SLR Booth Supported Cameras

SLR Booth for iOS is designed to work with Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras which support wifi connections. Cameras which support wifi include:


  • Rebel T6s, T6i
  • 80D, 70D
  • 6D
  • Models which support the W-E1 wifi adapter


  • D750
  • D7200
  • D5500, D5300
  • Models which support the WU-1a wifi adapter

SLR Booth for Android is designed to work with just about any modern Canon or Nikon DSLR which supports tethered Live-View.


  • Sl1
  • T6, T5, T3
  • T6s, T6i, T5i, T4i, T3i, T2i, T1i
  • XSi, XS
  • 80D, 70D, 60D, 50D, 40D
  • 7D Mark II, 7D
  • 6D
  • 5D Mark III, 5D Mark II
  • 1DX,
  • 1Ds Mark III, 1Ds Mark II
  • 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark II


  • D4S D4 D3X D3S
  • Df
  • D810 D800/D800E
  • D750 D700
  • D610 D600
  • D300S, D300
  • D7200 D7100 D7000
  • D90 D80
  • D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000
  • D3500 D3300 D3200

It has been directly tested with the following Cameras:

  • Canon 60D
  • Canon 80D
  • Canon Rebel XSi
  • Canon Rebel XS
  • Canon 6D
  • Canon Rebel T6s
  • Nikon D5000
  • Nikon D3200

The following cameras do not support tethered Live-View, and thus do not work with SLR Booth:

  • Early Nikon D3000 series (D3000, D3100)

5 Things to check before you start a photo booth session

5 Things to check on your camera before you start a photo booth session:

  • Picture format – Probably want RAW if you’ll be editing the files afterward, JPEG is fine if  you’ll be using the photos straight out of the camera.
  • Picture size – Full size images are best for large-format printing, but if you’ll only be sharing on social media then medium or small images will transfer much quicker, and still look fine on screen.
  • White Balance – Set to flash if using flash, otherwise, match to the ambient lighting conditions
  • Exposure Settings – Should be on full manual to have consistent exposure between shots
  • Memory Card – Make sure it’s loaded and formatted!