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Weye Feye Wi-Fi System For Canon & Nikon DSLRs

Weye Feye Wi-Fi System For Canon & Nikon DSLRs - XSories has created a system which photographers can use to change camera settings from up to 80m.

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Weye Feye
The Weye Feye is a new universal Wi-Fi device that gives Canon and Nikon photographers remote control over DSLR cameras with a smartphone, a tablet or a PC/Mac from up to 80 meters away.

The device generates its own Wi-fi network, enabling remote control of a camera via an App on smartphones and tablets (available on Android and iOS). 

With the Live View function available via the App, users can change ISO, white balance, aperture etc., switch between modes, control the focus and wirelessly set off the capture of images.

The Gallery will allow users to view, select and share images from the smartphone or tablet directly to a computer or via social networks and sharing platforms. Plus, the integrated server allows several users to access the Gallery without installing the App.

The unit, which has its own battery and server, operates with 802.11n Wi-Fi technology and is compatible with the following DSLR cameras:
  • Canon: 450D; 50D; 7D; 5D 11; 5D 111; 60D; 650D; 600D
  • Nikon: D600; D 7000; D300; D700; D300s; D800; D90
The Weye Feye is available for £199 and more information is available on the XSories website.


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cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
18 Nov 2013 2:31PM
Looks like it is also available for left handed cameras, If the above image is correct.Grin

It is about time the left handed members of the planet where considered in the design stage.

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pablophotographer 3 464 185
18 Nov 2013 6:59PM
Interesting for wildlife photographers,
I guess they give iron jaw-traps to put around your camera to guard it from potential thieves, while you are 80 meters away from it.

No?

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