Can I use Bluetooth with Triggertrap Mobile?
The long and short of it is that Triggertrap Mobile does not have a Bluetooth function.
We did try to include an experimental implementation of a Bluetooth feature, but we never were able to get it to work reliably. In the end, we concluded that our particular implementation of Bluetooth was not...
Can I use Mirror Lock-Up?
We don't currently support MLU in any of our products, for a few reasons:
MLU can be very confusing to users who don't usually use it.
MLU only makes sense in long-exposure modes, where battery life is less of an issue, which means that you may as well use Live View on your camera. Live View m...
Finding crash logs
Sometimes when the computing gods are not smiling on us, the app may crash. It helps us a lot if we receive a crash log when this happens. Here's how to find the log files:
If your iOS device crashes..
Navigate to the Settings app on your iOS device. Head to Privacy, and then to Diagnostics an...
How does Wi-Fi triggering with Triggertrap Mobile work?
The Wi-Fi triggering mode in Triggertrap Mobile enables photographers to remotely trigger their cameras by using one mobile device as a ‘Slave’, and the other as a ‘Master’.
Both devices need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
On your Master device, go to the ‘Wi-Fi Master’ in the setti...
How do I set up my Triggertrap Flash Adapter?
Setting up the flash adapter is really rather easy! To make it even easier we've created a How To video which you can see here.
Only Simple Cable Release works/ I can't use any of the long exposure modes.
If you are finding that none of the long exposure modes on Triggertrap Mobile work, your camera could be in the wrong mode.
If you are using Press and Hold, Press and Lock, Timed Release, Star Trail, Bramping, LE HDR or LE HDR Timelapse, then your camera will need to be set to bulb mode to take ...
What's the difference between the Triggertrap Mobile Dongle 1, 2 and 3?
There are three different versions of the Triggertrap Mobile Dongle.
Triggertrap Mobile Dongle 1
Version 1 can be identified by its black cable and bigger plug:
Triggertrap Mobile Dongle 2
Version 2 can be identified by its red cable, and slimline plug:
What are the differences?