Photographers looking for an easy and convenient way to remotely control their DSLR or mirrorless camera may be with giving a new camera remote called the MIOPS Mobile a little more investigation.
The new camera adapter allows you to use the power of your smartphone and offers a wealth of different creative modes including time-lapse, sound, vibration, HDR, motion and more.
Watch the video below to learn more about the small pocket -sized camera remote which is now available to early bird backers priced at just $69, with shipping expected to take place during April 2017.
Forget all camera remotes you knew before. It is time for MIOPS MOBILE, the most versatile wireless camera remote ever! It combines the capabilities of your smartphone with your camera.
MIOPS MOBILE is an exciting solution for DSLR or mirrorless camera owners looking to take amazing photos with the power of smartphone. MIOPS MOBILE connects to the shutter release port of your camera and communicates with your smartphone over Bluetooth.
The MIOPS MOBILE app utilizes the smartphone’s capabilities to offer creative trigger modes like Vibration, Sound, Motion and Distance or even various Timelapse modes to fire your camera remotely. It also provides basic shutter release modes like Press&Hold, Press&Lock, Timed Release, Self Timer and HDR. But the most extra ordinary feature is what we call “Scenario” mode which combines any of the available trigger options to create magic. Moreover, you can schedule your desired mode or sequence to fire at any time while you step back and enjoy your life.
You can take photos with your DSLR or mirrorless camera using various modes within the MIOPS MOBILE smartphone app. Its refined user interface is easy to use and readily adjustable to fit your needs. Just select the desired mode and leave the control to your smartphone. It will fire your camera while you relax.
For more information on the new MIOPS Mobile Pocket Camera Remote jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Top News