The iPhone wears many hats for many people, and its versatility has not stopped amazing the world to date. This time round we have the DSLR Remote app from onOne for the iPhone, where it is able to control selected parts of your DSLR camera when the camera is connected to your computer. The DSLR Remote will work via Wi-Fi, and you can choose from the $9.99 Professional version that allows you to control a plethora of camera settings, while the much more affordable $1.99 Lite version does but one thing – fire the shutter. It is a no-brainer to guess which version you ought to be gunning for if you’re thinking of living out a fully remote life.
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