The Promote Control USB OTG Adapter allows using your proprietary camera cable to connect your Promote Control. This adapter is useful when your camera USB terminal is not a standard mini-B USB, such as on Nikon D5000, D5100, D5200 and D800. Connect the OTG Adapter to the Promote Control, and then use your proprietary camera USB cable to connect your camera via USB.
"The Promote Control is an essential tool for better HDR captures. I've only had mine for a week and I can't imagine capturing brackets without it ever again. It allows the most affordable Nikon and Canon DSLRs to outperform the AEB capabilities of even the highest end pro DSLRs. I've tonemapped over 10,000 commercial images derived from HDR files, so you'll have to take my word for it when I say the Promote Control ... is a real game changer."
Michael James - hdriblog.com
"I have been using my Promote for some time now and it's sooooo good, it's an unmissable part in my camera bag."
Wim, Belgium - wim360.eu
"Again though, I really have to say that I love the Promote. We have now purchased a few of them now and are currently part of a rig used on set. And personally speaking, for my own work, it's much more robust than anything manufacturers have available in their line ups in terms of bracketing and time-lapse."
Phil Holland - phfx.com
"I read about, tried it and am SOLD! The Promote Remote has helped my work flow by leaps and bounds. With it's easy use interface the Promote Remote is a must have for amateurs and pro's."
Nathan Enriquez - CEO, Get Your View.com LLC
"Promote Control is a cool tool. I can get greater efficiency by shooting a wider exposure range with fewer exposures. That saves disk space and processing time on the computer, and wear and tear on the camera. Promote Control also lets me shoot brackets that my camera otherwise can't, giving me greater control over my final output."
Carl Stone, realestatefotografix.com
"Overall, I could not recommend this product enough. If you are remotely serious (get it... get it? :) ) about HDR photography, then you owe it to yourself to at least consider the Promote Control."
Brian Matiash, brianmatiash.com