Is the new Unleashed compatible with external GPS devices?

Yes and no. The new UNLEASHED is using Bluetooth Low Energy instead of Bluetooth Classic. This makes connection to the phone super easy and efficient, but won’t allow you to pair the new UNLEASHED directly with an external GPS tacker as most of them are using Bluetooth Classic, such as the Bad Elf for example. […] Read more…

Is the Unleashed compatible with L-brackets?

Yes, it is very likely that it will work with your L brackets. Most L-Brackets have a cut-out area around the connectors, so you still have access to the sockets. On Nikons Pro DSLRs, the Unleashed N1 is attached to the front of the camera (round 10 pin port) so it’s out of the L-Brackets […] Read more…

Does the app need to be open for geotagging to work?

You don’t have to have the app open, meaning actively in the foreground to be able to use geotagging. Once you activated geotagging the app can be in the background and the phone even in your pocket. Only once you completely closed (force-quit) the app you won’t be able to use geotagging anymore. Read more…

Can I connect an external GPS to the new Unleashed?

No. However, this might change in the future. The main reason why external GPS are not supported anymore is that the new Unleashed is using Bluetooth Low Energy and external GPS use Bluetooth Classic. So in case we (our you) find an external GPS supporting BLE we can check compatibility and try to make it […] Read more…

How does the holy grail timelapse work?

A holy grail timelapse is the name for a day-to-night or night-to-day timelapse. Those timelapses need the on-going adjustment of exposure as lighting conditions are slowly changing. Since you can’t touch the camera while shooting a timelapse and you want to minimize flickering, external hardware (mostly a computer with a certain program) is necessary to […] Read more…