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iPad/iPhone Hardware and iOS Requirements

iPad or iPhone

LumaBooth will run on any iPad or iPhone with iOS 11 or greater manufactured in 2017 or later (A7 processor or later). If your iPad or iPhone is newer than that, it will work. The following iPads are much older and are not supported: iPad (1st-4th generation), iPad Mini (1st generation), iPad Air 1. If using 360 or slow motion features, iPad 7 or great is recommended.

Supported iPhones are iPhone 13, 12, 11, SE, X, 8, 7, 6 and their various mini, Pro, and Max models. If you'll be using on a 360 spinner, we highly recommend models with an ulra-wide camera to get a full body shot. We recommend the iPhone 11,12 or 13 for this.

In 2022, the lowest supported iOS will be 13+.

Printing

LumaBooth has several printing options.

Cameras

LumaBooth can use the iPad's built-in front and rear cameras including telephoto, wide, and ultra-wide cameras. It cannot connect to DSLR cameras. If you need to use a DSLR camera, you can use our dslrBooth software for PC or Mac.

Sharing/Slideshow

You can also run a separate sharing station using our companion LumaShare app that can also play a slideshow to AppleTV, AirPlay, and HDMI.

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    Roxanne Salondaka

    Hi,

    can I use a DNP DS-RX1HS and WPS pro wireless printer server with LumaBooth 

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    Ralph KOENIG

    Bonsoir,

    puis je utiliser le wps wireless print server pro de chez dnp

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    Joseaalvarezs

    Excuse my ignorance, but could I connect a Mitsubishi D-90 with the wireless adapter on the printer? Also, if I want to connect directly to a printer, I need to use an app- the one you provide- connected to a regular printer, right?

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    Michael

    Jose, you would need to use LumaBooth Assistant.

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    Christopher Evans

    Will lumabooth work with Apples's new M1 chips? Looking to upgrade my iPad's but I wont upgrade unless your software works on the new M1 chips.

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    Michael

    Christopher, LumaBooth will work fine on iPads with the M1 chip.

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