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onOne iPhone app controls Canon DSLRs

updated 01:50 pm EDT, Fri May 22, 2009

DSLR Remote app submitted

onOne has submitted a unique new application to the App Store called DSLR Remote. The application will enable the iPhone and iPod Touch to remotely control a variety of Canon's digital SLR cameras. The application works by remotely connecting to a computer running onOne's DSLR Remote Server software that in turn is plugged in through USB.

DSLR Remote will be released in two versions. A Lite version that only controls the shutter; the full Professional version will let photographers control the aperture, shutter speed and white balance. It will also stream the camera's viewfinder to the remote.

Following its approval, DSLR Remote Professional will be available from the App Store for $20, while the Lite version will cost $2. The DSLR Remote Server Software will be available for free from the onOne website.



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