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Apr 16 2014, 5:38pm CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera

Canon EOS Remote App comes with great hopes by iPhone users. The app makes photography easy and simplified right from your device. Check it out...

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Canon EOS Remote App Offers an Amazing Photography Sessions to iPhone Users

If you love photography using your iPhone, here is great news as Canon EOS Remote app can be upgraded into your phone. The app has been around for quite some time but many users did not know how to make it applicable in their wonderful mobile phones. What was missing is just a Canon DSLR that can support it in iPhones. Now, what do you need to do in order to upgrade the free Canon app? Users who have tried it before have indicated the need to upgrade the app to Canon 6D gear.

Immediately that is done, you will be very anxious to see whether the app is making your photography easier and simplified. When looking at functionality and compatibility of Canon free EOS Remote app, it is found to work best on Canon 6D and 70D. The app usually creates a Wi-Fi network to your device whenever you switch it to that network. During data looming, the Canon app functions as if it was a wireless access point. To users, this is a great app and everybody is looking forward to have it upgraded into devices. Make your decision very fast and upgrade your system for better photography sessions.

Talking of its camera, you don’t want to wait having it in your iPhone as it generates a unique identifier which serves as a password. However, as you try to connect it is important to adjust some functional keys. They include Av, Tv, ISO and exposure values were you need to select focus points plus releasing the shutter from your iPhone touch screen. According to TuAW, the Canon free Remote EOS app can allow users to browse photos on their phones where deleting and rating is also possible.

If you want to download MOV files, this app does not support that as it becomes hard to save the files into your iPhone. Usually, a set up process must be followed in your iPhone when shooting bracketed exposures or an HDR series. Try to touch the shutter button on the camera to choose the number of exposures you want to set up. Options are for three, five and seven exposures and users should ensure that the remote button is operating the same way to that of the camera.

Canon Remote EOS app always keeps the vibration down plus able to give your camera a hardware-tethered shutter release. There are additional features which normal wired remote cameras don’t have. Now, with this amazing app Canon deserves a great kudos. Canon EOS Remote app usually requires at least iOS 5 or anything later.

 

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