Crude, unpolished, but incredibly useful Note: to pair with my dbpower ex5000, I had to both disconnect my home wifi AND turn off mobile data. The interface is nice(ish), and the image looks great on my OP3 screen. Could be slicker, more reliable and easier to pair but makes the camera worth it for what I plan on doing with it (hopefully going up a sail mast). Just remember all data is your enemy.
Why ...... So you first get the camera... has a slot to hold a memory card. That's great easy to transfer... NO. has to have a card in to take photos .. but you can't transfer the photos ?? Am I missing something.. take memory card out photos not on there .. put back in camera and can see them .. download App and still can't transfer them but can see what camera see on phone what's point in that ... use your phone .. any help please got some great photos but can't see them unless on camera.
When I 1st got my SJ7000 cam, I downloaded Final Cam on my Samsung Note 3 w Android 5. It would not pair. Worked fine on my wife`s Android 4 and Works fine now since I reverted Note 3 back to Android 4.4. I also noticed no sound xfer via wifi w this app...Beware that this app won`t work with Android 5 as ``Add Device Fail``.
Not bad... But unable to transfer recordings to phone memory! App works well for 'SJ7000' on my Sony Z3, no major time delay between devices, connects well and does the job. Would give 5 star however no sound and I am unable to transfer images and videos to my phone memory / SD... PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ALLOW THIS FEATURE!!
Buggy. Remote function works though. Had many crashes. Goes in landscape mode after connecting to my git2 action cam which is annoying. Nobody wants to use remote in landscape mode. Automatic download to phone after shot is a pain in the ass. What if i want to make another shot? It will take a few seconds because of that autodownload to phone. Please just simplify the UI for easy use. That is all we need.
Good enough For the people complaining about not being able to share or save the files, go to My Files > Device Storage > vcamera.dod you can see all the videos and pictures and then use the built in Android sharing features. My only complaint is that some of the icons in the app have no description of what they do when checked or unchecked.