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Bit spammy, but when a site I personally frequent drops a review, that excites me! :)
DSLR Controller + TP-LINK Portable WiFi Router = Way Too Much Fun to Put in a Title
The XTi works somewhat, but I wouldn't recommend it, to be honest.
I used DSLR controller with my 5dmk3 for a long photo shoot in December and it worked like a champ. At this point, I take it for granted that it's there and has become an integral part of my photography workflow.
Bought it loved it when I tested it and haven't used it since but only because I'm waiting for a decent tripod. I have a canon 400 (xti) and 600 and it works great with both. For programmed long exposure I would recommend a small pouch or a holder... but there is so much to say about it I would need a full page for that!!
I haven't used this app of yours, but I have used others. That said, if I felt a developer promoting his own apps on his personal account was spammy, one, I'd be wrong, but more importantly, two, I wouldn't be following you. Keep up the good work and keep the "spam" coming. ?
I find the server mode of DSLR Controller and a spare android with USB-OTG support works very well. Recently use that setup to convict a stray cat of B+E on my shed.
This works with Nikon? If not, do you think about developing for the Nikon DSLR? Thank you!
+Chainfire, I have a first-version Kindle Fire that I can root and update - can you point me to a ROM / kernel that will allow the DSLR Controller app to work? I understand USB host OTG is my great need, but I can't figure out which CM version will cover me for sure. My camera is a 5D Mark III so I should be in good shape there. Thanks!