ShutterSnitch has a built-in FTP-server, which is how it communicates with the Eye-Fi (Canon and Nikon transmitter accessories also work). As you shoot, the pictures are sent over the Wi-Fi network (you’ll need some kind of router here, as the iPad can’t create an ad-hoc network) and appear on the screen. You can also set rules that trigger on-screen messages based on the photos’ metadata. For instance, if your auto-ISO creeps up to high, a warning will flash up.
All features are also available on iPhone and iPod Touch.
- Create a collection for each photoshoot.
- Lock private collections.
- E-mail full or cropped images directly from the browser.
- Large scale histograms (RGB,R,G,B).
- Get a visible and/or audible warning if shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focal length, and/or light level doesn't fit your predefined rules.
- Editing functionality is only enabled when you log in as Superuser, so you don't have to worry when sharing your iPad with crew and models.
- Custom username, password, and port for the built-in FTP server.