Why does the Unleashed for Nikon sometimes need a small cable?

The Unleashed N1/N2 plugs directly into a 10-pin port on Nikon DSLRs. Through this port we get power and camera state. Remote Triggering, Intervalometer as well as Geotagging are possible on all Nikons through this port alone. On newer DSLRs (since about 2012), we can even control almost all settings through this port, so changing […] Read more…

Does the phone need to be on during a timelapse?

No. The Unleashed is not just a simple Bluetooth transmitter, but your smart assistant that takes care of everything. Once you setup an interval shot / timelapse, you can leave the app, go out of range, switch your phone off etc. and the Unleashed will continue taking photos as set in the app. Once you’re […] Read more…

Does the Unleashed use a lot of power of the camera?

No. We wanted the Unleashed to be able to stay attached to the camera at all times. This also means that it shouldn’t need to be charged. That is why we reduced the power usage to a minimum and built in many power saving modes so you’ll hardly notice a difference of you camera’s power […] Read more…

How do I know the Unleashed is connected and working?

You will know that the Unleashed is working by two things: 1. In the app you will always see whether the Unleashed is connected or not. 2. The Unleashed has a LED that will blink in different colors to let you know what’s going on in the moment and whether it’s connected to your phone […] Read more…