Daniel recently said:
This might be a good alternative to a CamRanger at a cheaper price: https://alpinelaboratories.com/pages/pulse.
I've evaluated several apparent alternatives to the CamRanger. But what I find is the gear I've tried that is $80 and $125 is in my opinion junk. I think what it boils down to is that to create a good piece of hardware a good application and good support is around $300 (what the CamRanger costs). Anyone creating a product less than that has to make shortcuts some someplace.
By the way, I tried my CamRanger out with my iPad Pro (the 12.9" one) and it blew me away. It is an awesome combination. You don't need a screen that large but it sure is cool. I like it much better than using Lightroom on a tethered laptop!
What do you think has anyone tried a less expensive alternative to the CamRanger that they really like?