September. 14, 2016 (Phoenix, Ariz.) – Tether Tools introduces the Case Air Wireless Tethering System, an innovative camera controller that connects and transfers images instantly from a camera to a smartphone, tablet or computer. Case Air offers remote control of advanced camera settings including focus adjustments, exposure settings, bracketing, time-lapse, HDR, and more. View images on a larger screen to check critical focus and composition or use live-view or movie mode for real-time capture to share and collaborate as images are created.
Once connected to a camera via a small USB cable, Case Air creates its own wireless connection between camera and tablet, phone or computer (no wireless internet connection needed). Case Air is powered by a simple, easy-to-use mobile App with advanced camera functions including live-view, focus peaking, histogram, grid overlay, video capture, and specialized tasks like bracketing, HDR, time-lapse, and focus-stacking.
Images can be downloaded to a mobile device for on-the-go tethering and sharing. The Case Air App displays images full screen and only requires a simple pinch-to-zoom to check critical focus.
The Case Air battery life is approximately 6 to 9 hours and can also be powered using an external USB battery pack for photographers who need additional power. Case Air is non-proprietary and currently compatible with most Canon and Nikon cameras.
The Case Remote App, available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, is a wireless camera remote controller that works in tandem with the Case Air Wireless Tethering System. The App features an intuitive design and state-of-the-art performance that makes wireless tethering and remote camera control simple and easy.
The Case Air Wireless Tethering System will debut at Tether Tools Booth at Photokina, September 20-25 in Hall 4.1 Stand B.26. The complete system and accessories will be globally available through Tether Tools’ authorized resellers and at http://tethertools.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=398add8b9ed8d73934e4d8954&id=a0069e2fb3&e=8febd76d1d in late October.