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onOne DSLR Camera Remote Pro Introduction

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Published on Aug 10, 2012

In this video I introduce the onOne DSLR Camera Remote Pro software for the iPhone. Since I don't have an iPad yet, I can't review the iPad version, but its basically the same thing with a nicer larger screen.

The DSLR Camera Remote Pro app turns your iPhone or iPad into a remote monitoring and remote control system for your Canon or Nikon DSLR camera. Hook up your camera to a computer or laptop, run the onOne Software DSLR Camera Remote Server, and control your camera wirelessly with your iPhone or iPad.

Check out this amazing tool at www.ononesoftware.com

Update: unfortunately onOne discontinued support for this app and software, so it is no longer available on the app store. I personally now use an Android app I like better as it plugs directly into the camera, but for iOS the only current options I see are CameraMator and CamRanger. The CamRanger does actually seem very good, but at 299$, I might not pull the trigger on that one.

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If you would like to test it out before you purchase it, they also offer a free (crippled) version.

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This video was filmed with the Canon EOS T2i and an EF 50mm f/1.8 lens.
The audio was captured using the Neewer lapel microphone and the Zoom H4n.
Focusing done with the onOne DSLR Camera Remote Pro for iPhone.
Lighting done by bouncing off a work lamp on the wall, though sadly you can see some reflection in my glasses.

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