The CamRanger simplifies the HDR process, making it easier for you to get the wide dynamic range you want for your images. From real-estate and architecture, to widespread landscapes, and even to portraits, you can confidently capture bracketed sequences with the advanced control of your CamRanger
With the CamRanger in your toolset, you can easily take HDR photos with dynamic range you’re wanting, without complicated exposure calculations.
Using the CamRanger’s easy-to-use app, simply choose which exposure adjustment should be prioritized (Shutter Speed, Aperture, or ISO), select the number of images and the level of exposure adjustment you want between each photo, and let the CamRanger do the rest!
When you’re on location with a client, and they’re reviewing work with you, be it portraits or architecture, you need a wireless solution that will stay connected.
The CamRanger gives you all of the freedom that comes with a wireless tethered solution but without any of the hassle of a weak wireless signal. Stay connected up to 500 feet away from your camera, and be confident that your client will be able to review images on your phone, tablet, or computer, along with you as you’re capturing them.
The CamRanger allows you to utilize your phone, tablet, or laptop to check composition, adjust focus, and most importantly for HDR photos: fine-tune your exposure settings.
For example, use your iPhone or iPad to open up live-view and review the exposure in your scene. From there, you can fine-tune focus, tweak white balance, adjust shutter speed, aperture, or ISO to get your exposure right where it needs to be so that you can begin your bracketed image sequence. And that’s just the beginning of the features available to you within the CamRanger software!
“For years I have been waiting for a way to shoot an HDR portrait using strobes. Well, that time is finally here using the CamRanger. This can be achieved using the HDR mode set to ISO. This now gives me a bracketed sequence with three different exposures that can be processed to produce a 32 bit file!” – Joel Grimes
“After a lot of research, it was clear that the CamRanger was the best option to streamline my HDR photography… the time that the CamRanger saves me for photo shoots is a tremendous benefit and it has been a sound investment.” – Scott
“I’m a full-time architectural photographer and I utilize various forms of HDR bracketing in my work. After having used other wireless tethering products with little success, I finally gave the CamRanger Mini a try. It proved to be the perfect solution for my work, allowing me the wide variability I require in my bracketing.” – Alan
“I found out about the CamRanger watching a Joel Grimes tutorial explaining how he uses it for ISO based HDR captures. It works great. I am very pleased with the purchase.” – Tony
The features offered for HDR Photography like advanced bracketing, adjusting exposure, as well as a host of other features, are available for a wide range of cameras through CamRanger products. The CamRanger 2 is compatible with Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fujifilm cameras, while the CamRanger mini is compatible with Canon and Nikon cameras. Be sure to check our list of supported cameras to ensure your specific camera model is included!
When it comes to controlling your camera, the CamRanger 2 software is available on Android, iPad/iPhone, MacOS, and Windows platforms. Install the app on your phone, tablet, or desktop and gain control of your camera to fine tune focus from up to 500 feet away from your CamRanger 2! The CamRanger Mini app is only available on Android and iOS platforms.
The features available on each platform vary, so be sure to review our feature comparison list to see what platform will work best for you.
We’ve put together a Knowledge Base that will walk you through the process of setting up your camera and the CamRanger. The video below provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the HDR features available to you through the CamRanger. Check out the HDR Knowledge Base page as well as the other tutorials available to you!
For more tips, techniques, and tutorials, be sure to check out our YouTube channel! Here are a few videos to help get you started: