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The CamRanger device and associated free iOS and Android apps and Mac and Windows programs enables wireless tethering control of supported Canon or Nikon DSLRs from an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android device, Mac or Windows computer. CamRanger creates its own WiFi network so there is no need for additional computers or existing Internet. CamRanger provides near complete control of a camera from up to 150 feet away, including the following features:
• Live View
• Live View touch focusing and focus adjustments
• View and set parameters (ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, White Balance, Focus Mode, Capture Mode, image format, etc)
• Remote Capture
• View 100% resolution images with meta data including histogram (supports JPG and Canon RAW)
• Import all image formats (including RAW) to iOS Photo Library
• Movie Recording and Focusing (select cameras)
• Focus Stacking
• Intervalometer/ Time Lapse
• Bulb Mode
• Advanced Bracketing/HDR
• Grid lines and aspect ratio support
• GPS tagging of imported images
Not all cameras support all features. See www.CamRanger.com for more detailed information.
Canon: SL1, Xsi, T1i, T2i, T3i, T4i, T5i, 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 6D, 7D, 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 1D Mark III, 1DS Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1Dx, 1DC.
Nikon: D5000, D5100, D5200, D5300, D90, D7000, D7100, D300, D300 S, D600, D610, D700, D750, D800, D800E, D810, D3, D3s, D3x, D4, D4s, Df.
OS Support - iOS: (iOS for Canon 7D Mark II requires (free) app update available from CamRanger Nov 14th 2014)
iOS: iPad 1 and newer (including iPad mini), iPhone 3GS and newer, and iPod Touch 3rd generation and newer (download at the iTunes app store)
Android: 3.2 software and up (download at the Google Play store)
Kindle: Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX (download from Amazon App store)
Mac OSX: 10.7 and 10.8 OS (download at CamRa nger.com)
Windows: Windows 7 and 8 OS (download at CamRanger.com)
CamRanger is powered by a rechargeable, replaceable battery, the battery life is conservatively 3-6 hours depending on use. Its size and portability allows C amRanger to be used in a variety of settings. CamRanger includes a carrying case to attach it to a tripod, belt loop, camera strap, etc. to allow for use of the cameras flash and battery grips attached to the camera.
Internet access is required for initial registration.
CamRanger Newest Firmware Update
CamRanger LLC is pleased to announce a firmware update for the award winning CamRanger. The newest update allows the photographer or videographer to simultaneously broadcast images or live feed to multiple iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Mac or Windows computers. The CamRanger allows advanced wireless camera control of over three dozen Canon DSLR and Nikon DSLR cameras and wireless tethering to an iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac or Windows computer, including the option of wireles s shooting into Lightroom.
The firmware update for the CamRanger allows the photographer to take photos from either the camera or from an iPad (or iPhone, Android device, Mac or Windows computer) and have clients, directors, colleagues, or students view the images or live feed from their own device using the "CamRanger Share" application which is specific for each platform. If the photographer or videographer has watermarks turned on then the person using the CamRanger Share app will see watermarks as well on their own device.
In addition to adding the ability to share images the firmware update allows the photographer to bridge into an existing WiFi network. The CamRanger creates its own WiFi network, but if the photographer wants to bridge into a network to extend the WiFi range, or post images to the Internet or FTP server immediately, then this feature gives the photographer this option.
Had high hopes for this unit. It may work great on other platforms but has serious issues with the Android version. Downloaded the app on a Samsung S6 Active. The wifi loses connection with the unit at random times and as close as 5 feet from the unit. App froze a few times too and had to be closed and restarted. This is unacceptable and unless it is fixed, makes this a piece of junk. I have to be able to depend on my equipment.
I bought a Canon 7D Mark II packaged with the CamRanger. I have another camera with integrated wifi and the capability is incredibly useful when traveling. While I was initially disappointed that Canon didn't include wifi with the 7D Mark II, I'm not anymore. The CamRanger is an outstanding product that sets up very easily. The iPhone/iPad app is powerful and also easy to use. The additional file sharing app is also great for sharing pictures quickly with others.
I'm a real estate photographer and like the convenience of remotely triggering my flashes and adjusting camera controls. With use of my ipad I can preview shots full screen and make any adjustments needed from across the room. Full RAW images download in about 3 seconds and can be saved to the device, camera memory or both. I also use it as an intervalometer for doing time lapse projects and it works flawlessly. The only thing I haven't figured out is how to clear a shooting session without re-booting my ipad. Other than that, I've been very happy with the CamRanger.
The idea is great and it's easy to setup. The integration with Lightroom is not working well for me. The program is very slow at transferring the images. Not an option for tethering, which was the main reason I tried it. A cable is still the best option for me.
In my opinion this is just an overexpensive piece of toy. I bought this thing in august and I must say if it works it's nice [it happened only one time]. It is inpossible to use this toy instand. You have to load the battery a day before for use because it takes hours to load. A full battery without use is empty in a few days time. I missed all my oppertunities to use it because of a dead expensive toy. I think even 50 years ago this should have been a technical shame. How come such an invalid instrument costs 250 euro's in Europe. Even 30 euro's should have been too much!
I bought this about a year ago and I just want to say it does what it is supposed to do but...There are issues that need to be addressed for many users. Be aware that the Kindle Fire Android app only works on certain Kindles. The response from when you activate the shutter remotely to the snap of the shutter is very slow. So it isn't practical for any type of action shots. I am a photography instructor and there are some cameras that it does not function well with. One of my students had a canon T3i and it would only work sporadically. Have used it on several different bodies from Rebels to the 1DS Mark III and have sporadic response from several different cameras. Some models work normally and some have issues. The only practical applications I see for this with the slow shutter response is for studio portraits or macro where the 1 to as much 2 second shutter delay isn't a predominant issue. The delay isn't from the wireless connection but rather from the application to the transmitter. Does not matter whether the signal is sent from 20 feet or 2 inches from the Ranger unit the delay is the same. Also my students and I have experienced a lot of software crashes using this on several different tablets which means that you have to do a re-boot to get the app to run again.
I was tired of my current hardwired tethering setup of cables and laptop, so, i tried this gadget. Installation was surprisingly easy (using my iPAD) and a CANON MK 5D MkIII). I have used it to take pictures of the moon through my telescope (much easier to focus and compose!), help me photograph hummingbirds (great signal range), and take macro shots (focus is much better when you're comfortable). I am really impressed with the software app that supports this device. All of the "normal" camera controls are displayed on your device (including the histogram), you can select the focus area, and set an intervalometer to create a timelapse. I would have given it 5 stars if there were more directions on using the app. Plus, there is a switch on one side that none of the included documentation describes what it does (and why is it there?),
If anyone can help, I would like to know why after 15 shots using the Camranger. The Nikon D700 battery dies. The timeframe is within 10-15 Minutes. Then the battery dies. I've tried different batteries, I used the camera without camranger on Live view and camera works fine. Nikon Support won't help they don't trouble shoot 3rd party devices. CamRanger blames Nikon, they won't help. Anyone else with this issue please help.
I have a very specific photographic use for this unit. I have not fully had a chance to use it in the field for its intended purpose because of this extra long winter. Setting up and testing in the house, I found the set up relatively easy, however the manual is very short and I think poorly printed(download fuller manual off the web). To establish the wifi connection may take a few tries but it does connect (noted as a "problem" in the user guide). Once the connection is made with the tablet (I'm using a Samsung Galaxy s4 8") the functions worked fine and were easy to use. The great feature is to be able to make the camera auto focus anywhere in the view by touching the desired focus point on the tablet screen. All other expected camera controls work by touch screen functions. Beyond my specific use, I can see that I may be using it often in hard to bend down to locations (I'm old enough this matters now). One problem, though not CamRanger's, is it is very difficult to see the tablet screen in bright sun. Fully upping the screen brightness may help, but I nave not tried this yet.
Using the Cam Ranger with an iPad makes focusing, increasing sharpness, a breeze. There is a slight learning curve, but nothing that should keep anyone away. The hardest thing was getting the lid off to insert the battery. With the layout, functions are easy to find and access. Highly recommended.