More Tasty Tweaks from Triggertrap
Winter is coming, folks - and as the nights draw in, what better time to cosy up with your camera and your favourite camera-triggering app? In order to make the chilly evenings that much more enjoyable, we‚Äôve refined the design of Triggertrap Mobile for this release, implementing changes like removing digits you don‚Äôt need when entering shutter times; adding feedback panels to show things like the current exposure or the time until your next shot; improving the way users configure inputs in the Bramping mode (making the process a whole lot clearer and easier to use); along with the regular boatload of minor bug fixes. Groovy, huh? And if all that‚Äôs not enough for you - we‚Äôve also enabled our awesome facial recognition Peekaboo mode for all you early-adopting iPhone 5S users. Enjoy!
Now we see you!
Another week and another exciting Triggertrap Mobile update is coming your way! This time, by very popular demand, we‚Äôve reinstated the facial-recognition Peekaboo mode, so now you can trigger your camera based on how many grinning humanoid faces your iOS device‚Äôs camera can see (lots of fun for pop-up photo booths!). Another feature users have been clamoring to see return in Triggertrap Mobile 2.0 is the ‚ÄėDelay Before Trigger‚Äô, now known as ‚ÄėSensor Delay‚Äô, to give high-speed photographers even more control when capturing those split-second masterpieces. Our coders have also been hard at work fixing an issue with screen-dimming; improving the fancy new rotation capabilities and a whole host of other minor bug fixes and improvements (phew - I think we owe them a drink or two!).
We‚Äôve heard from lots of users who‚Äôve been enjoying Triggertrap Mobile 2.0 and its funky new look, but we know there‚Äôs loads of improvements we still need to make - so expect to see lots of updates like this one over the coming weeks and months.
Today, for the first time ever, we‚Äôve added rotation to Triggertrap Mobile, meaning that you can now use it in landscape orientation - perfect for those of you with phone holders on your camera and for photographers in tight situations everywhere. Add to this the fact that we‚Äôve rebuilt the app for iOS 7 and snuck in some performance and UI fixes and you‚Äôve got yourself a rather tasty update, people!
The all-new Triggertrap Mobile: more than just a lick of paint!
Well now, who‚Äôs this handsome devil? It‚Äôs Triggertrap Mobile, all dolled up and ready to paint the town a fittingly Triggertrap RED. That‚Äôs right, we‚Äôve given Triggertrap Mobile a full overhaul - including a snazzy new menu system that makes navigating between our awesome triggering modes faster and easier than ever, and a clearer, brighter interface that‚Äôs even better for use in low light, bright sunlight and everything in between. We‚Äôve listened to suggestions from photographers from all over the world and painstakingly rebuilt Triggertrap Mobile from the ground up - we think you‚Äôll like it a lot!
App Description"A nifty addition to any photographer‚Äôs toolkit" - Trusted Reviews ‚ÄĘ "[Combines] the capabilities of several expensive camera accessories into a single, affordable product.‚ÄĚ - Shutterbug
Trigger your built-in camera or your SLR camera with your iPhone/iPod/iPad, using a whole ton of different triggering modes.
You can trigger using:
‚ÄĘ TimeWarp (timelapses with acceleration!)
‚ÄĘ DistanceLapse (take a photo every 30 ft/m)
‚ÄĘ Vibration and shock sensors
‚ÄĘ Sound detection (Clap to take a photo!)
‚ÄĘ Long-Exposure HDR
‚ÄĘ Long-Exposure HDR Timelapse
‚ÄĘ Bulb ramping
‚ÄĘ Star trail mode
‚ÄĘ Cable Release (press to take a photo) which also supports long-exposure shots (exposures of up to 100 hours!)
Of course, all the modes are fully configurable, to enable you to get trigger happy with your camera - in any way you like.
For many of the triggering modes, you can use the camera built into your phone, but if you want the full Triggertrap experience, hook it up to your SLR camera!
To connect your iOS device to a SLR camera, you can buy a Triggertrap Mobile Dongle separately. See the Triggertrap website for a list of supported cameras, and for more information. More than 300 camera models are supported.
Long Exposure HDR (LE-HDR) mode supports shutter speeds from several hours down to 1/16th second, and can do up to 19 bracketed shots with 1/3, 1/2, 1 or 2 EV steps.
November 19, 2013 New version 2.1.1
October 19, 2013 New version 2.1.0
September 30, 2013 New version 2.0.1
September 26, 2013 New version 2.0.0
May 30, 2013 New version 1.5.4
May 02, 2013 New version 1.5.3
April 29, 2012 Initial Release