DSLR Assistant
DSLR Assistant
2.4

4.8

DSLR Assistant free download for Mac

DSLR Assistant

2.4
17 January 2015

Remote control software for Canon EOS DSLRs.

Overview

DSLR Assistant is a camera remote control software which allows you to operate Canon EOS camera and capture images remotely using a computer running OS X 10.6 or later.

Features:
  • Full remote control over the camera parameters
  • Tethered shooting
  • Interval shooting
  • Bulb shooting
  • Focus bracketing
  • Exposure bracketing
  • LiveView mode supported
  • Manual focus
  • Automated process of downloading and organizing images on your hard drive
  • Large high quality preview of taken shots
  • Revise instantly that focus, exposure, lighting and composition are all the way you want them.
  • Easily identify over exposed areas
  • RGB and individual channel histograms.
  • Intuitive and straightforward interface
  • many more...

The program will benefit any amateur or professional photographer who wants to automate routine operations and make work more hassle-free and productive. Want to have a better control of your camera? Then, DSLR Assistant is the way to go!

What's new in DSLR Assistant

Version 2.4:
  • Added support for Canon EOS 7D Mark II
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Full support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite

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3 DSLR Assistant Reviews

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StefanC2513
21 November 2013

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Everytime you start the program (with valid license !) it will connect to: wyday.com analytics.localytics.com ad-targeting-1724526091.us-east-1.amazonaws.com If you block this (Little Snitch), after some time you get a warning to ro re-register, and some times later the program switches to trial-mode with expired trial-time !!!
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Version 2.2
StefanC2513
21 November 2013
Everytime you start the program (with valid license !) it will connect to: wyday.com analytics.localytics.com ad-targeting-1724526091.us-east-1.amazonaws.com If you block this (Little Snitch), after some time you get a warning to ro re-register, and some times later the program switches to trial-mode with expired trial-time !!!
Like (4)
Version 2.2
1 answer(s)
Hawke5501
Hawke5501
07 April 2014
I currently use Apple Aperture to tether on location. With this program it sounds like if you don't have access to the internet the program stops working. A company called BIAS had a system similar to this and they are currently out of business. This program goes on my keep-A-Way list. Thanks for the information.
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Macstyler
04 May 2012
DSLR Assistant is aptly named. It acts as my second photographer when needed. I set up my MacBook and tether my Canon XSi which is on a tripod. I have it setup to take a picture every 5 seconds to a total of 500. This frees me up to take other pictures as needed.
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Version 1.7
Lambsporriegetta
12 July 2011
I've used Capture One Pro and Canon Utilities for tethering 1Ds3's and 5D2's and both softwares have proved to be a constant source of embarrassment in front of clients due to lost frames, freezes, crashes and general poor performance even on new apple laptops. For the last few weeks I've been using DSLR Assistant including a Beta of 1.5 and not only are there a load more features, most importantly it's way way way more stable as a tethering solution. I'd advise people with similar experiences to switch off tethering in C1Pro and allow this dedicated software to handle this crucial task.
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Version 1.5