TriggerTrap Mobile Dongle Kit V2 (DC2) for Nikon Entry Level Cameras
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- Triggertrap Mobile triggers your advanced cameras and DSLR in 17 amazing ways.
- Triggertrap Mobile is compatible with nearly 300 camera models from Nikon, Canon, Sony, Hasselblad, Pentax, Contax, FujiFilm, Kodak, Minolta, Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, Sigma.
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Triggertrap Mobile is a smart buy and an addition to any photographer's kit, proving to be a genuine alternative to the traditional triggers, packed with performing way too many features at a fraction of the cost of its competitors in the market. It’s completely compatible with the iOS and Android phones with the app gone free now on the respective market places. Amazing ways to trigger your Canon DSLR- TimeWarp Mode Time Lapse Mode Vibration/ Shock Sensor mode Sound Sensor Mode Distance Lapse Mode Star Trail Made Bulb Ramping Time Lapse Mode Cable Release Mode Long Exposure HDR Mode Long Exposure HDR Time Lapse Mode Wi-Fi Slave Mode Wi-Fi Master Mode (Triggers other Triggertrap Mobile Device on the network)
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I have had only one problem, when using the app the first time, it seemed to have crashed and disabled the audio out port (where the dongle connects) and would not correctly trigger the camera. this was solved by doing a hard reboot of the iPod touch I was using. (holding the home button and the power button, untill the ipod restarted) I have not had a problem since. you only other limitation is battery life on your iOS device, cold weather may reduce battery life. I have not used it longer the 2 hours, but an iPod should be able to 6-8 hours.
To make matters worse, the android application is flaky at the features it does have. I can get it to work, but it only works for about a dozen shots and then nothing. Reboot the camera and the phone and it still doesn't want to work until the next day.
Until they get their android app in order, I'd pass on this overpriced cable.
EDIT: 2 star
The product only works intermittently now... a bit frustrated by cheap build quality for what I consider to be an expensive little device....
- Simple to use
- Ability to use smart phone features, like motion and light detection, to trigger camera
- Timer function not very accurate (unavoidable by nature) except for very long exposures over a number of seconds