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iUSBport Camera 2-2

iUSBport Camera is a wireless tether for Canon and Nikon DSLRs. The device, along with the iUSBport Camera app, allows users to connect their camera’s USB port to a compatible host device that will receive images wirelessly from your camera. [click to continue…]

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Nikon D3200 with WU-1a

Nikon D3200 with WU-1a

Check out the video below of the Nikon D3200 and WU-1a wireless adapter, which gives control over the D3200 to your mobile device.  While it’s not in English, it still gives you a pretty clear idea on how the interface will look and act.  Anyone interested in using this once it hits the street next month? [click to continue…]

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Canon 1Ds Mark IV

Not only is Canon looking to put wireless TTL radio flash sync in future cameras, it is also working on technology to sync remote cameras with your primary camera.

According to a recently published patent application, Canon may be putting wireless camera syncing inside a future 1D/1Ds series body. We saw a hint of this in an earlier patent application, but this more recent application sheds some light on the breadth of the features. [click to continue…]

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DSLR Camera Remote Pro Main UI

onOne’s DSLR Camera Remote Pro app for the iPhone is currently 75% off – priced at just $4.99 – for those interested in remote capture/viewing.  [click to continue…]

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Google has teamed up with Eye-Fi to offer free Eye-Fi wireless cards to Google Picasa customers who purchase 200GB or more of extra storage with Google.

Get more details on Google Picasa’s website and in the press release below. [click to continue…]

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