I've been using this app for several years now. It just gets better and better. Works great with my Nikon D7100 and D810. Not often I say this, but I'm glad Zoltan finally is charging fee for it. Worth every penny. The firmware update to the TP-Link MR3040 made the connection very fast and much more stable. I run the app on my BlackBerry Dtek60 and Samsung Tab. On occasion I use the browser to connect, which is handy as well.
Update: Works with my old Xperia Z tablet so rating should reflect that. Nikon d7200 is not recognized. Tried several OTG cables, Blackberry Priv, HTC M9, etc. Nothing works. Wasted $8+ on this. Instructions are very complicated and the UI is not intuitive however most of these apps' interface are not very pleasing. Helicon remote works with the HTC but not the BlackBerry however the full version license is $48. Seeing how I can't really compare the two, I might have to cough up the 48 beans for Helicon because I know it works. Save your money and buy Helicon...you'll need it.
It functions very close to the PC version for my Nikon D7200. Far more functional than the basic Nikon remote control app (which is good for what it is because of the fast viewing of images). This seems to be a bit slow at showing the RAW images after receiving via WiFi. But it is certainly worth it if you need more options than the Nikon basic app. Great for taking those night sky shots where maximum tripod stability is needed and you don't want to touch the camera. Thank you for your efforts making this app and the PC version.
Set up a tplink mr3040. Connected to a Nikon d810. App is running on a Samsung s7. The s7 had a little trouble connecting to the network at first but once connected the app runs fine. We also run this on my daughter's s6 with her d810. Lots of controls to learn now! Don't let the negative reviews with the d810 deter you. More likely user error than the app and tplink.
Can't find the record button for video. I have a Canon 7d and 5dmark2, 5dmark3 tried using all still no luck. This app is junk!!! Wasted $8 on junk app. If you are reading this please help me figure this issue out. Thanks
Great app for controlling camera remotely for timelapse captures. Had an earlier problem with app crashing when trying connect using USB. Couldn't find an answer by google searching so used the forum on the developer's web page and had a reply right away. Make sure "use android native usb access" is checked in the settings. Connection is not reliable with WU-1a Nikon Wireless adapter but I think this is the fault of WU-1a adapter and not the app itself.
- added Nikon D5600
- added Canon 5D Mk IV and 80D
- Nikon, Canon, Sony communication fixes
- UI fixes
- updated framework
- other bug fixes