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DslrDashboard

DslrDashboard


With DslrDashboard you can control you Nikon DSLR or any other PTP compatible camera.

You need an USB OTG cable for connecting your camera to your phone.

Not all phones/tablets are compatible. You need at least 4.x Android or higher with USB host support.

For more information check:
https://dslrdashboard.googlecode.com
and
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1256583 .

Instant Guide to DslrDashboard by Dmitri Popov:
http://dmpop.homelinux.com/dslrdashboard/
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H86Y9G
https://gumroad.com/l/dslrdashboard

This app is free with no ads so please don't add negative comments just because you ROM don't have the required USB support.
And no it's not only the kernel that needs to have USB support but your Android to. Some of Android 2.3.x have the required USB support but not all, so before you give a negative comment at least check if your ROM supports USB devices (USB accessory support is not enough)
Constructive comments are welcome.

DslrDashboard feautres:
Remote capture,
Change camera properties,
Browse images on camera,
Transfer images from camera to Android device,
Preview images (jpg and raw),
Live view,
Live view histogram,
Manual focus movement while in live view,
Start movie recording (only on camera models that support it),
Custom bracketing (up to 9 images),
Focus stacking,
Time-lapse (simple and advanced with control file and ability to move focus and send commands to Arduino),
Sound initiated capture (with spectral display and frequency/intensity selector,
Nikon flash commander dialog (CLS) for easy settings (only on camera models that support it),
DoF calculator.
Custom profiles for camera properties, custom bracketing, focus stacking, flash commander
Remote control over wireless network (Android devices must be on same network)
Support for WU-1a/1b adapter (PTP/IP)
LRTimelapse help screen - read more about it at https://code.google.com/p/dslrdashboard/wiki/lrtimelapse

Recent changes:
fix for Canon users can't enter LrTimelapse screen
fix for Canon LV focus buttons
added D5300, D610 and Df support
fix for Canon image format property
some small Canon fixes
updated LibRaw to latest version
updated to OpenCV latest version
OpenCV is now boundled with the apk so no need for OpenCV Manager
this version will only work with the latest DDServer version if you use the network option (OpenWRT)
get it here https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxMZ8XY3H2wiNmtrS0FtLTJxR1E&usp=sharing
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About DslrDashboard
With DslrDashboard you can control you Nikon DSLR or any other PTP compatible camera.

You need an USB OTG cable for connecting your camera to your phone.

Not all phones/tablets are compatible. You need at least 4.x Android or higher with USB host support.

For more information check:
https://dslrdashboard.googlecode.com
and
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1256583 .

Instant Guide to DslrDashboard by Dmitri Popov:
http://dmpop.homelinux.com/dslrdashboard/
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H86Y9G
https://gumroad.com/l/dslrdashboard

This app is free with no ads so please don't add negative comments just because you ROM don't have the required USB support.
And no it's not only the kernel that needs to have USB support but your Android to. Some of Android 2.3.x have the required USB support but not all, so before you give a negative comment at least check if your ROM supports USB devices (USB accessory support is not enough)
Constructive comments are welcome.

DslrDashboard feautres:
Remote capture,
Change camera properties,
Browse images on camera,
Transfer images from camera to Android device,
Preview images (jpg and raw),
Live view,
Live view histogram,
Manual focus movement while in live view,
Start movie recording (only on camera models that support it),
Custom bracketing (up to 9 images),
Focus stacking,
Time-lapse (simple and advanced with control file and ability to move focus and send commands to Arduino),
Sound initiated capture (with spectral display and frequency/intensity selector,
Nikon flash commander dialog (CLS) for easy settings (only on camera models that support it),
DoF calculator.
Custom profiles for camera properties, custom bracketing, focus stacking, flash commander
Remote control over wireless network (Android devices must be on same network)
Support for WU-1a/1b adapter (PTP/IP)
LRTimelapse help screen - read more about it at https://code.google.com/p/dslrdashboard/wiki/lrtimelapse

Recent changes:
fix for Canon users can't enter LrTimelapse screen
fix for Canon LV focus buttons
added D5300, D610 and Df support
fix for Canon image format property
some small Canon fixes
updated LibRaw to latest version
updated to OpenCV latest version
OpenCV is now boundled with the apk so no need for OpenCV Manager
this version will only work with the latest DDServer version if you use the network option (OpenWRT)
get it here https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxMZ8XY3H2wiNmtrS0FtLTJxR1E&usp=sharing

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A Google User
4 days ago
Focus control is not working, I cant control it..... I choose A mode por lens and aperture mode, go to de tablet and I press the little blue button to control focus, but nothing.
A Google User
6 days ago
Very good At first glance it works perfectly with Nikon D5300 (both ways: OTG and WiFi). Will test it more closely next days. Note 3 Android 4.4.2
A Google User
Oct 24, 2014
Cool Awesome way to connect your Nikon DSLR. Can save lot of memory and dump directly to phone or tab. Still getting used to various features.
A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
Very cool app Works perfectly on my Nikon D5300. But on my D3300 the app crashes after activating the live view
A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
I didnt know I can do that with my camera Try it on my 'not so new' canon 40D. Live view is working great!