Triggertrap: Camera remote for your SLR
Triggertrap - Creative ways of triggering your camera. The Triggertrap Mobile app has a heap of sensors to trigger your camera in exciting ways and a range of tools to create beautiful timelapses.
Triggertrap Mobile’s sensor modes are configurable so you can get trigger happy with your camera - any way you like! Triggertrap Mobile allows extreme exposure control, and you can push the limits of HDR photography.
IMPORTANT! Triggertrap requires the Triggertrap Mobile Dongle to connect your camera to your device! See below for details.
• "A nifty addition to any photographer’s toolkit" - Trusted Reviews
• "[Combines] the capabilities of several expensive camera accessories into a single, affordable product.” - Shutterbug
Here are the ways you can get triggering:
• Sound sensor - clap, whistle or tap
• Vibration sensor - vibrations and earthquakes
• Motion sensor - detects movement. Catch people with their hand in the cookie jar!
• Peekaboo - facial recognition
• Timelapse - travel through time
• TimeWarp - timelapse with acceleration
• DistanceLapse - perfect for road trips
• Bramping - bulb ramping timelapse to keep your exposure smooth
• Star Trail mode - extreme exposure control to create stunning images of the night sky
• LE HDR - Long exposure HDR sets with up to 19 exposures
• LE HDR Timelapse - create timelapses with all the detail of HDR
Along with all of these, there are a variety of other cable release modes, including simple cable release, self timer, tap and hold, and timed exposures up to 100 hours long!
To connect your iOS device to your camera buy a Triggertrap Mobile Dongle separately. See the Triggertrap website for a list of supported cameras, and for more information. Currently more than 300 camera models are supported, with support added for new cameras all the time.
Long Exposure HDR (LE-HDR) mode supports shutter speeds from several hours down to 1/16th second, and can do up to 19 bracketed shots with 1/3, 1/2, 1 or 2 EV steps.
With spring around the corner for us, we've been giving the app a good spring clean; fixing bugs and tidying code.
Did you ever wonder why DistanceLapse didn’t take a photograph straight away when you pressed the red button, but all the other Timelapse modes did? So did we, so now it does take a photo at the start. There were a couple of unused images hiding in the app, which we’ve kicked out to make the app smaller, so you can download it faster.
Some other fixes include an issue for users who still were on iOS 8.0 had a nasty crashing problem when opening Settings. For users of every iOS flavour, we’ve fixed the status bar vanishing if the Low Volume warning appeared twice in quick succession, text vanishing from Wi-Fi Slave if you opened the Settings, and a landscape-iPad-specific bug on the Tutorial, where the red button flew to the side of the screen for no reason on the final page. There’s also a new, secret mode for anyone who has read this far through these bug notes. Just kidding, that would be awesome though.
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- Apr 11, 2015
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