The Unleashed Bluetooth Adapter Lets You Fully Control Your DSLR from Smartphone

The Unleashed is designed to attach to your DSLR camera, and using Bluetooth technology, it allows you to fully control the camera with your smartphone. Like the idea? Let’s keep going for the Bluetooth adapter.

Unleashed Bluetooth Adapter Lets You Control DSLR via Smartphone

The Unleashed is an advance and easy-to-use smartphone remote control that comes in multiple variants to fit all DSLR cameras from both Nikon and Canon. As we can see from the images, all Unleashed models show off an ultra compact design that enables it to always stay together with your DSLR, and the hot shoe stays free so you can still use your external or popup flash, LED panels or shotgun mics.

The Unleashed remote control uses built-in Bluetooth technology to wirelessly communicate with your smartphone, and it just needs minimal power from your camera, so the Bluetooth adapter doesn’t need to be charged via a cable, ad. Plug’n’Play feature allows it to be always ready to use.

Unleashed Bluetooth Adapter Lets You Control DSLR via Smartphone

Using its custom app, the Unleashed gives you complete control over your DSLR, so you can easily change those important settings including aperture, shutter speed, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, image quality, flash and more. You can also remotely control your video recording, and its clear photo preview lets you instantly see results for shooting or further adjustment. Moreover, its intervalometer provides many vital settings that enable you to take perfect long exposure, breathtaking startrails, and epic timelapses. In addition, the Bluetooth adapter uses your smartphone’s location or a Bluetooth GPS receiver for direct geotagging, and it also supports control several cameras.

Unleashed Bluetooth Adapter Lets You Control DSLR via Smartphone

The crowdfunding campaign for Unleashed is ongoing on Kickstarter. Pledging €109 (approx US$122) will let you own the Bluetooth remote for DSLR. It will be shipped in June 2017.

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