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D700 connection to an iPad

bgt48

US
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bgt48 Registered since 04th Mar 2008
Sat 22-Dec-12 03:26 AM

Does anyone know how to connect a D700 to an iPad and use the iPad as a live view monitor. I have the Apple camera connection kit. But not sure if I need a special app or if the D700 has to be set with special settings in the menu.

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jbarden

Ithaca, US
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#1. "RE: D700 connection to an iPad" | In response to Reply # 0

jbarden Registered since 12th Mar 2009
Sat 29-Dec-12 04:41 PM | edited Sat 29-Dec-12 04:42 PM by jbarden

The only thing I'm aware of is DSLR Camera Remote from onOne software. But your camera has to first be tethered to a computer running their software, then you can use live view and control your camera via your iPad. This doesn't sound like what you're looking for though.

http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/dslr-camera-remote/

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TZ750F

Brisbane, AU
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#2. "RE: D700 connection to an iPad" | In response to Reply # 1

TZ750F Registered since 06th Nov 2012
Sat 29-Dec-12 08:58 PM

Saw this on petapixel, seems to fit your requirements.
http://www.petapixel.com/2012/12/20/camranger-wirelessly-control-canon-and-nikon-dslrs-with-an-ios-device/#more-95682

jbarden

Ithaca, US
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#3. "RE: D700 connection to an iPad" | In response to Reply # 2

jbarden Registered since 12th Mar 2009
Sun 30-Dec-12 12:13 AM

That looks pretty interesting, especially for macro work.

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