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The Radian App is Now Avaiable in Itunes App Store

Radian as Shipped
Radian as Shipped

I posted earlier today about the arrival of my Radian. Finally after a long day I got the chance to dig into the box. I received the following:

  • Black Radian
  • micro-USB cable for charging
  • Black L-Bracket
  • Cable for Canon (N3)
  • the t-shirt which I can only hope to wear someday
  • A nice mesh bag to carry the unit and accessories
  • programming cable
  • tiny bubble level
  • some rubber feet

My first impressions of the unit is that it seems to be solidly put together. The base feels solid, and is made of metal. The top portion is made of a plastic type material but feels good. it’s smooth, and doesn’t seem to flex under the gentle pressure of handling like with some products.. In other words – it doesn’t feel cheap. I followed the instructions, and used the micro-USB cable to charge off my computer, and am about to tear into the manual that came with the unit. I also got a Radian sticker with the unit, and a nice card from the Radian Team thanking the supporters for backing the product.

I’m eagerly awaiting the release of the Radian app in the App Store so I can begin to play. I checked on the manufacturer’s website, and their support section states the iOS app is awaiting approval. The Android app is already available.. The iOS app is now available. It must have went live as soon as I wrote this post.

Anybody else got a Radian?

The Radian Is In The House

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Also see my unboxing post with info about the iOS control app to go with the unit.

I am very excited about the arrival of my new Radian time lapse device.  For those of you that haven’t seen it you can check out their page on Kickstarter.  I helped to fund them last August and they were very diligent about keeping us updated about what was going on.  Unfortunately they had some production delays but I would rather have a viable product than something not ready for release.  I’ll be posting later this week some photos of what I received, and maybe even a sample time lapse video.  My first task will be to look into some time lapse software I can use in concert with Lightroom and photoshop.  I am extremely excited!