PhotoIRmote

PhotoIRmote


PhotoIRmote is the first DSLR Timer Remote Controller for android devices. It allows you to shoot your camera remotely. You can use either IR or remote cable to control your camera and make Timelapses, Long Exposures photos, HDRs, …

It includes Self-timer, Long exposure, Interval-timer, Count-exposures, Auto Exposure Bracketing. You can also combine these modes. For instance, you can program PhotoIRmote to wait 5min, release the shutter, then take a total of 25 exposures at 2min intervals. You can easily take HDR photos or even make a HDR Timelapse (since it supports sequences of bracketing exposures).


Supported cameras via cable:
All of the cameras including a remote cable port. You’ll need also a CableMode.

Supported cameras via IR:
Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Samsung, Olympus. You’ll need also an IRmitter or a Samsung (SGS4, Galaxy Tab,...) or HTC (HTC ONE,...) phone with built-in IR sensor.


☆☆☆ WARNING! ☆☆☆
- Samsung and HTC phones/tablets including built-in IR sensors won’t need any extra hardware to control the camera.
- Rest of phones will require a Cable Mode or an IRmitter to control the camera. Visit our web to follow DIY instructions to easily build your own.
- PhotoIRmote works with any smartphone running android (2.1 or higher).


Before rating, please check the web, FAQs or contact us by email.

Visit our website for more info.


Tags:
photography dslr reflex camera shutter control remote infrared ir bot red timer trigger infra photo samsung dslrbot canon nikon pentax sony olympus timelapse aeb exposure bracketing hdr cable

Recent changes:
- Transitions improved
- Screen toggle button improved
- Minor bugs fixed
- Miscellaneous improvements
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$6.21
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3.6
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About PhotoIRmote
PhotoIRmote is the first DSLR Timer Remote Controller for android devices. It allows you to shoot your camera remotely. You can use either IR or remote cable to control your camera and make Timelapses, Long Exposures photos, HDRs, …

It includes Self-timer, Long exposure, Interval-timer, Count-exposures, Auto Exposure Bracketing. You can also combine these modes. For instance, you can program PhotoIRmote to wait 5min, release the shutter, then take a total of 25 exposures at 2min intervals. You can easily take HDR photos or even make a HDR Timelapse (since it supports sequences of bracketing exposures).


Supported cameras via cable:
All of the cameras including a remote cable port. You’ll need also a CableMode.

Supported cameras via IR:
Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Samsung, Olympus. You’ll need also an IRmitter or a Samsung (SGS4, Galaxy Tab,...) or HTC (HTC ONE,...) phone with built-in IR sensor.


☆☆☆ WARNING! ☆☆☆
- Samsung and HTC phones/tablets including built-in IR sensors won’t need any extra hardware to control the camera.
- Rest of phones will require a Cable Mode or an IRmitter to control the camera. Visit our web to follow DIY instructions to easily build your own.
- PhotoIRmote works with any smartphone running android (2.1 or higher).


Before rating, please check the web, FAQs or contact us by email.

Visit our website for more info.


Tags:
photography dslr reflex camera shutter control remote infrared ir bot red timer trigger infra photo samsung dslrbot canon nikon pentax sony olympus timelapse aeb exposure bracketing hdr cable

Recent changes:
- Transitions improved
- Screen toggle button improved
- Minor bugs fixed
- Miscellaneous improvements

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A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
It works! It works perfectly on htc one (m7) with sence 6 really cool
A Google User
Mar 15, 2014
No good for Samsung Note GT-N7000 Cable method or IR does not work on the Samsung GT-N7000 running Android 4.12. Have contacted the seller on numerous occasions requesting a refund and haven't received any replied.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2014
works as advertised HTC One
A Google User
Feb 28, 2014
Please help. Seems like a good app but clueless on how to get started even. How do I click the shutter remotely for a basic start? I am using a sony slt a65 & samsung note 2.
A Google User
Jan 15, 2014
Good for photos, no video support This app will be perfect if developers add support for video start/stop (like DSLR Remote Plus) for Sony NEX cameras.