"A nifty addition to any photographer’s toolkit" - Trusted Reviews • "[Combines] the capabilities of several expensive camera accessories into a single, affordable product.” - Shutterbug
Trigger your built-in camera or your SLR camera with your iPhone/iPod/iPad, using a whole ton of different triggering modes.
You can trigger using:
• TimeWarp (timelapses with acceleration!)
• DistanceLapse (take a photo every 30 ft/m)
• Vibration and shock sensors
• Sound detection (Clap to take a photo!)
• Long-Exposure HDR
• Long-Exposure HDR Timelapse
• Bulb ramping
• Star trail mode
• Cable Release (press to take a photo) which also supports long-exposure shots (exposures of up to 100 hours!)
Of course, all the modes are fully configurable, to enable you to get trigger happy with your camera - in any way you like.
For many of the triggering modes, you can use the camera built into your phone, but if you want the full Triggertrap experience, hook it up to your SLR camera!
To connect your iOS device to a SLR camera, you can buy a Triggertrap Mobile Dongle separately. See the Triggertrap website for a list of supported cameras, and for more information. More than 300 camera models are supported.
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.
Triggertrap Mobile’s ears are pricked up, poised, and ready for action!
There were some unexpected side effects to our app when iOS 7.1 launched, but our coding crew were conjuring fixes faster than you could say Peekaboo. This update should fix all crashes and issues that were reported in connection to iOS 7.1. Why weren’t we able to release these fixes to you right away, you ask? When 7.1 launched, we were in the process of bravely going back to the drawing board with our triggering modes. It sounds mad, we know, but it was totally worth it. Triggertrap Mobile should now be more responsive than ever, making it faster to react and generally more intuitive. Peekaboo mode is now ninja fast and LE HDR is way more reliable. On top of that, we’ve made accessing Wi-Fi mode faster. Pressing the Wi-Fi icon in your chosen mode will turn on Wi-Fi Master without you having to exit to the menu. Oh, and one more thing. TimeWarp mode will now notify you if you have overlapping exposures so that you don’t get any nasty surprises later. Pretty useful, right?
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- Last changed:
- Apr 11, 2014
- Current Version Average Rating:
- 3.50 (5)
- All Versions Average Rating:
- 3.50 (142)