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6D wireless and tethering to IPAD

 
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Mar 26, 2013 20:53 |  #31

Submariner wrote in post #15759514 (external link)
Sounds great - just what I wanted, as presently all I can do is review my shots as soon as they are taken and I have to have the typical 1meter long Apple lightning cable! :cry:

Sorry to be thick but, when you refer to "taking full advantage of the retina screen "
Does it do that now? Ie can you see it in 2048 x 1536 pixels and pinch-outwards to expand? For both the photos you have taken and the live view image?

It's an iPhone app, it will run on the iPad, but it's designed for the iPhone screen.


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Mar 28, 2013 17:04 |  #32

Mornnb wrote in post #15759615 (external link)
It's an iPhone app, it will run on the iPad, but it's designed for the iPhone screen.

Does this mean that the remote shooting interface is scaled up, therefore losing resolution? What about just viewing the photos after they are taken? Would you still get the benefit of a large retina display there?


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Mar 28, 2013 21:35 |  #33

steve126a wrote in post #15766610 (external link)
Does this mean that the remote shooting interface is scaled up, therefore losing resolution? What about just viewing the photos after they are taken? Would you still get the benefit of a large retina display there?

Yes it's scaled up. So the photos don't look as good as they could.


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Mar 29, 2013 08:14 |  #34

Mornnb wrote in post #15759615 (external link)
It's an iPhone app, it will run on the iPad, but it's designed for the iPhone screen.

Does this mean that the remote shooting interface is scaled up, therefore losing resolution? What about just viewing the photos after they are taken? Would you still get the benefit of a large retina display there?


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Mar 29, 2013 18:03 |  #35

steve126a wrote in post #15768446 (external link)
Does this mean that the remote shooting interface is scaled up, therefore losing resolution? What about just viewing the photos after they are taken? Would you still get the benefit of a large retina display there?

No, they are scaled up from an iPhone 4's resolution.


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Apr 01, 2013 11:52 as a reply to  @ Mornnb's post |  #36

Does anyone know if they are planning on making the remote app in native tablet format?


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Apr 05, 2013 19:09 as a reply to  @ steve126a's post |  #37

Lets say you shoot both RAW and jpeg (small size). Does the EOS app have an option to view/download only the jpg so that there would be less lag?


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Apr 08, 2013 07:51 |  #38

Doesn't appear to.


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May 16, 2013 10:41 |  #39

i am so disapointed that when using the ipad, images coming from the camera as so small, i truly expected the image to take up the entire ipad and as well do not want the options for the person viewing the shoot, to be able to trash, share or email images.

does anyone know of any other kind of viewer for these images that are coming wirelessly to the ipad to be viewed full screen immediately?

i know that once the thumbnail comes up, you can touch it to see just that one and even at 2x it is no bigger than a 3x5....come on, on my 7 inch screen, not good enough.

can anyone direct me on perhaps another app viewer? canon rep says no but i find it hard to believe.

please, please and thank you




  
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May 16, 2013 11:52 |  #40

I've been using the app on my iPad mini since December. I've had no problems so far. I also have the camera cable, but I think it's faster using wifi since I don't have to wait for a bunch of thumbnails to load.


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May 17, 2013 06:41 |  #41

jonrmoore wrote in post #15751397 (external link)
I've had my 6D for almost a month now and paired my iPhone 4 with it the first day, also. It really is amazing and shocks most people when I show them what it's capable of.

What I love most about it is that it will even transfer RAW images to my phone (of course it changes to a JPG once it happens). I love the flexibility of being able to go out and shoot and sitting down somewhere and instantly being able to send a snapshot to my phone to be edited through Afterglow or some other editing program.

It has also helped me shoot long exposures in the night.


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May 17, 2013 09:54 |  #42

STP5150 wrote in post #15937782 (external link)
i am so disapointed that when using the ipad, images coming from the camera as so small, i truly expected the image to take up the entire ipad and as well do not want the options for the person viewing the shoot, to be able to trash, share or email images.

does anyone know of any other kind of viewer for these images that are coming wirelessly to the ipad to be viewed full screen immediately?

i know that once the thumbnail comes up, you can touch it to see just that one and even at 2x it is no bigger than a 3x5....come on, on my 7 inch screen, not good enough.

can anyone direct me on perhaps another app viewer? canon rep says no but i find it hard to believe.

please, please and thank you

The Canon app only transfers the small preview image that you see on your LCD. It's a low res image so if it took up your entire iPad screen it would look like poo. As far as I know you're not actually interacting with the files on your card, only the preview images attached to them.

There are other apps but I don't know if they're pulling the same tiny little preview image or not.


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Apr 20, 2014 16:50 |  #43

I use Capture one pro. Can the 6D transfer wireless direct in to Capture one?




  
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