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    chance upon this pretty cool apps which will officially launched in Nov,but you can start installing the apps now which i already did...
    however,you need to get the cable suitable for your camera to get it started which will only be available in Dec..
    go install the apps now and share what do u guys think of this??

    ioShutter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonetics View Post
    chance upon this pretty cool apps which will officially launched in Nov,but you can start installing the apps now which i already did...
    however,you need to get the cable suitable for your camera to get it started which will only be available in Dec..
    go install the apps now and share what do u guys think of this??

    ioShutter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince Photogenic View Post
    Whoa.. atas shutter remote control..
    yes. So atas that Nikon users can't use...
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    Wired? I can't imagine my phone dangling clumsily from my camera. I think I'll pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpimp
    Wired? I can't imagine my phone dangling clumsily from my camera. I think I'll pass.
    If there's a interval timer feature included I might consider

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgdevilzz

    If there's a interval timer feature included I might consider
    Shouldn't be too hard to program one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgdevilzz

    If there's a interval timer feature included I might consider
    I think there is. If it runs via Bluetooth then I also might. And of course, Sony system support.

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