Previous Panasonic GH4 Review Next Tamrac 328 Light Stand Bag Review Product Reviews My First Time Using the CamRanger March 30, 201413 comments556 views1 min read 13 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode I use the CamRanger for a real estate shoot. Nate Zeman’s Photo – Breckenridge at Dawn CamRanger Yongnuo Flash Grid for Flash Gels for Flash Small Softbox Large Alzo Softbox Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email You may also like Video Product Reviews Step Up Ring Shoot out 237 views1 min read Video Product Reviews Color Comparison BMPCC4K vs Sony a7Riii 932 views1 min read Video Product Reviews Variable ND Shootout and are they as good as a Solid ND? 943 views1 min read 13 comments Definitely looks like a TP-Link, I’m using the TP-Link (OpenWRT Firmware) with DSLR Dashboard and a Nexus 7. Works great! http://gwegner.de/know-how/camera-wlan-mit-dslrdashboard/ (german page with screenshots of the setup) Charlie can you tell me if it works with the ipad? As far as I know DSLR Dashboard is only available for Android. https://code.google.com/p/dslrdashboard/ Have sent this question to CamRanger; someone else may already have the answer: Long-exposure shooting needs the mirror-up function – first release moves the mirror up, second release fires the shutter. This avoids mirror shake. Can the CamRanger handle this function? Camranger is the rebrand of tp-link. Tp-link with re-written firmware works with DSLR Controller and only for android. Works really well, and it is $150 cheaper 🙂 Here to confirm that. http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/2013/12/13/camranger-tp-link-tl-mr304/ Hi Dave, for a while I wanted to start learning with flash but all the Canon ones are expensive for me. I wanted to ask you if you reccommend the Yongnuo flash as a starting one and if you also had to buy receiver to shoot it off camera? I don’t know how all this works. I’m shooting on Canon 60D. David, here is my suggestion in order going from easy to feature rich: 1) YN560II with CactusV5 trigger 2) YN568EX with YN622C @David these Yongnou flashes are my first flashes and they are not that hard to figure out. Hi Dave, I just bought the CamRanger but haven’t used it yet. Glad to know it works for video too. You mentioned the Mike Kelly course. I purchased it a month ago and I can tell you it’s worth every penny. I’ll second Charlie, I am also using the TP-Link with DSLRController on my Nexus 7. It is possible to use with iOS as well, but it must be jailbroken. I have it working properly on my iPad Air. Also wanted to add, you can purchase a TL-MR3040 and flash it with the Camranger firmware, essentially giving you the exact setup for $40. I’ve tested and can confirm this works. http://www.sofortbildapp.com Take a look at this FREE software. It’s for the Mac but it’s a program for tethering. You can also use live view but you can’t record the video. Take a look.