The CASE Remote Air is the World’s Smallest Wireless Camera Controller
Controlling your DSLR from your smartphone or tablet has never been … smaller. Meet the CASE Remote Air, the self-proclaimed “world’s smallest and most powerful smart camera controller.”
If the CASE Remote Air sounds familiar, you’re probably thinking of the original CASE Remote. That wireless camera controller was released back in 2014 by the same Chinese company, CheeringTech, and now they’re back with a newer, smaller version.
Check out this (painfully awkward) video to see what the CASE Remote Air is all about:
Like its predecessor, the CASE Remote Air connects to your camera through a USB cable and creates a WiFi hotspot that you can connect to using your PC, Mac, or the CASE iOS or Android app. Once connected you can take advantage of live view, change your exposure parameters, control video, and even do specialized tasks like bracketing for HRD, time-lapse shooting, and focus-stacking.
What sets the CASE Remote Air apart, if you haven’t guessed yet, is its size. At just 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.4-inches and 50 grams in weight, it’s a tiny, almost credit card-sized accessory with a lot of interesting features and a slew of supported Canon and Nikon cameras.
The CASE Remote Air is currently up on Indiegogo, where it’s already reached 660% funding with 22 days still left to go. Find out more or pick one up for yourself for $84 (plus shipping) by clicking here.