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microRemote Gives You Complete Control Of Your Camera From Afar

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By Chris Scott Barr

I have a DSLR and enjoy taking pictures now and then, but I’m far from being a professional. Those people always seem to have a million and one accessories to help them get the perfect shot. If you’re one of those people, then you might find interest in this latest gadget from RedRock Micro.

The microRemote is an iPhone holder that will allow you to remotely control your camera from afar, while using the phone to display relevant information. While being able to adjust things such as aperture, and f-stops remotely isn’t exactly new, I’ve not seen anything quite like the DSLR focus controller. The knob you see on the side will actually allow you to adjust the image focus. It’s going to be the closest thing to actually holding your camera, without being anywhere near it. Look for it on sale sometime this summer for a whopping $1,000.

[ RedRock Micro ] VIA [ Dvice ]







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  • faroscin

    “The microRemote is an iPhone holder”

    ???

  • faroscin

    “The microRemote is an iPhone holder”
    cut and paste gone wrong, I guess.
    Nice blog, btw.

  • ChrisScottBarr

    Updated for clarity. It does indeed hold the iPhone, and use it for displaying the camera information.

  • Jessicat

    I'm still not crazy with the shape. I like the concept, but design seems off. I wouldn't mind seeing it in person. Maybe it doesn't look so bad in person.

  • Jessicat

    I'm still not crazy with the shape. I like the concept, but design seems off. I wouldn't mind seeing it in person. Maybe it doesn't look so bad in person.