The CamRanger app (separate CamRanger hardware device required) allows wireless control and transmitting for Select Canon and Nikon DSLR Cameras. The CamRanger app allows wireless control from a digital SLR and wireless viewing and sharing images via a Kindle (or iOS, Android, Mac or PC). Remotely access advanced features, functions and settings, such as live view, intervalometer, focus stacking, bulb mode, and HDR bracketing, in addition to photo capture, movie recording, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, ISO, metering mode, drive/shooting mode, image format, focus mode, focus stacking, auto exposure mode, exposure compensation, bracketing and software autofocus toggle.
The CamRanger creates its own Wi-Fi network to which the Kindle (or iOS,Android device or a Mac or Windows computer) can connect. The free CamRanger app then enables camera control without the need for a computer or existing Internet connection. The effective wireless range is 150'.
Stream live view images from the camera to your Kindle (or iPhone/ iPad/ iPod Touch, Android device, or Mac OS 10.7/10.8 or Windows 7/8 computer). Double-tap screen to increase magnification. With the touch focus feature, you can tap once to focus on an area or make incremental focus adjustments. Additionally, perform focus stacking. Approximate frame rate is 8-18 fps, depending upon camera
Take and View Pictures
Wirelessly capture images in multiple drive modes. Thumbnails automatically appear on the top of the Kindle's screen after you capture a photo. Tap a thumbnail to view the image and its histogram and associated meta-data. Images are saved to your camera's memory card and can also be transferred to your Kindle.
View Full Resolution
Double-tap an image to view it in full resolution. CamRanger supports full-screen mode to maximize image size. Toggle among a variety of overlays, including AF points, highlight, shadow, grid lines and aspect ratio
Start and stop video capture and view it while you record (each camera has different supported features see CamRanger capability chart on CamRanger.com). Perform focus adjustments and touch focusing
Intervalometer and Bulb
Configure the CamRanger as an intervalometer to take time-lapse pictures. Bulb mode is supported for specific shutter speeds. There's no need for the Kindle to remain connected after the initial setup.
Wirelessly View and Set Camera Properties
Control shutter speed, aperture, ISO, metering mode, metering mode, drive/shooting mode, image format, focus mode, auto exposure mode, exposure compensation and bracketing, and software autofocus toggle for switching between AF and MF.
HDR / Advanced Bracketing
Configure the CamRanger to capture a series of photos, automatically varying shutter speed, aperture or ISO. Images can then be combined via third-party post-processing software into a single exposure with greater dynamic range
View Memory Card Contents
See thumbnails of the images stored on your camera's memory card. Select photos to be permanently deleted or download them and save them in the Kindle photo library.
Macro Photography & Focus Stacking
Great for macro work, when the extremely short focusing distance can increase the effects of camera shake; eliminate blur in your close-ups by remotely triggering the camera's shutter, rather than pressing the shutter button. Also makes it easier to physically shoot in the awkward locations in which you commonly find yourself during macro shooting. Additionally, you can perform focus stacking to enhance depth of field (post-processing via third party software required).
Studio Photography / Client Mode
Switch to client mode to disable camera control on the Kindle. Shoot while holding the camera and simultaneously view images on your Kindle. This allows client to quickly view the wirelessly-transferred shots after they're captured. The client can then ra