By Paul Burwell
Imagine wirelessly controlling your Nikon or Canon digital SLR camera from your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Not just control it in the sense of tripping the shutter to take a picture, but rather taking full control of your camera as if you were sitting right behind it. That’s just the promise of a new device called CamRanger.
The CamRanger device itself is a small 10 cm x 6 cm box that acts as both a Wi-Fi access point and the camera controller. It’s powered by a small rechargeable (and replaceable) lithium ion battery. It has four lights …
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