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Helicon Remote: A Powerful App for Tethered Shooting and Camera Remote Control




If you are a photographer who wants to take full control of your camera settings, focus, exposure, and more, you might be interested in Helicon Remote, a utility app that allows you to connect your camera to your Android device via Wi-Fi or USB cable. Helicon Remote is compatible with all recent Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras (except for some models that are not supported). You can use Helicon Remote to perform various tasks, such as:


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  • Tethered capture of images and video



  • Automated focus bracketing for focus stacking



  • Advanced exposure bracketing for HDR



  • Image review and preview of focus stacking results



  • Extra long exposures (BULB mode)



  • Full screen Live View with focus areas highlighting and noise averaging



  • Time lapse shooting and video recording



  • Burst (continuous) shooting



  • Hyper focal distance and DOF calculator



  • Live histogram (grayscale/RGB)




In this article, we will show you how to use Helicon Remote on your Android device with Wi-Fi connection. You will need a camera with a built-in Wi-Fi unit or an external wireless adapter, such as Wu-1a, WT-4a, WT-5A for Nikon cameras, and WFT-4A, WFT-5A, WFT-6A/B, WFT-E7A, WFT-E8A for Canon cameras. You can find the full list of compatible Wi-Fi cameras on the [Helicon Remote website].


Connecting a Canon camera with built-in Wi-Fi unit




To connect a Canon camera with a built-in Wi-Fi unit, follow these steps:



  • Make sure no other camera-related apps are running, especially Canon Connect. You may need to uninstall it if you have it (in some cases there's no other way to prevent it from "taking over" control of the camera)



  • Run Helicon Remote on your Android device



  • Clear the Wi-Fi settings in the camera body, then reactivate Wi-Fi. Choose the Smartphone mode



  • Make sure the camera is turned on and Wi-Fi is active (look for the Wi-Fi icon on the camera body screen)



  • Connect your Android device to the Wi-Fi network created by the camera



  • Switch back to Helicon Remote and press "Select a camera". You should see an "Auto-detected Canon camera" item. Tap it once to pair




Connecting a Nikon camera with built-in Wi-Fi unit or Wu-1 external unit




To connect a Nikon camera with a built-in Wi-Fi unit or a Wu-1 external unit, follow these steps:



  • Make sure no other camera-related apps are running



  • Run Helicon Remote on your Android device



  • Clear the Wi-Fi settings in the camera body: menu -> Setup menu -> Wi-Fi -> Network settings -> Reset network settings. Then activate Wi-Fi (same menu -> Network connection: ON)



  • Make sure the camera is turned on and Wi-Fi is active (look for the Wi-Fi icon on the camera body screen)



  • Connect your Android device to the Wi-Fi network created by the camera



  • Switch back to Helicon Remote and press "Select a camera". You should see an "Auto-detected Nikon camera" item. Tap it once to pair






: [Helicon Remote website]


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