|1st of May 2012 (Tue)||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2009
TriggerTrap or DSLR Controller or Magic Lantern
I was thinking about installing Magic Lantern on my 5D mark II when the warranty expires, but TriggerTrap mobile was announced today, which looks like it will automatically bracket as many shots as you want for HDR.
On the other hand (or device) DSLR Controller gives you full control of your DSLR from an Android device.
Thoughts from any current ML users? What's the best way to auto bracket for HDR?
|5th of May 2012 (Sat)||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2006
Re: TriggerTrap or DSLR Controller or Magic Lantern
My problem with all the phone/tablet based controllers is that, for a commercial shoot, the battery life will not be good enough. Personally, we can be out from 8am until 8pm shooting - no long breaks to recharge a phone and continual need for the controller to be active.
I'd love to manage the 5DIII from an Android phone but I know the Promote controller will go all day without battery issues - my phone would probably not last until the afternoon with screen and USB powered on most of the time.
I'll be very interested to hear how others find it. And for short shoots, it would be ideal; the DSLR Controller app already does this quite well.
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