The "Digital Director" App is an interface between Canon and Nikon digital cameras (DSLRs) and an iPad.
This intuitive App gives you control of your photo and video workflow, enabling you to shoot remotely and manage all key camera parameters (e.g. aperture, shutter speed, ISO - and much more) right from your iPad.
Use it to quickly and easily set up an intervalometer or time lapse session and to remotely control up to thirteen Manfrotto LYKOS & Litepanels ASTRA lights via Bluetooth. Touch your iPad screen to determine your focus point and confirm critical image focus with "focus peaking" and digital zoom; correct exposure with the Zebra filter.
The app's layout is easily customizable (standard, full screen, portrait) to suit your preferences.
Download your still images onto the iPad for post-production and share your images via the social network of your choice, by e-mail, FTP or your computer via Wi-Fi web server – from the "Digital Director" App.
With the Manfrotto Digital Director Plug-in for Adobe Lightroom for desktop you can also import the additional Digital Director metadata of pictures you’ve shared from Digital Director – via Wi-Fi web server, e-mail and FTP – into Adobe Lightroom for desktop.
The "Digital Director" App requires the additional DIGITAL DIRECTOR hardware in order to operate.
For more info visit www.manfrotto.com.
COMPATIBLE CAMERA MODELS
Canon (EOS Series):
1Dx, 1Dc, 5Ds, 5Ds R, 5D Mark III, 6D, 7D Mark II, 70D, 60D, 760D, 750D, 700D, 100D, 1200D
D5, D4s, D4, D810, D800, D800E, Df, D750, D610, D500, D7200, D7100, D7000, D5500, D5300
Please note that some camera models may not support all features: for more information please check the camera compatibility chart available in the App or the DIGITAL DIRECTOR product pages on www.manfrotto.com.
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