The new wireless Tether Tools device offers a connection up to five times faster than the Tether Tools Air Case and is now compatible with many more camera brands.
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Camrote version 1.2.0 adds new zoom and time-lapse capabilities to select Sony camera systems.
Nikon has finally made it possible to transfer Raw images from their Wi-Fi-capable cameras to smartphones and tablets running the new SnapBridge 2.6 application.
The Lavalier GO is a 4.5mm omnidirectional microphone designed specifically for Rode's ultra-compact Wireless GO system.
The team behind the LIT wireless xenon flash said that while it could push through production, they would need substantially more money to meet the quality they had hoped to achieve.
Rode has announced the Wireless GO microphone system, a ridiculously small transmitter and receiver that make it easy to record audio on-the-go.
Profoto has announced the Profoto Connect, a puck-shaped wireless trigger that's sleek, compact and buttonless.
Vello has announced its new LW-500 Extendá Plus wireless controller, which brings remote control to select Canon, Nikon and Sony cameras.
Lighting manufacturer Cactus has officially launched its RQ250 bare bulb wireless TTL flash unit on the Kickstarter crowd funding website, and says it will be ready for delivery in October.
Accessories manufacturer Meike has released details of a new grip it will be selling for the Sony a9 and a7R lll bodies that can hold two batteries and double as a remote control.
CamFi has revealed a souped up version of its wireless remote controller, the CamFi Pro. Dubbed "the fastest wireless camera controller in the world," it will be able to transfer photos at 10Mbps.
Snapbridge Version 2.0 has been redesigned with a 'more intuitive' and 'easier to use' interface, as well as a few nifty new feature like support for multiple cameras and the full manual control of select Nikon DSLRs.
The WiBotic PowerPad is a three-foot by three-foot landing pad that, according to its makers, is capable of charging almost any drone wirelessly.
WD just revealed their newest consumer-facing wireless backup drives called My Cloud Home. The drives come in capacities of up to 16TB and act just like a cloud backup system... except you own the hardware.
Wireless tethering is nothing new, but it's not exactly a cheap proposition. Well, that's changed, as Seattle-based photographer Alan Lawrence shows on his blog. For around $40, you can wirelessly control and transfer images from your DSLR to your phone or tablet. Read more
Pulse, a project currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, aims to bring wireless control to many Nikon and Canon DSLRs.
Looking for an easy way to share your photos with nearby smartphone and tablet users? We look at a couple solutions from SanDisk.
Integrating a tablet into a live shoot with a DSLR.
Rumors suggest Sony's Honami will have interchangeable lens capability: reality or simply wishful thinking?