Manage Your Photo and Video Workflow With the New iPad Pro 9.7

Posted by: on Apr 19, 2016


The all-new iPad Pro 9.7-inch model from Apple is more capable, versatile, and portable than anything that’s come before. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro’s display (2048-by-1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch) uses the same color space as the digital cinema industry, and this wide color range gives the iPad Pro up to 25 percent greater color saturation than previous iPad models. Colors are vivid, true to life, and engaging – making the display the brightest and least reflective iPad from Apple.

Adding an iPad Pro 9.7 to your kit is made easy with the Digital Director. With this tool you can manage your entire photo and video workflow via an iPad. The Digital Director for iPad Air 2 is compatiable with the new iPad Pro 9.7.

Manfrotto Digital Director

The Digital Director is the only Apple Certified interface that helps the photographer to intuitively manage the entire photo and video workflow from the settings of your camera to the sharing of your pictures via an iPad. All of the key parameters of Canon and Nikon DSLRs can be monitored and dynamically modified by utilizing the Digital Director to control the exposure, ISO, shutter speed, aperture and more.


The photographer can also effectively, in real time, “live view” monitor on their iPad through an Apple certified cable connection. This ensures the best stability of the connection between devices. There is an interactive focus tool that can be used to choose the right focus point on the screen while the digital zoom allows the photographer to zoom into the focus area. After image capture (or photographing), the photographer can download the high resolution images directly onto their iPad and then check all of the image details and make modifications to the exposure, contrast, etc.

Click here to learn more about the Digital Director, and remember to purchase the iPad Air 2 version to use with your new iPad Pro 9.7!
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