By Antonio A Santiago
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Please read carefully as there are some hardware requirements and limitations when using the app.
Control your DSLR camera from your iPhone or iPad with five different modes of operation. Shoot, Long Exposure, Time Lapse, HDR Bracketing and Movie Mode. DSLR.Bot also has a GPS logging feature for geo-tagging your photos. This app requires an infrared transmitter to control the camera functions.
Please visit www.dslrbot.com to check the compatibility of your camera. The DSLR.Bot Infrared Transmitter is also available for purchase from the website as well as DIY instructions to create your own.
Warning for the iPhone and iPod Touch devices purchased in the European region. There is a Volume Limit Cap applied to these devices which may severely affect the performance of the IR transmitter and in some cases will not work. Unless you are familiar with a workaround to this Cap, please proceed at ones own discretion.
What's New in Version 6.2
UI Orientation Fixes.
Long Exposure Fixes.
I have an iphone 4 and it's working well. I have the triggertrap app and I'd say they're pretty close except triggertrap looks better and has a few more options. Other than that it's good. I don't think it's worth the money tho since triggertrap is free and does the exact same thing.
Can't get it to work on iPhone 5s
It looks like it would be great if I could only get it to work. The infrared converter doesn't work on my iPhone 5s. The I get a message about my volume not being turned up enough even though it is. There is a disclaimer on their web site about it not working on the European versions of the iPhone because of the volume limits but no mention about not working on the American iPhone 5s. Bummer.
I am very pleased with this app it does all it says, except I bought this so I could record movies without having to stand directly behind my Nikon. Unfortunately you can only utilize the movie feature on canon, not nikon :/