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This update is rolling out on Google Play right now.
5D Mark IV
Changes are mostly related to the 5D Mark IV, which remains probably the most finicky camera I have worked with so far, remote control wise.
Please be sure to update it to the latest firmware, this alone solves several issues.
The latest firmware still suffer from some sort of internal corruption. If you are getting communication errors and crashes, try finding and using the "Clear all camera settings" option in the (camera's) menu. Obviously this means your camera configuration will be lost, but it fixes too many problems to ignore.
High speed continuous shooting
Some issues with high speed continuous shooting have been corrected. This should much improve stopping the capture.
At the bottom of the settings screen (cogwheel icon) there is now an option for Night/Astronomer mode. If you enable this option, the user interface is converted to grayscale and displayed in the red channel only, which should reduce impacting night vision when using the app.
Remember last major release I dropped the BETA moniker because USB host support was now relatively common and reliable? I should have known better. Several flagship devices - including the Google Pixels - suffer from an issue where communication randomly breaks down.
For the technically inclined, this happens when you use the UsbRequest API with buffers of 16kb. That you should be using 16kb buffers in the first place isn't properly documented but you can find that somewhere in the Android sources. On these devices, using any buffer larger than 8kb randomly breaks.
This only happens in combination of some cameras with some phones. Other cameras will work fine with the same phone, and other phones will work fine with the same camera.
This specific issue should be worked around now.
The TL-WR902AC is now also supported to turn into a Wi-Fi module for your camera's that don't have one built-in. See http://dslrcontroller.com/guide-wifi_wr902ac.php
Discussion thread on XDA:
Good old times ? Funny that people still need this app in times of inbuild Wifi and manufacturer apps...
+Julian B I was about to say the same thing. Since I upgraded to the 5D Mark IV, I haven't had a need for the DSLRcontroller package. I greatly appreciate Chainfire's work and knowledge.
Still using a Canon 60D I'm very happy about any new DSLRController release
And it provides valuable functionalities in combination with WLAN cameras too.
Amazing app. Chainfire rules! I will buy it soon.
La app che cercavo ! Completa su canon d80 funziona benissimo sia in whi-fi che tramite cavetto USB tutto i controlli sono disponibili dal time Laos al focus staching! Sono veramente soddisfatto !!!
How to use super su
Is it support Canon EOS 77D?
بل لماذا ث
Ever since the 1.05 update the app now crashes on video review. Need to revert back to 1.02.
Riesco ad usarla con cavo , ma via Wi-Fi non riesco chi mi dà una mano ??
Ho Android e macchina fotografica ros 1300 D.
Grazie x l' aiuto
Come la fai andare con Wi-Fi?? Io ho 1300 d Canon ed Android ultima versione.
Grazie x risposta
Devi andare nelle impostazioni - applicazioni - Dsl controller - imposta come predefinita (nel caso avessi una altra applicazione impostata come predefinita dovresti disabilitarlo per poter impostare predefinita dslr controller) in questo modo potrai
collegarla tramite whi-fi
Auch in deutsch?
Is there a tutorial for DSLR Controller
Doesn't work on my kindle fire, help me with a solution, or help me with a refund please