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Camera Connect & Control

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Photo & Video & Utilities
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May 28, 2020
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Connect your camera with your phone and bring your photography skills to a new level. This app is the reason why gps & wifi suddenly makes sense on your camera. <br><br>Features:<br>- View all pictures on the camera in a nice grid.<br>- Quick loading of jpg and raw files (CR2 and NEF).<br>- Directly share pictures from camera to other apps (like Whatsapp, Instagram, Facebook)<br>- Download complete files from camera to files app<br>- Remote capture<br>- Connect your camera to the hotspot of your phone if no wifi is available<br>- see protected files<br>- Bulb capture<br>- Focus bracketing<br>- Use liveview to control all settings of your camera<br><br>Features of paid version:<br>Lite<br>- show Exif data (including gps data)<br>- download of singles files (also Raw)<br>- bulk download, bulk delete, bulk share<br>- filter current view (raw, jpeg, videos, protected files)<br>Pro<br>- Liveview with camera control<br>- Change settings of the camera (shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, iso, whitebalance, picture style, drivemode, metering, image format)<br><br>Supported cameras:<br>Sony <br>Sony cameras that have the 'Smart Remote Control' app, like Alpha 6300. <br>Important: update 'Smart Remote Control' on your camera before using this. <br>To update open 'PlayMemories Camera Apps' and select 'Smart Remote Control' from the list of apps. <br><br>Nikon<br>D500 (Firmware 1.2.0)<br>D600 (using Wu-1b)<br>D610 (using Wu-1b)<br>D750<br>D800<br>D800E<br>D810<br>D850 (Firmware 1.1.0)<br>D5200 (using WU-1a)<br>D5300 <br>D5500<br>D5600 (Firmware 1.1.0)<br>D7100 (using WU-1a)<br>D7200<br>D7500 (Firmware 1.1.0)<br>P900<br>Z50<br>Z6<br>Z7<br><br>Canon<br>M10 <br>M100<br>EOS R<br>EOS RP<br>1Ds Mark III (WFT-E2)<br>1D X (WFT-E6)<br>1D X Mark II (WFT-E8)<br>1D Mark IV (WFT-E2 II)<br>5D Mark II (WFT-E4 II)<br>5D Mark IV <br>6D <br>6D Mark II <br>7D Mark II (W-E1)<br>70D <br>80D<br>90D<br>200D / REBEL SL2<br>250D / REBEL SL3<br>750D / REBEL T6i <br>760D / REBEL T6s <br>800D / REBEL T7i<br>1300D / REBEL T6 (wifi)<br>1500D / 2000D / REBEL T7<br>3000D / 4000D / REBEL T100

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Maxim S.
Oct 16, 2019

I dropped my Canon 70D and broke the remote port. So I needed an app with LiveView and programmable remote shutter release. The traditional Canon apps offer LiveView but not the remote *with timer*. The Pro version of the app is relatively cheap compared to a piece of hardware and in my case the only way to have remote connectivity. The interface is simple. This app does everything I need for remote shooting with a few annoyances: connection drops often, and it only seems to work in infrastructure mode (i.e. over an existing WiFi network). It seems to be easier to re-establish the connection by clearing the cache. Also, was not able to connect to camera in access point mode (i.e. when the camera itself is the access point), so at the moment not able to use the app outside of my home WiFi network. Please fix the access point mode so I can use the app outdoors. I’m into astrophotography and need to use the camera in the mountains, desert etc.

Sep 14, 2019

I am not the kind of guy who will take the time to write reviews, but this app is a lifesaver for me and I am so grateful to have it for my work. Gotta give some love and respect. I’ve used Canon gear for years, and part of the reason was the Camera Connect app from Canon was so superior to Nikon‘s version. I tried the CamRanger, which is a pretty good system and recently a couple of other hardware based wi-Fi solutions. With my new Nikon Z camera I was back to torturing myself with SnapBridge or tripping over a tether until I read about this app. To be able to set a WiFi connection to my iPad Pro and then open the pro version of ccc and just go to work is incredible. With SnapBridge, once you are connected the camera controls no longer function. You have to close the connection if you want to shoot some hand-held shots. Then make another connection to go back to APP Control. With the CCC APP, I can take the camera off the tripod and swap to a macro lens for some close-ups, without losing my connection. I can select the film strip view and blow up the last image and as I shoot with the camera the images download to the iPad, fill the screen and can be heavily zoomed farther. Just Awesome. If you are struggling with dropped connections (mine are rock solid) make sure your camera isn’t timing out. Find the auto-off menu and set it to “never.” You may want to buy a couple of extra batteries.....

Allen Weitzman
Jul 23, 2019

I think this is a wonderful and useful app for someone who needs it occasionally. For it price ( I bought the Pro version immediately) it does everything I need. I tried the free Nikon WMU app and its pretty useless so I got what I paid for. I pretty much figured everything out through reading my manual, watching the video and trial and error. There is no user manual and I believe none planned which is too bad since there are some things I just don’t understand in the filters menu. Would give it 5 stars is there was a user guide or manual so I wouldn’t have to spend so much time searching online.

May 20, 2020

My Nikon D5600 has a built-in intervalometer, but the maximum exposure is 30 seconds. I need longer exposures for astrophotography. This app does it so easily. Turn on camera WiFi, connect your phone to that WiFi, hit settings in lower right, set bulb long exposure time and number of pictures. Done. One question: does the camera still need the connection to app once it starts taking pictures? Or once the command is sent, can the camera independently take a series of pictures?

cloud in hand
Mar 27, 2020

This is a great app. It works for me as a external monitor for my photography and it works fine with WiFi .It is way better then before I use camera contact with Nikon z6. I notice it’s getting better as developer fixing all small issues. Their aren’t any crashes. But I have two questions: I don’t see camera connect app on MacBook Pro and is it possible if we can us this app with hard wired both on iPhone & MacBook Pro? Thank you for your hard work 👍🏻

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About Camera Connect & Control

Developed by Rupert Kurka.

Camera Connect & Control is ranking in   Photo & Video & Utilities

Last update was at May 28, 2020and the current version is 2.3.4.

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Camera Connect & Control have a 29a user reviews.

Camera Connect & Control was released in the App Store. It is developed by Rupert Kurka, who have also released the following apps.

Camera Connect & Control has 29 user reviews.​

Camera Connect & Control has an average rating of 3.5. ​The latest version of Camera Connect & Control 2.3.4​ ​​was ​released on May 28, 2020​.

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