Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jonny Chimpo, Jul 30, 2009.
hmm only supports canon?
i guess overpriced stuff sticks together
From what I understand, you'll still need to connect the camera to a computer with wifi though.
Version 1.1 (due very soon) supports Nikon.
Correct. But for people working in a studio this is an awesome tool. You can interact with the subject you're shooting and see the results in real time. Fucking awesome.
People shooting food or product photography for advertising or even portrait work should find this useful.
Oh snuggle my taint.
I wouldn't expect shit like this from you, Chimpo. Maybe a noob, BUT NEVER YOU! Its like I don't even know you anymore.
It's because I so rarely trawl this crappy little bastion of amateurs and noobs. I'm far too busy with supermodels and Ferraris.
Now STFU and gobble my choad, you peasant!
And I thought it was cool when someone made software to control my telescope with a PS2 wireless game pad.
cant wait to use the new tablet as the control pad
if you were in a studio, why wouldn't you just connect it to a computer and see it on a much bigger, much better calibrated monitor?
I'm not saying this isn't useful. I'm sure someone will find a use for it, but personally i don't see this being handy for anything i do.
If you were going to read my post in a thread, why wouldn't you just go ahead and read the whole thing so you could understand the second, equally important sentence?
I'm not saying your post isn't useful. I'm sure someone will marvel at your genius, but personally i don't see this being handy to anyone.
Seriously though, perhaps you've misunderstood what I mean. I'm saying that you can get out from behind the desk or viewfinder and walk up to what you're shooting and change the composition, adjust lighting, apply makeup, whatever. Then you'll be able to judge if your changes were enough or correct before you go back to the computer or camera.
I did read your second sentence. I do work in food, product and portraiture, and i can't see this ever being useful to me. But like i said, some people might.
and as for the getting out from the computer area, it's called having the computer on a cart, and if you have to you can use live-view.
Any cool crap like this available for my black berries?
in for nikon version