Camera Trigger Shot




    Trigger Shot uses your phone's sensors to trigger camera shots, also known as a External Camera Trigger (ETC).
    Included free is the Time Lapse option. This will take pictures based on a time interval.
    In the settings you can set which camera to use (rear or front), the picture size, and the flash mode.
    Google Drive integration allows all pictures to optionally be uploaded to your Drive automatically.
    Pictures will keep being triggered and taken even when the screen turns off. This is save battery power if you want to leave the app running.

    Optional modules include: (In App Purchase required)
    EMF Trigger - Trigger the camera based on Electro-Magnetic Field values read from the phone's electronic compass sensor. Start and Stop values can be selected.

    Vibration Trigger - Take pictures when ever your phone senses vibration above a certain setting.

    Light Trigger - Trigger the camera whenever light values change. You can set it so a picture will be taken whenever a light is turned on.

    Many more sensor modules will be available shortly.

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    Users comments for Camera Trigger Shot

    Randall Morning

    by Randall Morning

    Dec 01, 2014  |  "Poor"


    Cart Walker

    by Cart Walker

    Oct 09, 2014  |  "Great"


    Julie Hafford

    by Julie Hafford

    Oct 08, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    It really irks me when people are to lazy to read an app description, it does indicate that there are in app purchases and what they are. That being said the app itself is great, I use it on every paranormal investigation I go on and it works fine on all my devices. The only problems I have is actually due to a poor quality sensor (or lack thereof) on the device itself. The extra purchases are com

    Johnny Smalley

    by Johnny Smalley

    Jan 09, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Be Fine

    Faraz Ahmad

    by Faraz Ahmad

    Oct 12, 2013  |  "Great"

    Great apps. Time interval mode is excellent but gps corridnates are same in all pictures take in timeq interal. Gps location of first picture is copied to all other pictures.

    Frances Tapp

    by Frances Tapp

    Apr 19, 2013  |  "Awesome"