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Triggertrap Mobile

Triggertrap Mobile 2.0 delivers a facelift to the first generation of the smartphone camera triggering app. Like the prior version Triggertrap Mobile 2.0 offers 14 triggering modes for your camera from your iPhone or Android device when you use Triggertrap’s $30 cable. [click to continue…]

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Triggertrap has updated its iOS app and added a new piece of hardware that allows the app to trigger flashes instead of the camera. The results allow the Triggertrap app and flash triggers to be easily used for high-speed photography captures with a response time as low as 5 milliseconds. [click to continue…]

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Triggertrap

The Triggertrap app that turns your iPhone, iPad or Android device into a remote trigger for your camera is now free. Previously, it was $4.99; however, it will be free at least through the holiday season. (Note that there is a limited-feature “free version” available, but this is the premium version that has now been made free.)

You need a $25 cable to make it work with your DSLR, but it does a whole lot more than a standard cable release remote for that price. I’ve used it with my Canon 5D Mark II and it works very well. Additionally, if you don’t get the dongle, some of the modes (like timelapse) will work with the iPhone’s built-in camera. So, it’s worth having for free anyway.

The Triggertrap apps is available for iOS on the iTunes App Store, and available for Android on the Google Play Store.

Below are some of the triggering methods you can use with Triggertrap. [click to continue…]

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Triggertrap Mobile for iOS and Android devices will now allow wireless triggering functionality via WiFi network. [click to continue…]

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TriggerTrap

TriggerTrap is an iPhone/iPad app that works in conjunction with a special camera connection cable to trigger DSLRs in a variety of different ways. ¬†There are¬†12 different triggering modes, including two different flavors of timelapse, distance-lapse, motion detection, sound, magnetism and vibration sensors, and a facial recognition sensor. [click to continue…]

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