Camera Pro Control

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About this app

Camera Pro Control is an app that lets you control your DSLR and other cameras to get the most out of your pictures. Download and share your creations in an easy way. Connect your camera via usb or wifi. You can even use your mobile hotspot if you are on the go.

Tethered shooting
Change exposure (iso, aperture, shutter)
Change drivemode, metering, picture style and whitebalance
Change image format
Manual focus
Exposure simulation
Ae bracketing (done in SW if not available on camera, like D3400)
Focus bracketing
Filters (focus peaking, show highlights, show contrast)
Overlays (rule of thirds, spiral, ...)
Auto iso for Nikon
Movie recording (usb connection required for most cameras)
Timer settings for interval shooting
Bulb mode
Set mirror up (Canon only)
Control speedlite (Canon only)
See current histogram
See roll and pitch (Canon only)
Use app in portrait or landscape mode

You can use my other app Camera Connect & Control to test if the connection with your camera works.
Supported cameras:
(Important: your mobile device must support usb-host-mode to connect to your camera via usb)
Please go here for the full list of supported cameras:

* DSLR cameras with wifi, like Canon 5D Mark IV
* DSLR cameras with wifi adapter, like 7D Mark II using W-E1
* EOS R series, like Canon EOS R6
* M-Series, like Canon EOS M10

* Most DSLR cameras that support wifi, like D5300 or D7200
* Newer cameras from the Z Series, like Nikon Z50, Z6 (II) and Z7 (II)
* Snapbridge cameras with firmware update that unlocks the wifi menu on the camera, like D850 with Firmware 1.10
* Superzoom cameras, like Nikon P900

Sony cameras that have the 'Smart Remote Control' app, like Alpha 6300.
Important: update 'Smart Remote Control' on your camera before using this.
To update open 'PlayMemories Camera Apps' and select 'Smart Remote Control' from the list of apps.
Updated on
Jul 9, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
118 reviews
Leif Rudd
February 8, 2022
Works as specified, with my aging 5DM2 that has been abandoned by Canon. My primary use for this app is to facilitate more accurate focusing for astrophotography while the camera sits at an inconvenient tilt on the astro pier. This app does exactly that, and of course supports shutter release. Those are really my main use cases, and though I haven't tested the intervalometer, I'm looking forward to ditching the kludgey controls of my handheld wifi intervalometer. Decent UI. Dankeschön dev!
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Evil Genius
June 25, 2022
WOW. Simple and intuitive interface just like my camera. Connects flawlessly with my Nikon Z6 from a Samsung Note 9. I would like to have the option to only set the bulb and delay times and then start the capture from the main capture button instead from the bulb window, however this is just my personal opinion. Unexpected bonus is that the battery in my Nikon Z6 lasts way longer during my long exposures.
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Masvingo Sculptures
October 31, 2020
Hi guys. I have it a 4 start because I believe it will work well. But im experiencing user error here.. Im not yet able to download the app. Ive clicked automatic connection but it constantly scanning for camera. Theres a manual connection option and a space bar where I can enter a number. What number am I looking for? I have searched all over for a tutorial but haven't found one. Can you show me what im doing wrong and where I can find one? Thanks in advance. Doug.
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October 31, 2020
hi, when using manual connection then you have to now the ip address of your camera. which camera do you have? is it on the list of supported cameras? have you used such apps before? for support please write to

What's new

* connect via Bluetooth
* scan QR codes
* scan NFC tags