Remotely Control Your Nikon from an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad


February 01, 2011 — XEquals (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, www.blueSLR.com) is offering blueSLR, a Bluetooth accessory and companion app that lets photographers use their iPhone, 
iPod Touch or iPad to remotely control their camera. With a 300-foot range, blueSLR controls the camera’s shutter while geocoding pertinent data about when and where the image is being shot. blueSLR is compatible with 11 Nikon camera models, including the D3100, D7000 and D300, etc. List price: $149.

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