$199.99 – $208.99
The CamRanger mini hardware device is required to use the CamRanger Mini app. The CamRanger mini is only compatible with iOS and Android devices.
The unit comes with the following:
- Black Protective Case
- White Micro USB Charging Cable
- Black USB Cable for Camera Connection (select appropriate camera)
- Quick Start Guide
CamRanger is NOT for unsupported cameras, but for select Canon and Nikon cameras.
Any CamRanger mini will work with any supported camera, however, the USB cable can be different for different cameras. So please select your camera to ensure the correct cable is included. You can use the USB cable that came with your camera
*** Normal 20″ USB C cable is out of stock and an 8″ cable will be used instead if your camera uses this cable type ***
I use the CamRanger with an iPod and I particularly like having a large screen to review my composition, focus and exposure. The focus stacking is also very effective and is a real time-saver in those instances where it’s called for. So much more than a simple remote shutter release.
The CamRanger Mini was easy to configure, and delivered all of the functionality promised. The camera connect cable sent with the Mini was not correct, so I had to research and separately order the cable.
I bought the camranger mini to be able to shoot star trails and to trigger the camera shutter remotely for my canon R5 and so far it has worked flawlessly. It took a little while to get used to the new configuration (I'm used to the original camranger I bought years ago) but the learning curve wasn't that steep. The only issue I'm having is with my canon 5d3; controls and everything work and sync with the camera just fine, I just can't get it to download the images to my ipad. Not a big deal since I can still use my original camranger with this camera.
Hi Rory, if you need help with your 5D III, please email support@CamRanger.com for assistance.
Just got it several days ago. My main use for it is off-camera flash portraits, using my Canon 7d ii. Since I’m experimenting with new equipment and techniques, it allows be to ’shoot myself,’ thus avoiding the need to find ‘victims.' Still playing with it and getting comfortable with it. It does seem to be doing a great job.
I recently purchased the CamRanger mini and used it on one of my shoots. It has helped me simplify my workflow and lets me compose and style my shots better. It's totally worth it!