onOne Software Updating DSLR Camera Remote

. September 22, 2011 . 0 Comments

onOne Software have said that they are in the process of upgrading the DSLR camera remote from the present 1.3 version to a more superior 1.4 version. One of the expected upgrade will be an additional support for the Canon 60D and the Nikon D7000. The first ever to be produced DSLR Camera Remote was mainly produced to function with the iPhone or iPod Touch.

“DSLR Camera Remote is highly popular among professionals and hobbyist photographers who appreciate the significance of shooting remotely and we are tremendously thrilled to present a new and distinct version that enhances iPad support and the ability start, stop and monitor video as a direct response to their requests,” said Craig Keudell, president of OnOne Software. ”We anticipate to fullyexploit the available new platforms in the ever changing digital photography sector in order to offer customers with tools that will assist them in spending additional time behind the camera.”

Additional Features of the DSLR Camera Remote:
UPGRADED IPAD: The latest version of the DSLR Camera Remote HD has completely made use of the large screen or interface. It also has other unique features which include the image thumbnails and larger previews as well as a speedy access to various available options such as the intervalometer and auto bracketing.

Latest Video Mode: This includes the Start and stop video recording for supported cameras and even distant monitor video on an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. The latest iPad version also has Video mode.

More info: http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/dslr-camera-remote/

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