henrooo: Good overview of the app. Shame about the omission of a remote video
trigger. Knowing Canon, an update will take a year or so.
Veti Pie: Hi Michael, is there a way to do exposures longer than 30secs using this
eos remote, for e.g.: a two minute exposure?
Strandflat: Thanxs for this exciting video! Any idea of the maximum allowed distance
between the 6D and the smartphone to keep a good wifi connection (open
MichaelTheMentor: It will work in remote locations. The 6D has its own WiFi transmitter, so
as along as you are within about 30 meters, you are good!
Lee Fazzani: This looks pretty cool. Does the app work with the camera in bulb mode and
allow you to set long exposures (over 30 seconds)?
Tavis Glover: Hat's off to having such a hot model ;) So, this won't work without wifi?
Just wondering, because I'd like to use it on location where wifi isn't an
option. Maybe I can use my phone signal? Thinking of using it on my iPad
too, have you tried it yet? Thanks for all the great videos!
GamutPhotos: HI Michael- Thanks so much for the tutorial it made my set up super easy.
My live shoot view does not have a focus button. Is there only a focus
button in certain setting or does the camera have to be set a certain way?
Yes my lenses focus button is on AF. Thanks and I am looking forward to
this app being updated.
daniel sevdal: Canon 6D i love it.. test it
xcess1979: So my app doesn't have a focus button for some reason. Any ideas on what
might be wrong there?
Arsh JaiKrishan: Sir i shall also be grateful for your kind advice, i am an indie filmmaker
and an upcomin Photographer.. confused between Mark III & 6D' thoough i
have a my few budget constraints.. yet i am drifted towards Mark III, for
its Non-liasing and No moire.. as compared to the rest.. which i fear could
pose as a problem during shooting in the future. Please guide me.. Thanks,
Regards, Arsh JaiKrishan
Felis Neva: Mine doesn't have the focus button! :(
MichaelTheMentor: It should. Star ratings in camera import to LR.
Ryan Robinson: but can you use it in bulb mode? and get a 23" exposure? 17" exposure, that
kinda thing, just looking to see if I can control the exposure for
fireworks, lightning, etc
MichaelTheMentor: What exactly are you trying to do?
Richard Altenburg: One of the settings in the app is whether you want to show the focus button
or not (default setting is to hide it).
Lord Sword: can i work with the T4i ?! there is no WiFi in
MichaelTheMentor: Which focus mode do you have? If on face detection and there is no face in
the shot...this could be a problem! ;)
shelli sherwood: This is a great video and helped me set it up while in the field, but my
problem is when I am at home or where there is a locked wifi, it keeps
telling me it cannot connect to my 6d wifi. Is there something different I
need to do when I am in range of a locked network, where it wants to
connect to that and not my 6d wifi?
egsark: Is the EOS application enough to shoot video with EOS 6D or any other third
party software needed?
JuliaRochelle: I'm trying to save one (or more, but not ALL) of the images that were taken
with the camera down to my phone.
Mark Treen: have on for 6D to computer WIFI?
Trouble Maker: Does it work for Canon T3i?
JuliaRochelle: I'm not even sure who to ask or where to go for FAQ, but found your video
and thought I'd ask you! I've connected my camera and iPhone, but after
going to view the photos on the phone, and choosing the save to camera
function, highlighting (checkmarking) particular images, the "Save" button
just doesn't do anything. Why won't it save?! If you can help you'll be my
MichaelTheMentor: 5Diii is best for moire and overall quality in my opinion. 6D seems better
in low light.
ObiWanCannolii: Qs: 1. How far can you be from the camera? 2. Can you set a grid on the
screen to level out the horizon? 3. Can you set any camera setting such
2sec/10sec via this app? Here's where I'm going: I've got a 60D and a 7d
and I'm hoping to get away from both of those in favor of this new beauty,
BUT I rely on the 60d's articulating screen (especially when showing low on
a tripod for landscapes) so I'm hoping that my phone (Android) will be able
to replace the articulating screen. Thanks!
MichaelTheMentor: GREAT Question- It maxes out at 30"
MichaelTheMentor: 1. About a hundred feet, 2-no 3- no - its mostly exposure and focus. It
really needs a start record for video. For pre-viewing, yes, it can
definitely replace your articulating screen set up/
Francisco Flores: I was able to set it up in camera but when I select the camera name in my
iphone, it does not ask me for the password, so I'm unable to connect.
MichaelTheMentor: unfortunately, only on the 6D.
Courageously Kinky: Thxs for the helpful information! I realized the cannon 6d T3i rebel only
has the eye-fi cards. I am just learning my camera but this seems to work
southboundtraveler: Great vid, thanks! How far away from the camera will the wifi connection
reach? It looks fine with the smartphone right next to the camera but what
if you are across the room, or across the street for that matter?
MichaelTheMentor: There is no built in wifi on the T4i
Paul Welford: Michael has really helped me in my photography and i have grown as a
person. he instills confidents in using your camera in any conditions. i
have purchased a number of Michael Dvd from his store and when i have
contacted him he normally always replies when he has the time. i have a
Canon 5D Mkiii and i am happy shooting thanks to Michaels help.
MichaelTheMentor: Yes- Works beautifully in bulb mode!
Shynn Ng: Now who say eos 6D doesnt have a touch screen???
MichaelTheMentor: Video is not supported with the App.
MichaelTheMentor: Check your App settings.
Bardhok Ndoji: Nice video. Am so looking forward to buy 6D next month.
armandogallardoj: Can you turn off 'Live View' on the camera but stil be able to see the
image on the phone?
MichaelTheMentor: Should be pretty straight forward. Which menu are you accessing to do it?
Remote Shooting or View images?
ZagatoZee: looks cool, but really was a dumb move by canon to put in a novelty - who
cares function, as opposed to a built in RT system for the new flashes.
pkh060391: you need to go to your settings option in the program both iOS and android
and turn on "show AF button" I had trouble myself, just wanted to share.
however the button doesnt work for me... both on ipad and galaxy note 2..
mikeismad61: Why not just the iPhoto 5 on its own ? - Pics might not be FF quality but
there good and no need to drag a DSLR around as well... the future belongs
to the Smartphone me friends.
Shaun Gibbs: Enable the focus button in the settings by tapping on the cog in the top
Mohan Sunkara: Good review, I like live view, preview of settings. Awesome
AJ B: do you know if it will work if I am not connected to my wifi internet but I
have the camera and my ipod sinc? I know it works at home when I have my
internet wifi on between the two.
Dave Dugdale: Cool.
Jonathan D: this is where people don't understand about wifi...they think the wifi is
just for using on the camera(that's what i thought too) like seriuously i
don't need wifi on the cam so i can surf the web on a camera.....it is alot
more than that! like micheal said...the remote shooting is just too much
SickSickers: very ggod thx for vid
Connie Jennings: Hi Michael, thanks for the information. Two things: I see that you have two
buttons for the focus and shutter release on your phone (I, too, have an
iPhone 5), a big one and a smaller one underneath the big one (I only have
the big one) AND the little square button to the right ( select
ISO....etc), mine does not work...any help or suggestions?
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