Bluetooth Camera For Ipad
If you own an original iPad that doesn’t make available any camera, I think you feel a little disappointed, especially now when the iPad 3 was released and makes available two high quality cameras. That may be the reason why you are interested in finding a Bluetooth camera for your iPad. Unfortunately the market doesn’t make available such hardware solutions. The only possibility available involves owning an iPhone. If you own both Apple devices, you will be able to use an app called Camera for iPad, pair it with Bluetooth and take photos on your iPad.
The app that I have mentioned is available in exchange for $0.99 and may not be a hardware device, but it’s your only chance to enrich your iPad with camera capabilities. Camera for iPad is an app that will do its trick only if you install it on both your iPad and your iPhone. Afterwards, the iPad will be able to use the iPhone’s camera. That’s because the app mentioned will help the two devices to find each other via Bluetooth. It’s like the iPhone becomes Bluetooth camera for the iPad. You will notice that after the two iDevices are connected via Bluetooth, the images captured by the iPhone’s camera are displayed on the iPad’s screen. In addition, the moment your press an iPad button, the iPhone’s camera automatically takes a picture and transfers it to the iPad’s storage space. The process is not fast at all, but it’s your only chance to enjoy camera capabilities on the first generation iPad.
In my view, the idea of using the iPhone’s camera as Bluetooth camera for the iPad is pretty smart and one of two possibilities that can help you get photos on the iPad (the other possibility is to use the Apple Camera Connection Kit). The only downside of the idea is the low operating speed. The potentially annoying speed is not caused by the app, so you shouldn’t blame its developers. At fault is the Bluetooth connection used for transferring the photo taken. You know it just as well as I do that Bluetooth connections can’t make available speeds comparable with those of Wi-Fi connections. The only upside of using Bluetooth as transfer environment is the fact that the iPad and the iPhone you’re using don’t need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. That means you can take photos anywhere.
An app such as Camera for iPad can prove helpful if you are interested in setting up a local webcam or if your iPad is stolen. In the latter case, you have pretty good chances to take a photo of the thief’s face. I would also add for fun purposes.
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