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Crowdfunding project of the week: CASE Remote Air helps control a DSLR camera wirelessly

Today we are taking a look at the CASE Remote Air. This is a gadget photographers can use to remotely control their DSLR cameras.
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August 14, 2016
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Sunday is back and we are ready to talk about the latest ‘Crowdfunding project of the week’. In this article series we weed out the hundreds of campaigns we can live without, showcasing only the hottest projects from sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Shall we get started?

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Today we are taking a look at the CASE Remote Air. This is a gadget photographers can use to remotely control their DSLR cameras. The concept is pretty simple – this unit can connect to your camera via USB and stay docked in the hot shoe. After being plugged in, the device will create a WiFi hotspot to which your smartphone can connect. This will make it possible for users to control the camera using the included app.

We have seen similar solutions in the past, but CASE Remote Air seems to be more full-featured than usual. Once everything is set up you will be able to control your shutter speed, change the ISO, manage the aperture, select where the camera should focus and check the live view. Furthermore, there are advanced features like HDR, bulb, time-lapse, focus stacking and more.

The CASE Remote Air also supports a wide variety of cameras from Nikon and Canon. Those of you using other brands may be out of luck, though. Then again, that’s usually how it goes with most third-party camera accessories.

Interested? The CASE Remote Air is not too expensive if you get it through the Indiegogo campaign, where you can sign up to get one for as low as $119. That’s really not a bad price for a tool like this. Remember photography accessories can get very pricey, and this is something that can really take your shots to another level.