Wicked cool app which looks like it can really help in composition, especially for portraits. I hooked my Acer Iconia tablet up to my Canon 50D and it started right up. It's in Beta and only costs around $8.50 (the developer says that the price for the final release will be higher, but purchasers of the Beta will get the upgrade for free).
I've done something similar with my D90, my laptop, and a remote desktop app on my iphone.
That solution looks to be a bit more refined.
I'm having some internet problems today it seems.
Hopefully this one will only post once.
Le tag for future reference.
It goes at least 2 steps farther than the Canon tethered software. The first is obvious, Canons software wont work on a smartphone. Second, the tap to focus is very cool. All of my tethered shooting in the studio is done in manual due to the limitations of the Canon focus control. Questions I have are this:
1. Canon software will not trigger flash with exterior sync cable while on the liveview function. Will this?
2. Is there a way to save the image to another card inside the phone/device?
3. Will this work remotely with a WFT unit? The current Canon set-up for this SUCKS!!!!