Foolography Unleashed N2 Smartphone DSLR Remote for Nikon Z6, Z7 Cameras

BH #FOSCCN2USBC • MFR #0590
Foolography Unleashed N2 Smartphone DSLR Remote for Nikon Z6, Z7 Cameras
Key Features
  • Adds Full Camera Control from Smartphone
  • 130-Foot Bluetooth Range, iOS & Android
  • Fire Camera Remotely, Start & Stop Video
More than just a simple remote trigger, the Unleashed N2 Smartphone DSLR Remote by Foolography provides full control over your camera from your smartphone. Remotely change aperture, shutter speed, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, and more. Trigger your camera from up to 130 feet away using your smartphone's Bluetooth signal, then receive a postview thumbnail to make sure you're getting the shot or need to fine-tune your exposure on the fly. Program interval shooting with up to 1 hour between exposures for dynamic time-lapse videos; the unique exposure ramping feature can adjust the camera settings for consistent exposure as brightness changes over time. Program exposures up to 4.6 hours long for stunning star trails and other long-exposure applications. The Unleashed Remote can also start and stop video recording and can operate up to six cameras simultaneously. The integrated geotagging feature records your location anywhere on earth so you will always know exactly where you got that shot. Remarkably, with all the features the Unleashed Remote has to offer, it is so compact you can plug it into your camera and forget about it. Its slim profile is due in part to its lack of batteries—it sips power from the camera battery when needed, so you never need to worry about it running out of juice at a remote location.
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Foolography Unleashed N2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Compatible Nikon Cameras
  • 3Adds Full Camera Control to iOS & Android Smartphones
  • 4Time-Lapse and Long Exposure
  • 5Automatic Exposure Ramping
  • 6Fire Camera Remotely, Start and Stop Video
  • 7Instant Photo Review
  • 8Geotagging
  • 9Control Multiple Cameras
  • 10Smart Technology
  • 11Compact Form Factor
  • 12Battery-Free Operation

More than just a simple remote trigger, the Unleashed N2 Smartphone DSLR Remote by Foolography provides full control over your camera from your smartphone. Remotely change aperture, shutter speed, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, and more. Trigger your camera from up to 130 feet away using your smartphone's Bluetooth signal, then receive a postview thumbnail to make sure you're getting the shot or need to fine-tune your exposure on the fly. Program interval shooting with up to 1 hour between exposures for dynamic time-lapse videos; the unique exposure ramping feature can adjust the camera settings for consistent exposure as brightness changes over time. Program exposures up to 4.6 hours long for stunning star trails and other long-exposure applications. The Unleashed Remote can also start and stop video recording and can operate up to six cameras simultaneously. The integrated geotagging feature records your location anywhere on earth so you will always know exactly where you got that shot. Remarkably, with all the features the Unleashed Remote has to offer, it is so compact you can plug it into your camera and forget about it. Its slim profile is due in part to its lack of batteries—it sips power from the camera battery when needed, so you never need to worry about it running out of juice at a remote location.

Compatible Nikon Cameras

  • Z6
  • Z7
  • Adds Full Camera Control to iOS & Android Smartphones

    Intuitively designed interface allows you to control your shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, and more from your smartphone. Download the free Foolography Unleashed app from the Apple iTunes App Store or Google Play Store and quickly enable your portable Bluetooth device to control your camera from up to 130 feet away.

    Time-Lapse and Long Exposure

    Set interval times as long as 1 hour for dynamic time-lapse sequences and exposures up to 4.6 hours for breathtaking low-light and long-exposure applications

    Automatic Exposure Ramping

    Unleashed remotes support controlled exposure ramping for smooth day-to-night transition when shooting timelapse sequences using the Foolography Unleashed or LRTimelapse apps

    Fire Camera Remotely, Start and Stop Video

    Start and stop video function in addition to still-frame operation

    Instant Photo Review

    Stop wondering if your remotely positioned camera got the shot: The Unleashed remote posts thumbnail images directly to your portable device as you shoot

    Geotagging

    GPS location information is automatically stored in image metadata

    Control Multiple Cameras

    The intuitive camera app allows control of up to six cameras simultaneously

    Smart Technology

    Smart Technology enables easy setup and reconnects the remote module to your Bluetooth device automatically if signal is interrupted

    Compact Form Factor

    The sleek compact design won't be in your way so you can leave the Unleashed on the camera at all times. To make sure you can continue to use all your other equipment, the hot shoe stays free

    Battery-Free Operation

    The compact receiver module draws minimal power from the camera battery; no bulky batteries required

    Foolography Unleashed N2 Specs

    Release TypeWireless: Bluetooth
    Camera ConnectionNikon DC-2, USB-C
    Interval Timer/ProgrammableYes
    Live ViewNo
    Mobile Device/App-enabledYes
    Cable Length3" / 76.2 mm
    Wireless Range130' / 39.62 m
    Operating Temperature-40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C
    Receiver Dimensions0.6 x 0.5 x 0.2" / 16.0 x 13.7 x 5.2 mm
    Receiver Power SourceCamera
    Receiver Weight0.12 oz / 3.5 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.055 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.3 x 2.7 x 1.3"
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