DSLR Remote

DSLR Remote

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Your smartphone is always with you, so why carry unnecessary stuff? Let your smartphone in combination with DSLR Remote be a remote control, a timer or a HDR controller for your digital reflex camera.

Whether via infrared, by wire or via Bluetooth, DSLR Remote enables you to take timer controlled exposure series (e.g. for time lapse), long time exposures or exposure sequences in the context of High Dynamik Range photography. If you are not using a device with a supported built-in IR sender (see below) all you need is a small, inexpensive and easy to build hardware, which is then connected to the ear phone jack of your smartphone (and a commercially available Bluetooth stereo headset if you want remote control via Bluetooth). You will find detailed instructions on how to build the required hardware on the authors website (http://bitshift.bplaced.net).

Possible functions (among others) are:
1. Simple Remote control
2. Delayed Shots
3. Series of shots with fixed interval (e.g for time lapse)
4. Bulb exposures
5. Combinations from 2., 3. and 4.
6. High-Dynamic-Range-Sequences (HDR)
7. Time controlled HDR-Sequences (Combination of Timer and HDR)
8. Triggering of shots or start of Timer or HDR sequences by the ambient light sensor on your smartphone (keyword: light barrier)
9. Triggering of shots or start of Timer or HDR sequences by the internal or an external microphone

In various models Canon seems to limit the precision of the bulb mode to one second. So HDR exposures below 1 second and/or with a fraction of a second (as 1.5 sec) are rounded to the full second. DSLR Remote can't do anything about that! Reported models so far: 400D, 500D, 550D, 5D II.

Using a built-in IR sender:
DSLR Remote should work with the built-in IR sender of the followig devices (don't forget to choose the right camera brand and to switch your camera into remote mode):
- All Samsung devices with built-in IR sender
There seems to be a bug in some/all Samsung devices: in power saving mode the IR blaster doesn't work correctly! So, make sure to switch your device into normal (non-power saving) mode before using DSLR Remote.
- All HTC devices with built-in IR sender
LG (Beta)
- G3
For the time being only the LG G3 is supported by the LG QRemote API including sending raw IR data (see: http://developer.lge.com/MOBILE_HELP/topic/lge.mobilesdk.LGQRemote.api/html/Introduction/Introduction/Supported%20Devices.htm ).
Unfortunately, doesn't the Sony native IR API provide the feature needed by any remote app like DSLR Remote, as is deploying its own IR codes as data with the app. The only thing possible in the API is using codes learned from physical remotes or codes supplied with the phone/tablet. If your device doesn't run Android 4.4.2 (Kitkat) or Kitkat can not support the built-in IR hardware of your device for the above mentioned reason, please use a IR dongle or cable release hardware as described on the DSLR Remote website.
Other Brands
With integration of the Android 4.4.2 (Kitkat) IR API DSLR Remote should work with all devices with a built-in IR Blaster supported by the Kitkat IR API.

Using DSLR Remote hardware:
Caution: a few smartphone types do not output high enough volume on their ear phone jack to make the infrared harware work properly. In addition a few camera types (e.g. Canon EOS 550D) are still not properly controlled remotely via the infrared receiver. In that case you might want to choose the cable control (transistors) instead.

Supported camera brands when using as an infrared remote:
Canon, Fuji, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax and Sony

If it doesn't work for you, feel free to contact the author, instead of voting one star. Contact informations are given below and on the authors website (http://bitshift.bplaced.net).

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Cambios recientes en esta versión

- Support for compatible LG devices with built-in IR Blaster (G3 only, for the time being; see http://developer.lge.com/MOBILE_HELP/topic/lge.mobilesdk.LGQRemote.api/html/Introduction/Introduction/Supported%20Devices.htm)
- Workaround for Googles API change in ConsumerIrManager.transmit() in Android 4.4.3
- Bug-Fix for certain Samsung/Canon combos

Thanks to all beta testers!

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Comentarios y valoraciones de DSLR Remote
  • (66 estrellas)

    por Santiago Cuello el 12/09/2014

    Funciona perfecto con samsung galaxy s4 y nikon d7000

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Carlos Otero el 29/08/2014

    Probada con mi HTC One y la cámara Nikon D5100. Funciona de forma increíble. He hecho ráfagas, disparos largos, HDR. 5 estrellas

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Dennis Tapullima Tapullima el 28/08/2014

    Como funciona esto tengo un lg g2 y una nikon D5100 y nada no activa el remoto, como lo hago trabajar..

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Santiago Faulo Castro el 25/07/2014

    No funciona en Canon EOS 5D MKII, otros programas si funcionan.

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Daniel Atuan el 20/07/2014

    Funciona perfectamente con un S4 mini y una Nikon D3200. Ahora voy a poder hacer HDR. Muchas gracias. Saludos

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Gabriel Aldazabal el 07/07/2014

    No pude hacerlo funcionar con el IR en un Motorola Razr D1

  • (66 estrellas)

    por Hanker Baltra el 28/05/2014

    Como se hace para que funcione en el infrarojo como configurarlo