Smart Shooter 1.0

September 27, 2010 | Mark Goldstein | Software | Comment |

Smart Shooter 1.0 is a new digital photography workflow application for remote capture and advanced camera control. Smart Shooter allows the photographer to fully control their camera from a computer, and is available for both Windows and Mac priced at £32. A trial version is also available for download.

Hart Codeworks

Hart Codeworks releases Smart Shooter

Brighton, UK, August 17th 2010 - Hart Codeworks today released Smart Shooter 1.0, the new digital photography work flow application for remote capture and advanced camera control.

Smart Shooter allows the photographer to fully control their camera from a computer, giving the freedom to explore and experiment to help take the perfect picture. Automatic download and display means photos can be fully evaluate photos in seconds, and real time live view output helps to focus and compose the scene.

Scripting language integration provides total control of the camera, allowing the photographer to take multiple photos with varying settings just by clicking a single button.

Smart Shooter is aimed at both the professional and amateur photographer, providing them with the following features:
? Remote camera control via USB cable
? Full control of camera settings
? Photo download and display on PC
? Real time zooming/panning photo display
? Live View display including overlay mode
? Live View recording of each frame to JPEG file
? Bulb shooting with timed exposure
? JPEG and RAW file formats
? Connect and control multiple cameras
? Automatic control via scripting
? Tethered shooting with automatic download and preview

Smart Shooter is available for both Windows and Mac, and is priced at £32. A trial version is available for download from the website.

All recent Canon EOS digital cameras are supported.

About Hart Codeworks
Hart Codeworks is a small software development studio specialising in photography work flow and digital imaging applications. The company’s mission is to provide photographers with the tools to help realise their photographic vision.



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