It has been a while, glad to report that my server is back up! No data was lost, just a reminder to BACKUP! data you don’t want to loose.😂
Sometimes it’s hard to take people seriously. They tell you they will never change and boom as soon as they say it, things get awkward. Smh and fists to the air.
Oh and my new year’s resolution is to really value and be grateful for what I have. Read more.write more. Research more. Draw more. Take more pictures of stuff. I’ll be back later.
After watching a Jason Scott documentary/Keynote Speech about his time @WayBackMachine A.K.A Archive.org I decided to give it a look. I tried looking for easy GUI software that would allow to convert my floppys into img file but no go. I found a Command line software but i really wanted to have a GUI friendly version that everyone could use so I wrote a GUI for it in VB.Net.
You can find the Source Files over at GitHub:
Source: A Pi Powered Recording Studio
Ever wanted to make a custom circle pcb in EagleCad? Heres how… and pretty much any custom shape using SketchUp. Check out my Video. Hope you find it useful.
With the progress that I have made with the Sunpak AP-200W, I thought it would be nice to write software to control it. I currently have available the commands to tilt up/Down, Pan left/Right. Number of pictures and interval.
Well, here are some screenshots. of how it looks I will post video of it working with the Sunpak Pan/Tilt head. I will also publish all working Arduino files and vb.Net Project.
Yes! I have made progress. Now the Sunpak has a demo mode. completely autonomous. When it is plugged in it starts a Demo mode. Here is a Video I took. Sorry for bad quality i grabbed the first cam i saw and it was a little FujiFilm J10.
Awesome! Will come in handy…
Two years ago, I spoke with a film maker who told me about the problem of manual focusing with the video enabled Canon DSLRs. As the focusing sensor works only when the camera’s mirror is down, when in video mode, with the mirror up, the camera switches into manual focusing mode, via the lens focusing ring. Several solutions exist on the market, but they mainly use mechanical links to deport the focus ring to more accessible place on the camera rig.
Some electronic solutions exist, but they use the Camera’s USB input and the focusing speed is quite low.
I decided to dig into the communication protocol between the camera body and the lens.
Canon EFS lenses are connected to the body via a 7 pin connector. Three for the power supply and four for a standard SPI serial interface (including digital ground).
Then, I bought a lens extender to…
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I came across this little monitor, it had no cable no power adapter and no remote. After not being able to find the proper cable and info online, I decided it was time to open it up. Continue reading Xenarc 480-TSV Cable Pin Out