Foolography’s Unleashed now supports timed long exposures
Berlin 26 June 2019 – Foolography’s Unleashed got a major app and firmware update with new features. Something the community has been waiting for – timed long exposure – is now available for all Unleashed users.
Foolography’s Unleashed is back in stock and ships worldwide
Berlin 14 February 2019 – With Unleashed by Foolography, Europe’s startup hub Berlin gets another success story in the hardware startup scene. The crowdfunding backed camera gadget is a “made in Germany” DSLR remote control, now in stock and available with worldwide shipping.
LRTimelapse algorithms implemented in new Unleashed
Berlin 01 September 2018 – Foolography’s Unelashed – an advanced DSLR remote control –supports LRTimelapse’s “Holy Grail” algorithm to help to do smooth day-to-night transitions timelapse directly in camera.
Foolography partners with Triggertrap
Berlin 26 September 2016 – Berlin-based foolography (foolography.com) today announced that it is partnering with London-based Triggertrap (Triggertrap.com) to add additional functionality like sensor-based triggering to its popular Kickstarter-backed Unleashed product.
Foolography successfully introduces “Unleashed” – crowdfunded in under 100 hours
Berlin 06 September 2016 – The Unleashed successfully launches on Kickstarter and reaches funding goal in 5 days – and the funding is still rising. Foolography’s beautifully designed, tiny Bluetooth module gives photographers complete control over their DSLRs from their smartphone.
Foolography introduces “Unleashed” – the almost invisible smartphone DSLR remote control
Berlin 02 September 2016 – The Unleashed launches on Kickstarter: foolography’s beautifully designed, tiny Bluetooth module gives photographers complete control over their DSLRs from their smartphone: you can change settings, take photos, videos or timelapses, get thumbnail previews and geotag your images.
Foolography revolutionizes Geotagging for Nikon DSLRs (Presskit)
Wiesbaden 01 September 2012 – Foolography introduces the smallest Bluetooth Geotagging device for Nikon DSLRs. The location of an external Bluetooth GPS tracker is written in the photo’s metadata the instant the photographer presses the shutter.