... of it as the lag between lens and phone annoyed me, but sick of lugging a Nikon D90 ...
chris schofield, Amazon
7 August 2015
Summary: Had one but got rid of it as the lag between lens and phone annoyed me, but sick of lugging a Nikon D90 around so getting another, the lense will take photos by itself, it just has no view finder but still fine after a crop, which can be done on your phone in seconds and then posted instantly which...
Summary: Even works with the surface rt or surface pro. (3rd party software.) its the only model that I found that does. (don't buy a surface rt for anything, surface pro 3 is where Microsoft finally got it right) as for a mac I wouldn't know I have work to do so I don't own one.
Connects to your phone only via Wi-Fi, forget about it if you're in the middle of nowhere.
Mostin Williams, Amazon
27 April 2015
Summary: I have given this only three stars because I'm disappointed of the connection with this camera. I was at an air show and wanted to take pictures but evidently there is no Wi-Fi on the airfield. That is how the camera communicates with your device.
The camera is better for planned outings than capturing spontaneous moments
3 March 2015
Summary: Portable powered zoom lens, for getting those far away shots, and photos are clear. Tri-pod leg broke off during first field use. Startup takes a while so the camera is better for planned outings than capturing spontaneous moments.
Summary: Bought it as a present and it is ok it does what it says and that is about it. i wished it connected to the phone camera UI for better control, you can NOT use the +volume button to take a picture which is a big shame.
Summary: Takes a great picture as long as you are shooting stills. Lag time for preview is very annoying but ok for slow still shots. I use it to take pictures of artwork. Easier then pulling out the big camera and the pictures are great. I messed with the video a bit and it seems very clear and clean.