Our new App support wireless download your camera photos to your Mac directly, include over 10+ major brand cameras, support DSLR, Mirrorless, Action Cameras, Compact Cameras, 360 Cameras, you can find a full list in our App description.
There also have extra feature to check your camera shutter count.
Easily check your camera shutter count to know whether newly purchased camera is really new, or check how heavily used a pre-owned camera.
The App will also show Serial Number for Nikon/Fuji/Pentax Camera, Internal Serial Number for Sony Camera, Lens Serial Number for Fuji Camera.
Just open or drag drop photo file (JPEG or RAW) from your Camera to the App. Note: Photo must come from camera (SDCard) directly, other App imported photo may remove necessary data and can’t be used to show shutter count.
Most of canon cameras need USB connection to read shutter count, the photo read method will not work, please connect your camera with USB connection first then use the App to get shutter count.
Example usage, Canon 6D: use USB cable connect your camera to Mac, turn off your camera and start the App, turn on your camera and click on ‘Canon EOS’ button in the App (or click again after 1~3 seconds). This procedure ensure the App get the USB connection first, just in case other App use the USB connection before our App.
Photo EXIF Viewer help you view your photo’s EXIF information, if you are a photographer or DSLR/Camera user, you can use this App to view your photo’s EXIF information.
You can use the App to open file or folder, the App will load all photos when you open a folder, left panel will show the quick filter option include ISO/Focal Length/Aperture/Shutter Speed/Width/Height, you can click on them to filter photos by that criteria. Above right panel, there have a dropdown box allow you change scan photo folder depth, be careful of this option, the App will take much time to load if there are too much photo to load.
On the right you can view photo thumbnails, you can use the above slider to change photo size, there’s another dropdown box allow you change slideshow delays.
You can click on thumbnail photo to view full photo in a separate window , or open a single photo file will also show this window. You can view some pre-defined color filter style on left panel, click on them will show the effect in main panel, you can save the filter photo by click on toolbar save button.
On right panel you can see all EXIF detail information, to safely share you photo with others or to internet, you can use the Clear EXIF toolbar button to clear the photo EXIF data.
How to connect MiP robot?
First start your MiP robot, then start the App, it will automatically connect. If that failed to connect, please check following question to fix.
Can’t connect to robot, how to solve this?
There can only one App control MiP Robot, so first stop all App which connect to MiP Robot, then reopen the App which you want connect to MiP Robot. You can use following steps to stop App:
1. Press the Home button two times quickly. You’ll see small previews of your recently used apps.
2. Swipe left to find the app you want to close.
3. Swipe up on the app’s preview to close it.
Design quick actions and menu for your Pebble watch to control you phone to:
* Turn Flashlight on / off
* Make your phone vibrate
* Start camera and take photo
* Record audio and play the last record audio ( You can find record files in iTunes App File Sharing )
* Make Phone Call ( Enter phone number or select Contact number in the Setup Screen )
* Speak text ( Enter text to speak in the Setting Screen, you can set speak speed, volume and language )
* Show Photo
You can setup 10 actions for each menu, the up limit now is 10 menu and 90 actions. Use menu to group your actions, for example, you can setup call phone number actions to one menu (group).
1. Install and run the Watch app ‘Pebble Tools Pro’ on your Pebble Watch
2. Config actions and menus on your phone, touch the send button to send config to your Pebble Watch
3. Select action on your Pebble Watch to run it