An efficient and reliable software utility that successfully allows you to remotely control your Canon EOS digital SLR from your computer
|Updated||October 30 2019|
Breeze Systems N/A N/A
|Crack Size||35.2 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
DSLR Remote Pro is a comprehensive and efficient application designed to help you connect and control your Canon photo camera from the PC, by means of a USB cable or FireWire.
DSLR Remote Pro allows you to record videos from the camera to your PC or the device's memory card. Similarly, you can display live images from your Canon device straight on the screen of your computer.
DSLR Remote Pro enables you to adjust the exposure mode and compensation, the image size and quality, the white balance and color temperature, all in order to provide you with as much control over your camera as possible, without laying a finger on it.
Furthermore, the application offers you the ability to control the camera's focus remotely, both when taking pictures and when in movie mode, which results in an improved image quality.
DSLR Remote Pro Crack provides you with an interesting feature, namely the 'Photobooth' mode, that you can use to take a series of pictures and print them out almost automatically. This can come in handy at parties, as your guests can see the result instantly and decide which to keep or discard.
Another situation where this program can prove useful is in the case of photo shoots, so customers can immediately see a printed version of their pictures and imagine how they would look in an album or hanging on a wall.
With DSLR Remote Pro, you can take great pictures and capture videos, right from your computer, where you can adjust all the required camera settings and preview the results on a big screen. The application proves quite useful in a wide range of situations, so you can use it with confidence anytime you need to remotely control your Canon device.
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