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Engadget: Triggertrap Mobile update adds WiFi control for device-laden shutterbugs

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Triggertrap Mobile update adds WiFi control for device-laden shutterbugs
Nov 13th 2012, 00:29

Triggertrap Mobile update adds WiFi control for device-laden shutterbugs

Triggertrap's automatic shutter release kit has come a long way since its humble Kickstarter debut, and today, yet another feature is being added to its iOS and Android apps -- wireless mode. The good news is that you can now control all of those advanced trigger settings from a phone or tablet over WiFi, but the bad news is, you'll need two of them. One remains bound to the camera by cable and dongle, acting as a slave device that carries out orders given from a second, master device. You don't actually need a real WiFi network to make use of the new feature, though, as connecting the slave to a wireless hotspot running on the master will work the same. If you happen to have all the necessary gear and some ideas for testing it out, the Triggertrap Mobile updates are available now at the relevant app stores.

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