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Shots Taken With A High Speed Camera Are Amazing. Here’s How To Take Your Own

Shots Taken With A High Speed Camera Are Amazing. Here’s How To Take Your Own

Want to separate your photos from the rest of the world? Try shooting at high speeds.

The problem is getting the right shots. Due to the difficulty level of precision shooting (nearly impossible), most people don’t even try it.

With the help of the MIOPS controller, you can take stunning high speed shots with your camera without spending hours on calibration and timing. The add-on works by using a smartphone app and bluetooth to control the shots from a short distance.

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    Each setting can be adjusted using the app. This allows you to make minor tweaks to the delay, sensitivity and timing of the shot. By controlling these elements using a separate controller, you can make changes to the subject as well.

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      The best feature of the controller are the profile settings. After setting up the shot, you don’t actually have to be there to set it off. This means you can be eating dinner while your camera is taking perfect shots of the sunset.

      MIOPS: Smartphone Controllable High Speed Camera Trigger | Kickstarter

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      Last Updated on December 18, 2020

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