Hyper’s iUSBportCAMERA has one simple goal—to disconnect your hand from your camera (have a tripod handy). Why might this be useful? Because the freedom you gain from not being tethered to your
camera lets you change the very nature of photography; instead of being trapped behind the camera, you can get in on the action, compose novel shots you couldn’t previously have reached, and
get an infinitely better preview than any camera’s built-in LCD can deliver. The iUSBportCAMERA and its apps provide live previews, shooting, and streaming of both video and still photos in a completely self-contained package.
Command and Control
Most hardcore photographers will want the full details, so if you’re concerned about compatibility, check out the iUSBportCAMERA’s product page, which details all the Canon and Nikon DSLRs you can remote control. It’s a
pretty broad selection of the most popular models, though some of the features are not supported on all cameras.
The iUSBportCAMERA’s WiFi capability lets it generate its own network (great for shooting outdoors or on location where there is no network), or you can join it to an existing WiFi network (better
for studio photography). The internal battery is rated for eight hours of shooting, and…