- Published on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 10:00
- Written by Jeremy Lavender
As a Fuji X-Pro2 shooter, I’m not (yet?) spoiled enough by Fujifilm to enjoy a tiltable LCD screen on my camera model. Not that I really need it a lot to be honest but still, when out shooting landscapes, it would be a very great addition to this exceptional camera. Hopefully, it might change later with the next version of this model but cannot wait until then and for now, I had to find a way to resolve this little bothering stuff. I just decided to give a try to the FUJIFILM Camera Remote App. And, believe me, this thing is simply awesome!
Taken from FUJIFILM Website: “Use your smartphone or tablet to take pictures and control the camera remotely or to view the pictures stored on the camera and download them at your leisure. The FUJIFILM Camera Remote is an application which can operate wireless-equipped digital cameras by remote control to shoot images and to view images and movies in the camera and to transfer them to smartphones or tablets. It is also possible to add GPS location data to the image using the information acquired from the smartphone or tablet.”
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