Thursday, June 28, 2012

World's Wildest Cable Release

I am at a halt. I have a product in front of me that seems to defy me - not that it would be a daunting affair to a younger person. Let me elaborate.

Do you own an iPhone, and iPod touch, or an iPad? Do you own a Canon DSLR camera? Do you want to control the camera with any...or all...of these devices? Apparently you can with the ioShutter. It connects between the two devices ( camera, phone or pod) and the computers inside them talk to each other. You can interrupt with suggestions and they will respond - I have been involved in these sorts of things at cocktail parties.

You download the free ioShutter app from the iTunes app store, whatever that may mean, and connect the cable. Then away you go.

The camera will fire off if you make a loud noise - " Clap To Snap ". It will operate if you belt it - " Shake To Take ". It will speed up life with repeated time lapse exposures. Quite a departure from the cloth-covered cable release of olden days, though I bet it will still get kinked and grubby at the bottom of your camera bag, so there is a little tradition in there after all.

Any road, if you want 'em, we've got 'em, and they are only $ 89

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Blogger Michael & Linda said...

Sounds great, hope you sell heaps of them, I have a nikon and use TriggerTrap dongle - same result!

June 28, 2012 at 6:16 PM  

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World's Wildest Cable Release

I am at a halt. I have a product in front of me that seems to defy me - not that it would be a daunting affair to a younger person. Let me elaborate.

Do you own an iPhone, and iPod touch, or an iPad? Do you own a Canon DSLR camera? Do you want to control the camera with any...or all...of these devices? Apparently you can with the ioShutter. It connects between the two devices ( camera, phone or pod) and the computers inside them talk to each other. You can interrupt with suggestions and they will respond - I have been involved in these sorts of things at cocktail parties.

You download the free ioShutter app from the iTunes app store, whatever that may mean, and connect the cable. Then away you go.

The camera will fire off if you make a loud noise - " Clap To Snap ". It will operate if you belt it - " Shake To Take ". It will speed up life with repeated time lapse exposures. Quite a departure from the cloth-covered cable release of olden days, though I bet it will still get kinked and grubby at the bottom of your camera bag, so there is a little tradition in there after all.

Any road, if you want 'em, we've got 'em, and they are only $ 89

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