Sony just released an updated Smart Remote Control for its WiFi-enabled NEX cameras (5R, 5T & 6) today, and it's overcome many of the shortcomings that made the previous version a fairly useless app. From Sony's web site: Ver. 2.00 (Sep. 26, 2013) Added the following setting capabilities and made the app more useful for macro and portrait shooting. •Added touch AF capability from smartphones and tablets for more intuitive operation. •Able to change values for EV compensation as well as for the aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and white balance. Perfect for people who are particular about their shots. •Supports MF Assist,*1 a useful function when focusing manually. The larger monitor on a tablet or smartphone makes it easier to fine-tune the focus than on the camera’s monitor, which is a great help for macro and portrait shots. • You can check the focus of your shot immediately on your smartphone or tablet by magnifying the recorded image. *1. This function provides two-level magnification of part of the frame for detailed focusing on the monitor screen. When in Manual Focus mode, the display switches between magnification levels as the focus ring is turned. The biggest news for us NEX-6 users is the addition of touch focus. But the fact that we can now shoot raw images triggered from a phone or tablet is plenty awesome too. And being able to touch focus and then fine tune it manually on a screen the size of an iPad is an experience altogether new for me. The ability to change EV, ISO, WB and aperture is just icing on the cake. Suddenly WiFi has gone from nice-to-have to a must-have feature. And now that Sony has opened up its API to outside developers makes me think that we'll soon be seeing many innovative uses for WiFi-connected devices. But this first (overdue) step is a pretty big one, I think.