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Due to variety of camera sensors used in Android phones, we don’t have a plan to support Android phones.
Thanks!2018-05-12 at 12:38 am in reply to: Pocket wizard TT5 and TT6 Canon – Will they work with Tric Cam? #1992
We haven’t got a chance to test with Pocket Wizard products. Please note: 1) Adding another wireless trigger means additional time delay. May need to adjust sync timing. 2) X-sync only. Therefore, need to adjust power output manually on your trigger/flash device.
Please slide the ISO slider up, not left or right, to get to Shutter, White Balance and Manual Focus sliders.
We do offer SDK to certain third party developers. Please contact us through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. There are two solutions:
1) Each flash with one Tric device: Up to 4 devices can be connected through paid app TricCam. Free TricCam Lite can only connect to one Tric device.
2) Use only one Tric device to master flash, and set other flash units to optical slave mode.
2. It is required to use our app to trigger Tric device. Other apps cannot trigger it.
JPEG and RAWで保存した時、カメラロールでは1枚しか表示されませんが、実際は2つのファイルで保存されています。PCに接続し、エクスプローラーなどで見ますと、.jpgと.dng二つのファイルに保存されているのが分かります。
Please make sure your iOS device is one of the supported devices: iPhone 5s or newer, or iPod touch (2015) or newer.
If your device is one the supported devices, the issue is likely on App Store. By searching Internet, there are many threads talking about not being able to install purchased apps. Some people mentioned it might be related to Terms and Conditions need to get accepted:
E.g. try to purchase/download other never installed app, then install purchased app again.
Apple has an official answer to this (not that useful)
“Redownload an app”
If still not working, suggest open a ticket with Apple Support.
Sorry for late reply.
Currently iOS only allows changing shutter speed and ISO for exposure. Aperture is physically fixed. Given shutter speed is also limited by the maximum sync time (1/30 sec. or slower), we can only change ISO for the exposure.
Another possibility is to change the output and distance of the light source.