CamCap - DSLR Controller

CamCap - DSLR Controller


CamCap is a camera control software.
With this App you can operate your Nikon or Canon DSLR camera.

NO Computer or laptop is required.
Just connect your camera with USB cable to your tablet.


NOTICE!!!
This is BETA release. Some features can produce issues. The price will grow when the App reach stability.
All user that buy this BETA becomes the update for free.

Following cameras are tested:
Nikon: D7000, D300s, D70s, D40
Canon: EOS 400D, EOS 450D, EOS 500D, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III

Others models should work too, but they are not tested.

Main features:
- Tethered shooting
- Change major settings (aperture, shutter speed, etc.)
- Manual focus / Autofocus*
- Live View*
- Bracketing mode
- Time lapse mode
- Transfer images to the device (RAW + JPEG)
- Preview of transferred images (JPEG only)

* This function depends on the capabilities of the connected camera.

PS:
The price is inclusive tax!


------------Requirements------------
OS: Honeycomb (Android 3.1)
HW: USB host mode (Most Honeycomb tablets since Android 3.1)

Recent changes:
Fix LiveView (D300 and D90)
Add fullscreen mode
Improved stability and performance
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$8.95
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2.9
User ratings
73
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About CamCap - DSLR Controller
CamCap is a camera control software.
With this App you can operate your Nikon or Canon DSLR camera.

NO Computer or laptop is required.
Just connect your camera with USB cable to your tablet.


NOTICE!!!
This is BETA release. Some features can produce issues. The price will grow when the App reach stability.
All user that buy this BETA becomes the update for free.

Following cameras are tested:
Nikon: D7000, D300s, D70s, D40
Canon: EOS 400D, EOS 450D, EOS 500D, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III

Others models should work too, but they are not tested.

Main features:
- Tethered shooting
- Change major settings (aperture, shutter speed, etc.)
- Manual focus / Autofocus*
- Live View*
- Bracketing mode
- Time lapse mode
- Transfer images to the device (RAW + JPEG)
- Preview of transferred images (JPEG only)

* This function depends on the capabilities of the connected camera.

PS:
The price is inclusive tax!


------------Requirements------------
OS: Honeycomb (Android 3.1)
HW: USB host mode (Most Honeycomb tablets since Android 3.1)

Recent changes:
Fix LiveView (D300 and D90)
Add fullscreen mode
Improved stability and performance

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
Useless This app is useless
A Google User
Jan 28, 2014
Useless I thought I'd try this, since I've had some technical problems with a different App that's available for free. However, this is far inferior. It doesn't allow me to choose where I want to focus (rendering it useless for my needs), and it only has one option in the Settings. In fact, I don't know why the developer called it Settings at all. This is the first app I paid for, and I wouldn't download it for free!
A Google User
Apr 16, 2013
Nexus 10/Nikon D3200 I have been using the "demo" version of this app for the past year or so. I was hesitant on paying for the app, based upon some reviews. I had no problems using the app, live view and Time Lapse work fine for me. The ONLY issue I have, is that there is a "formatting error" when trying to use the Auto Bracketing function, I am unable to select "step size", unless I use a BT pointing device, or a stylus.
A Google User
Apr 14, 2013
Could be great but falls way short. I can't get a signal to my galaxy note 10.1 from my nikon d7000 so it's currently useless with that device. It does appear on my galaxys3 but the window is cropped so you can't fire the shutter as a remote because the button isn't visable on the screen. So in it's current form with with my camera and devices it's a waste on money. Now if they could get these bugs out AND figure out how I could teather the app through my phone to my tablet via bluetooth so I could use the phone as a broadcast device but the tablet as a remote wirelessly than that would be something to write home about. I'd pay 20 bucks for that app. But currently it's worth -$4.95 to me.
A Google User
Jan 12, 2013
Good but need work Works fine most of the time although connection between the camera is sometimes lost for no reason, reconnecting is usually easy but, once in a while, I need to restart the app to reconnect. Would love to be able to zoom in the picture. Very hard to focus precisely in live view since you can't zoom in.