BlueSLR allows you to connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to your DSLR camera via Bluetooth and using the BlueSLR application, remotely release its shutter from up to 300 ft away. Currently the BlueSLR is support by 11 Nikon cameras and soon will support Canon DSLR’s together with support for Android and BlackBerry smartphones as well says the company.
Its available in two different version with slight different connectors, one for more professional camera’s D3(S), D200, D300(S) or D700 and the other designed for the mid-range D70, D3100, D5000 or D7000.
As well as triggering the shutter GPS information can also be attached to each photo. The iOS app is free to download, although the dongle will cost you $149.
For more information on setup and installing the hardware jump over to the BlueDSLR website. Or to download the free app jump over to the iTunes Store
Via EngadgetFiled Under: Apple iPad, Apple iPhone, Camera News, iPhone Apps