The MIOPS 'Mobile Remote' (MMR) is the second smart trigger and the second sucessful crowdsourced campaign from MIOPS, with the first being their sucessful 'Smart' trigger (ST). The MMR is designed to connect to your supported DSLR or mirrorless camera, and your compatiable mobile device to function as a wireless trigger, or offer more advanced functionality which can include;Cable release Intervelometer Timelapse triggering (inc. bulb ramping) HDR Sound triggering Motion triggering Vibration triggering Combination of the above (scenario)The MMR differs from the ST in that it is smaller, does not have a screen and offloads all of the configuration and some of the functionality
Have a look at my review of the MIOPS smart trigger, a camera trigger that connects to your compatible camera and mobile device (Android / iOS) to allow more advanced functionality.Apologies for the poor quality of the video, stay tuned through as I will have more (and better quality) videos showing how some of the modes of the camera work.MIOPS website: http://bit.ly/2m5ABGd Visit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljDisclosure: This device was provided to me at no cost by MIOPS for the purpose of this review.The video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/iqpva-fbXjo
Technology is moving at a rapid pace, with our handheld devices (e.g. mobile phones) becoming more and more capable. It was not that long ago that predictions were made that 512K was all the memory anyone would ever need in their life, now it is not uncommon to find machines with 1TB hard drives and greater. Sadly beyond the technical innovation that is being made with digital camera(s), I don't see them being more capiable.Each year we have the roundup of improved DSLR devices. Typically this includes numerous technical features (improved megapixel count, better resolution, better dynamic range) but rarely does it include improvements to
I have been eargly awaiting the release of Aurora HDR 2018 which has been released in the last few weeks. To do a demo, I used a landscape photo I took at the il Tartufo restaurant near Arrowtown, NZ during a work trip. The photo is two stitched images which were stitched in Lightroom and had some very minor editing conducted to the image. The image was duplicated and edited in Aurora HDR 2018 where I picked the "Landscape Enhanced Preset" but made no other changes. Left is old image, right is Aurora HDR.
The following appeared on the Travis Hale - Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at Focus Stacking using the Helicon Remote software which is included in Helicon Focus Pro packages (Affiliate Link: http://bit.ly/2va5RGr) for Windows.I have used my Nikon D610 which is USB tethered to my Laptop, and a Sigma 150mm Macro in this video.Visit our Website: http://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2w8ClljThe video can also be viewed at: https://youtu.be/1lQkJogcYng