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onOne Update DSLR Camera Remote Software - Remote release app now allows photographers to control new Nikon DSLRs with their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
onOne Software have announced the availability of DSLR Camera Remote v1.4.3, an update that allows photographers to remotely fire and control Nikon’s new D800/D800E and D4 DSLR cameras from their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, adding these cameras to the list of 29 Nikon and Canon digital SLRs already supported by this app.
DSLR Camera Remote v1.4.3 is a free update to owners of DSLR Camera Remote Free, Professional and HD versions. This update requires both the iOS app and the desktop server application be updated. The iOS app can be updated using the check for updates feature on your iOS device. DSLR Camera Remote Professional Edition 1.4.3 for the iPhone and iPod touch is available for $19.99 and DSLR Camera Remote HD 1.4.3 for iPad is available for $49.99. DSLR Camera Remote Free is a free version offering the ability to fire or release the shutter of the camera, for those who wish try the app before purchasing.
After purchasing any of the editions from the iTunes App Store, users will need to download a free server application that runs on their supported Mac or Windows computer. This free server application is required to communicate between the iOS device and the supported Canon or Nikon DSLR camera, connected via USB or Firewire to a WiFi enabled computer.
For the most complete list of supported cameras, please visit the onOne Software website. The updated server may be acquired by clicking on the Download Server link.