All wirelessly with your tablet, phone or computer!
Whether you’re on set or on the go for your portrait photography, you don’t want to be tied down with cables and wires running from your camera to a computer. The CamRanger allows you to wirelessly tether to a phone, tablet, or computer with a strong and reliable connection so that you can adjust camera settings remotely or have a client review and rate images along with you.
If you’re in a studio adjusting lighting positions and setting up a complex scene for your model, you want to be able to fine-tune focus and tweak exposure settings without needing to run back and forth to your camera between each photo.
The CamRanger gives you advanced control of your camera so that you can make micro adjustments to your focus, make adjustments to aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, and so much more!
We all know the smiles that clients make when they see your photos. Now, they can have that smile plastered on their face the whole shoot while they review images as you’re taking them.
Your client or model will be able to see images immediately after you’ve captured them using the CamRanger app and can then rate the photos so you know which image they prefer. You can even have multiple devices connected to the CamRanger so that both a client and model can review images at the same time.
When you’re on set or on location, and your client is reviewing images on an iPhone or iPad, and you’re adjusting settings remotely, you need a tool that just works, all the time.
The CamRanger provides a strong and reliable wireless connection for your device so that you can confidently hand it over to a client for a review and you know the connection won’t fail. In fact, you can stay connected and adjust camera settings remotely from up to 500 feet away!
The CamRanger really is the best portrait photography tool you can have in your bag. But don’t take our word for it–check out what some of our customers have said about their experiences!
“I needed to find a solution for my clients to view my image captures while simultaneously allowing me to view the images on my laptop. Using the CamRanger Apps my client was able to view images on an iPad while I worked from my laptop. Everything was easy to set-up and use.” – Randy
“I use the CamRanger 2 as part of a photo booth set-up in an extremely wifi congested environment. I operated in a 3,000 person mega event, which in the past has meant extreme interference. With the CamRanger 2 I remained connected without fail all through the evening. The CamRanger 2 is more stable, works over a longer distance and gives you the 5gHz option as well. If it worked under those conditions, it will withstand anything.” – Jane
“I love, love, love the CamRanger 2 for use with my Sony A7R3! I do portrait work and being able to immediately see shots as I take them is a tremendous time saver. It allows me to get lighting feedback quickly so I can adjust my settings and positions easily without having to trust the small screen on my camera.” – Paula
The features offered for Aerial and Pole Photography, along with 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 app so that you can feel prepared when you step on to the scene for a shoot.
For more tips, techniques, and tutorials, be sure to check out our YouTube channel!