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2. Canon EOS Utility (Connect your camera to your laptop with a USB cable to use this software and to control your camera)
** 10 foot USB extension cable I use with the EOS Utility
3. Sony (PlayMemories Camera Apps)
4. Panasonic Image App in the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.panasonic.avc.cng.imageapp&hl=en
Panasonic Image App on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/panasonic-image-app/id590212732?mt=8
** What camera do you use? Does it have an app and work with wifi? Post the details in the comments!
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About This Video:
In this video Sean Cannell from Think Media reviews a budget camera monitor and cheap camera monitor solution for creating videos. This camera monitor setup uses either your smartphone or a laptop and is nice if your camera does not have a flip screen. You can use a laptop as video camera monitor. You can also use a smartphone. And this video shows how to use your phone as a camera monitor and shows the camera monitor app, which would allow you to use an ipad as camera monitor. This is essentially a diy camera monitor solution, so check out the video and leave an questions in the comments section!