Trigger Happy Remote

Trigger Happy Remote


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Trigger Happy Remote is a patent-pending camera remote the enables the shutter control of DSLRs or high-end point-and-shoot cameras with an Android device. Trigger Happy Remote provides a basic shutter release as well as bulb and time lapse modes.

The Trigger Happy Remote connects to cameras with the Trigger Happy Unit, a cable that plugs into the audio jack on Android devices. The Trigger Happy Unit is available from Trigger Happy Remote’s website.

Trigger Happy Remote supports various Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Samsung, Kodak, and Fujifilm cameras. See Trigger Happy Remote’s website get the Trigger Happy Unit.

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Beta release of the Android Remote App. Please email with any feedback. Thank You

Version 1.08
- Bug Fixes

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Comments and ratings for Trigger Happy Remote
  • (22 stars)

    by Eric L on 22/02/2014

    Still waiting on my refund I was told would arrive in "up to 3 weeks" back in October of 2013.

  • (22 stars)

    by Mohit Khanna on 09/01/2014

    A complete waste of money. It was a promising Kickstarter project but execution was pathetic. The cable was delivered very late and the app did not recognize it. App too is not well designed and kept crashing.

  • (22 stars)

    by Francis G on 08/10/2013

    Got the olympus & canon versions. The olympus version will only work with the "press to shoot" button. The canon version cannot even do that. Expensive and disappointing.

  • (22 stars)

    by Chris Rigol on 25/08/2013

    try these settings for time lapse. Set camera - single shot, manual exposure. Set phone - max media volume, airplane mode, sleep off (display always on). Set app - interval: enter time you want between shots, shutter length: 1 sec (this is how long the app sends the signal to camera. Too short and camera may not fire), duration: enter the total run time you want the camera to keep taking interval

  • (22 stars)

    by Dave Bennett on 21/08/2013

    So most camera remotes are crazy eexpensive, but this one gets the job done with an inexpensive chord. At least when you think about the cost of a traditional trigger. Nicely done.

  • (22 stars)

    by Tyler Sharp on 06/08/2013

    Rebel XTI does nothing with this. I feel let down that I even backed a project that doesn't work at all.

  • (22 stars)

    by thomas tiernan on 20/05/2013

    Doesn't work at all for me.

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