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It doesn't matter and it won't affect the final image, though you will probably shake the camera imaging like that. Your camera has wifi, did you try this app? [link]
For anyone who likes using their phone to do timelapses, and wants to continue doing it, its pretty easy. I'm on android and canon so this works for that combination.
I use a Mini USB cable paired with an OTG USB adapter to connect my 6D and my phone. Then I use one of these apps to control the camera.
If anyone's interested, I can give more info.
I would think that it would work, yes. I used to use it on a Nexus 5 with 6.x.x (not sure, but it was the latest) and it worked with my 6D and S110. On the app page it says requires 4.0 and up on the bottom: [link]
Currently working well on 7.0.
Canon has an app called ‘Canon Camera Connect’ for both iPad/iPhone and Android devices which allows you to transfer images over WiFi. We have the same camera and I use it almost all the time to transfer my photos.
for Apple: [link]
for Android: [link]
Canon camera connect
Canon updated their stuff on Apple. Compare that list with [link]
I got no experience with your camera, does it have wifi?
If so have a look at [link]
I really don't find anything interesting about this photo unfortunately. I encourage you to try again because you have an interest in photography - here are my recommendations:
Working on these fundamentals should yield better results next time. Good luck.
Canon Camera Connect
Which app, exactly? I don't have a wifi-enabled DSLR, so I haven't tried the app out. But the app should either be Canon Camera Connect or EOS Remote
I would suggest trying out QDSLRDashboard, but it's not free. I don't recall if they offer a free trial or sorts, so explore their website. I've used it via USB to my phone. It offers a lot more features than Canon does and it supposedly works via wifi as well as USB. There's also [DSLR Controller}([link]) by Chainfire (if this isn't the free one, he also makes a free version that I think is a bit more limited). But I don't remember if this works over wifi or not.
link for anyone using an app to view Reddit