Tag Archives: wireless
Posted on 16. May, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
There are a couple of USB controllers on the market, but the other day, LockCircle announced their entry in the game, the K-Circle – and the K-Circle has the option of being wireless where the others are wired. LockCircle K-Circle – The Professional USB Wireless Controller for Canon EOS Cameras For more information, visit K-Circle [...]
Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 by planetmitch.
A few weeks ago, our good friend Ollie Dale gave you an in depth review of the Cameramator (see: “CameraMator? What the heck is that and does it control my camera wirelessly from an iPhone? A review“) but now Ollie has sent us some troubling news – it seems the CameraMator app has been removed [...]
CameraMator? What the heck is that and does it control my camera wirelessly from an iPhone? A review
Posted on 27. Jan, 2013 by planetmitch.
What is this CameraMator that we featured when they were running their kickstarter project (see “CameraMator: Wireless Tethered Photography a Kickstarter project (ends tomorrow!)“)? Well, our good friend Ollie Dale has gotten his unit as a reward for supporting the project and has created this exclusive review for planet5D! Review: CameraMator from Ollie Dale Ollie’s [...]
Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by planetmitch.
Ever wanted to wirelessly (or even wired) remotely control your HDSLR? While there might be several options out there, this new one called the K-Circle from our friends at lockCircle looks pretty darn cool. It is nice to have the option of being able to buy the wired version to start out and then be [...]
Posted on 04. Sep, 2012 by planetmitch.
Here’s a kickstarter that is just about to end (sorry about the late notice) – control your DSLR and review images with an iPad, Phone and Android Devices with the CameraMator! CameraMator “Wireless tethering is the holy grail of location shooting. This Kickstarter project will make it a reality.” — CNET Australia What Is CameraMator? [...]
Posted on 16. Mar, 2011 by planetmitch.
A few weeks ago, we got a copy of the onOne DSLR Camera Remote for iPad and let me say right off the bat it is pretty cool – not perfect, but still cool. We decided the best way to produce a review was to record a podcast – and the video below was entirely [...]
Posted on 14. Mar, 2011 by planetmitch.
Sara Collaton pointed to this cool $10 iPad application called LRPAD for adjusting photos in Adobe’s Lightroom wirelessly from an Apple iPad – darn amazing! Wish there was a version for Aperture! Description LRPAD connects to Lightroom 3 over Wi-Fi, and it enables you to adjust different develop settings using multitouch controls. You can even [...]
Posted on 24. Feb, 2011 by planetmitch.
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could use your iPad or iPhone to as a remote control for your DSLR/HDSLR (either Canon or Nikon or whatever)? It turns out there are several different solutions for you to choose from! We did a post a few weeks ago about using the Canon wireless transmitters to shoot [...]
Posted on 09. Dec, 2010 by planetmitch.
Using your Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) from a remote location (even miles away) via an Apple iPad is indeed possible using the Canon WFT-E4 II Wireless Transmitter! Several months ago, we found this blog post by photographer and filmmaker Scott Audette and we’ve also recently gotten an inside look at the process from [...]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2010 by planetmitch.
You may have seen some things about the Teradek Cube, but we got the chance to interview Rod Clark while we were at the PhotoCine Expo and have produced this interview for you as well as some new information that has come out since the interview was recorded. First, you may wonder what the Cube [...]
Posted on 13. Jul, 2010 by planetmitch.
Good friends (and advertiser) of planet5D Redrock Micro has posted a new preview of the microRemote that they announced at the NAB conference. Redrock microRemote preview from Redrock Micro on Vimeo. introductory video of the microRemote wireless follow focus system, including microTape real-time rangefinder, basestation, and revolutionary microRemote with optional iPhone/iPod Touch visual interface. As [...]
Posted on 10. Jul, 2010 by planetmitch.
this DIY Canon HDSLR wireless monitor can be had for under $200.