Great app but not working for me This is one of the great app but IR blaster not working with MOTO G. Prepared IR blaster as showed by developer. Is there any problem with Lollipop/moto G 1st gen?
Good app but... The fact that the screen has to stay on means risks of image burn on the display, either a screen saver mode or the ability to run with the screen off would be great or if the screen would just fade to black would work also, reducing the brightness helps, but I would like to run the app for several hours. I'm just fearful for my screen.
Genius App!!! Samsung Note 3 (built in IR) with Canon 5DMark3. It was set up in 30 sec - only selected the camera brand within the app and put the camera in self timer / remote mode! Works like a charm and it even offers time laps / intervalometer functionality without having to push the shutter release all the time! Solved a big problem for me! Graphic design is minimalistic and simple to use and functionality is fantastic!!! Great work guys!
Just what I wanted Works great with my Nikon D5100. Built two of the IR LED plus so I have a spare. Both work great and the program does exactly what I need to take hands off sequences of shots at the telescope. 5 Stars cause it does everything I need and the instructions to build the IR senders was really nice. Thanks!
Works beautifully with IR I didn't realize my Note 3 had an IR blaster until I was researching dslr controller apps. I found this one (which is free) and it works beautifully. The app itself is not very attractive but it doesn't need to be especially considering that the developer doesn't charge for it. Search Google to see if your phone has an IR blaster and if it does, download this app. If it does not you will need to buy/build extra hardware.
Not working for me I have an LG g2 with a built in IR blaster and nikon d600. I know the IR on the phone works fine because I use the remote function all of the time. My d600 has no issues and I've set the camera to the remote setting. I've also set the app to nikon. No luck
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