If you are looking for a neat and compact way to add a Wi-Fi boost and smartpone controls to your standard DSLR camera the new Weye Feye might be worth a little more investigation.
The Weye Feye is priced at €250 or $332 and will be arriving in stores during September 2013 and has been designed to provide photographers with remote and wireless control of a DSLR camera via a smartphone application.
The Weye Feye generates its own Wi-Fi network and connects via a USB port and comes with a free companion application for both iOS and Android smartphones to use. Its creators explain:
“The high-performance central processing unit and long-life battery ensure its self-sufficient operation. The LiveView function and the built-in web server allow you to edit the images, transfer them to your mobile device and share them instantly on social networks. The Weye-Feye gives you greater freedom of movement: don’t miss a bit of the action without having to take the plunge!”
Weye Feye camera controls features live view, touch focus, remote settings, shooting mode, metering mode, remote manual focus and a useful gallery feature. For a full list of compatible camera head over to the Weye Feye website for full details and specifications.