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Pulse Allows Users to Control Camera Settings Remotely from a Smartphone

 - Nov 13, 2015
References: kickstarter & gizmag
There's nothing better than when all your technological gadgets are friends; Pulse allows photographers to easily control camera settings from their smartphone to get the perfect shot every time. Working with Canon and Nikon DSLRs, the Pulse device not only lets you press the shutter, but will also allow users to control camera settings like the aperture, ISO and more.

Fitting onto the top of your DSLR, Pulse will provide a live-streaming preview of what your camera is capturing; when this feature isn't available, you'll still be able to see the shots captured afterward.

Connecting to your devices via Bluetooth, Pulse is currently funding on Kickstarter with an expected ship date of April 2016, which will sync up perfectly as the weather starts to warm and photographers itch to get back outside.