2-1. Smart Remote Control for Action Cam

Your smartphone or tablet can be used as a remote control that shows the images to be recorded.

  • The screen design may be different depending on your smartphone/tablet.

A: Monitoring:
To monitor an image before and during recording.

B: Shutter button:
To release the shutter or start/stop recording.

C: Quick Viewer:
To view photos on the PlayMemories Mobile app. Wi-Fi will not be disconnected.

D: Shooting mode setting:
To select the shooting mode from [MOVIE] (movie mode), [PHOTO] (photo mode), [INTVL] (interval photo recording mode) and [LOOP] (loop recording mode). The selectable recording modes vary depending on the camera.

E: Settings:
Those listed below are a part of the available settings, which differ depending on the camera or the shooting mode.

  • Highlight Movie Maker: Detects characteristic scenes from movies and creates the movie composed of them (highlight movie) automatically. Refer to <Applicable Products> and <Creating the highlight movie> for details.
  • See In-Camera Images: Use this option to see the images in the camera, and to send (copy) them to the smartphone/tablet. Refer to <Applicable Products> and <2-2. Sending images> for details.
  • Recording Mode: Selectable only when [MOVIE] or [LOOP] is set.
  • SteadyShot: When set to [On], the angle is set to 120 degrees. When set to [Off], the angle is set to 170 degrees.
  • Review Image: Displays an image after shooting. Selectable only when the still image mode is set.
  • Save Options: Saves the review image to the smartphone/tablet after shooting. Selectable only when the still image mode is set.
  • Location Information: Location information will be added to images using the location information service on the smartphone/tablet. Usable when [Save Options] is set to [On].
  • Saving Destination Setting: Selectable only with Android smartphones/tablets. Select a saving destination for copied contents on PlayMemories Mobile.
  • Mirror Mode: An image on the monitor is displayed horizontally flipped. Suitable when the camera is facing to the photographer.
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