DSLR Assistant 2.4 include Patch
DSLR Assistant is a camera control application which allows to operate a Canon EOS digital camera from a Mac computer remotely using USB or Firewire cable. It offers a comprehensive set of features that allows to control practically all camera parameters, key settings and shooting functions remotely. With only a few clicks you may change aperture, shutter speed, ISO, image size and quality, control lens focus, release the shutter and more.
With DSLR Assistant intricate tasks become easier and faster. You can take a number of photos at different exposures and focus distances within seconds. This is extremely useful for HDR and macro photographers.
DSLR Assistant supports interval shooting to help you shot time lapse sequence faster and more efficiently.
With bulb exposure you can take a photograph using longer than 30 second exposures.
DSLR Assistant automates the process of downloading and saving pictures from your camera to a computer. There is no need for concern about changing the camera’s CompactFlash memory card during remote shooting. All captured images are saved directly to the Mac’s hard drive and automatically organized in the built-in library, so you will need no time to find the image you want.
Captured images are instantly shown on a large Mac screen. It is much easier to vertify that focus, exposure, lighting, and of course composition are all the way you want them.
Any photographer is able to improve workflow efficiency using our camera remote control software product. DSLR Assistant is very user friendly and easy to use.
Perform you photo tasks faster, better and more easily. Reduce the amount of post processing workflow.
Enhance Image Quality
Make sure that focus, exposure, lighting, and of course composition are all the way you want them.
Get immediate feedback from the client and/or model. Make on-the-spot decisions which would benefit both of you.
Automate Common Tasks
Easily capture sequences of photos for HDR, macro and time-lapse photography.
Control your Canon EOS camera remotely from your Mac via USB or FireWire cable.
Automatically transfer all captured images to you hard disk.
Images show up instantly on the Mac screen.
Release the shutter by pressing the release button on a camera body or remotely from the app.
See a live view from a camera on the Mac screen while shooting.
Frame the shot without the need to look through the camera’s viewfinder, you may use the Mac screen instead.
Precisely adjust lens focus.
Zoom LiveView image in and out.
Flip live preview image horizontally.
Remote Camera Control
Automatic recognition of connected camera.
Most camera parameters (like resolution, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, ISO, etc) can be changed remotely. While it is still possible to set all options in the camera, it often makes more sense to make the changes remotely.
Adjust lens focus precisely when shooting at a shallow depth of field.
Perform various photo tasks automatically.
Arbitrary number of shots in the sequence.
User-defined time interval between shots.
Start and finish shooting at the predefined time.
Shooting on certain weekdays.
Instant Image Preview
Preview captured images instantly on a large Mac screen while shooting.
Use trackpad gestures: two-finger scroll and pinch to zoom.
Zoom image in and out.
Image histogram with red, green and blue channels.
Hover mouse cursor over your image to see a pixel color value in RGB, HSB and Lab spaces.
Identify overexposed and underexposed areas of the image.
Examine EXIF information describing different parameters digital camera used while taking a shot.
Automatic capture of bracketed series of images for high dynamic range photography.
Arbitrary number of shots in the sequence- Far greater dynamic range.
User-defined bracketing step.
Dim the screen to preserve your eyesight in a darkened environment.
Make your screen red to preserve your night vision even better.
Set your shutter speed for longer than 30 seconds.
Automatically organize captured images.
Support for tokens in file and folder names.
Rate images from within the app.
Record LiveView video stream into a file.
Supported under Lion and higher.