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Some point-and-shoot cameras have apps that let you use wifi or bluetooth to view the camera and operate the zoom/shutter, like the Panasonic Image App or Cannon Camera Connect
Looking for a tablet for comics, eBooks, video streaming via Plex, light gaming (mostly puzzle games), and if possible the ability to use the Steam Link app. Running Android (higher than 4.4) is important as I'll also be using it with my Lumix-G85 camera app. (Link to the Panasonic app here.)
Comics, eBooks, and my digital cameras app will be the primary features I would like to utilize.
Budget: Less than $150 preferably. No greater than $220.
Screen Size: 10 inch minimum
Screen Resolution: At least 1080p
Weight: Don't really care that much as it's mostly going to sit on a music stand while I'm using it. (I wreaked my neck recently so laying down and reading is basically off the menu for awhile.)
Optional Features: MicroSD would be great, Headphone Jack (preferably with microphone support) as well, Type C charging would be nice.
Sorry for the novel, I didn't want to forget something important. If I need to elaborate on anything feel free to ask.
If my feature requests are too difficult to meet for my budget, please tell me and possibly tell me where my budget should be for the feature set I want.
I looked it up online. In terms of controls, it's all there, which looks excellent.
That said, the Play Store reviews do not look promising... A lot of people saying it drops connections frequrntly, has bugs, instability, etc. Seems like it'd be risky to invest in a camera on the basis of using this.
The G7 has wifi and can be controlled via the Panasonic Image app (iOS, Android) on a smartphone. No additional hardware required.
It's not the best app in the world, but Panasonic makes an app you can wirelessly monitor and control your camera. Link here.
Next up would to be turning on focus peaking. Lastly, purchasing a monitor may be your last available choice.
Hi, I couldn't find a shutter remote for your camera, but I think you can use an app on your phone? Not sure what phone you have, but for Android I found this app that says it can be used as a remote for Panasonic cameras. Hopefully it works for you. I'm sorry I can't be of more help, I've only used a Nikon D3100 and I bought a wired remote shutter button for it. Maybe someone else here would be able to suggest a better alternative. Sorry again..
Thanks! What do you mean by production value? I have a profitable pornhub channel if that's what you mean.
I use a Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 with a Sigma 350963 60mm F2.8 DN, and the primary reason I use this camera is its wifi viewfinder with full exposure, aperture, and focus control. In my hand is a Galaxy S7 used to monitor the captured footage.
What's the significance of your account reference?
Of course, I love sharing photography details. I use a tripod mounted Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 with a Sigma 350963 60mm F2.8 DN, and the primary reason I use this camera is its wifi viewfinder with full exposure, aperture, and focus control. In my other hand is a Galaxy S7 used to monitor the captured footage. I try to cut the video so it isn't so apparent that I'm frequently looking at something in my hand or holding it up in view.
When I film with my wife, she monitors the viewfinder on her tablet which lies on the bed.
> Or I could use WiFi and get some android app, I know the quality would be terrible but it might be enough for focus?
> Can i monitor the g7 through wifi on a laptop?
Sadly, not straight out of the box. The Panasonic Image App allows you to monitor the G7 via wi-fi, but it is for iOS and Android phones and tablets only (available free from iTunes and Google Play).
If you have a Chromebook, you might be able to get the Image App to run with App Runtime for Chrome (but it's a Beta, so there are no guarantees).
If you really want to monitor your G7 with your laptop and don't mind spending a little money, you can buy a $299 Magewell Video Capture Dongle and connect your computer to your camera via HDMI out (this won't work while the camera is recording).
Hope this is helpful and good luck!
Remote control for camera [link]