The DSLR Camera Remote iPhone app post got more negative than positive votes (this is the second topic with more neg than pos I believe), so I decided to write about it again and maybe convince some readers that this is not such a bad idea. Here are some videos that will explain how this whole thing exactly works:
Remember the wireless USB solution for Nikon DSLR? It will be a good solution for the shooting shown in the next video:
but wait, there is more...
There is another iPhone app by kentidwell.net that will allow you to control your Nikon DSLR remotely from your iPhone or touch: MUG Nikon iLive (currently pending approval in the Apple store). From the same guy(s) you can get also Nikon guides for your iPhone: MIn-U Guide: for D3, D300, D5000, D40, D90. Min-U Guides are organized in the same manner as Nikon® DSLR camera control menus and cost $1.99 each.
Min-U Guides for Nikon DSLR cameras include: • Active D-Lighting • ADL Bracketing • AF Area Modes • AE Lock • AF Assist • Available Shutter Speeds with Flash • AF Focus Area Selection • Control Panel reference • AF Focus Modes • Custom Settings • Auto Low-Pass • Dust Reference Photo Filter (Sensor) Cleaning • Exposure Bracketing • Battery Information • Exposure Compensation • Color Spaces • Exposure Modes • File Numbering Options • Flash Exposure Compensation • Focus Lock • Flash Modes • High-ISO Noise Reduction • Flash Output (FV) Lock • Image Quality • Flash Sync Modes • Image Size • Image Overlays • LCD Brightness • Image Playback • Long Exposure Noise Reduction • ISO Equivalency • Manual Focus • Live View • Memory Card Formatting • Manual Low-Pass Filter (Sensor) Cleaning • Menu Reset • Max Flash Shooting Distances • Metering Modes • Multiple Exposures • Movies • Playback Options • Picture Control • Scene Modes • Reset to defaults • Viewfinder Reference • Self-Timer • White Balance Bracketing • Shooting Modes • White Balance Options
I hope to get more "likes" this time