With the help of CamRanger, use automatic focus stacking to get your macro shots in micro time.
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These shots show my camera on the ground with a 14mm super wide angle lens being used with my CamRanger and controlled by my iPad. Lining up the shot and focusing could not have been accomplished without CamRanger. I love this product!!!!!!
Since the camera was going to be in a spot I could not access without disturbing the subject, I used the CamRanger system with an iPad. The Cam Ranger acts as a wireless live view screen with nearly full control over the camera’s settings, along with several other capabilities like HDR exposure bracketing, intervalometer, long exposure timer, focus peaking, and Focus stacking. As with my RRS gear I feel like the Camranger is a gadget that pays for itself every time I use it. Read more about this shoot on Really Right Stuff
Ellis Vener Photography
An image made with a Canon EOS 6D, a Carl Zeiss 50mm f1.4 Planar and a 27mm extension tube. Focusing and depth of field are critical on macro images like this and although modern digital cameras have very good screens they cannot compete with the Camranger/iPad combination for zooming right in to check focus and DOF, even with a manually focused image like this. Also the ability to fire the shutter directly from the CamRanger/iPad means there is far less chance of any camera shake.
Electric Lemonade Photography