna. Turning off WiFi ensures that the maximum bandwidth is available to the Bluetooth connection.
(Or turn off bluetooth and turn on Wifi.).
My Support Page
What's New in Version 3.1.2
Bug Fix.( "Receive images in Pro mode is small" issue fixed)
I downloa ded this app to an original iPad and then found the camera-b app which I put on my wife's iPhone 4S. I made sure they were on the same wi-fi network. They sync'd within a few seconds.
I took several pictures in the Live camera mode then switched to the Pro Camera mode. I took several photos of my dog, orchids, pineapple plant, and the tree in the front yard. Yea! I now have an easy way to get beautiful (8 meg pix) photos to my iPad.
Update: Testing in Bluetooth Mode
I enabled Bluetooth on both of my devices with wi-fi turned off. Then I took a picture of my vehicle outside using Pro Camera Mode. Then while that photo was displayed on my iPad, I took a picture of THAT photo plus a little more, so yes, the system works on Bluetooth, but a little slower on the file transfer, which I thought would be correct for it to be a little slower.
It's a cute idea, and when it works, it works as-expected. You have to remember to enable bluetooth on both devices, and install Camera-A on one, with Camera-B on the other.
However, even with a perfect storm of setup, I could only get it working three times out of 10 attempts. The apps have a lot of trouble finding eachother. Once connected, I had serious problems with rotation, compression, and camera selection.
It's a GOOD idea, but I think the app needs a bit more polish before it's worth any money. It's too unstable in its current form.
The most convoluted, unintuitive mess I ever saw!
Although it "works", this app (and it's unavoidable pair) are the most convolutedly, unintuitively made mess I ever had bad luck to pay for. Yes, even a buck seems too much at times. There is NO flow, NO logic, NO reason for "solutions" and BY ALL MEANS NO DESIGN in this app. The only thing to its credit is that image does reach iPad. And I use the term intentionally, as awkward as it sounds, it leaves you with an idea what o expect from this app. Sure, it works. As well as smashing little grains of graphite rolling on a sheet of paper with a hammer would work for writing a letter or better yet, sketching a drawing. Get the picture? Yes, that bad.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Mar 19, 2011
- Version: 3.1.2
- Size: 0.3 MB
- Seller: Yusuke sekikawa
- © Yusuke sekikawa
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.