Freefly API, Bush Pilot, Arduino...

Discussion in 'MōVI Pro' started by Graham Futerfas, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. Graham Futerfas

    Graham Futerfas Well-Known Member

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    Saw this video from last Thursday. I guess my question is, does this fit more in the Geek or Nerd category? I always get them confused. :)



    I had to go look up Arduino. Fascinating stuff.
     
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  2. Mark Hoffman

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    Looking forward to the bush pilot a much needed accessory.
     
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  3. sebastian navarro

    sebastian navarro New Member

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    Hi! I found the bush pilot a great integration to the movi pro ecosystem. The only thing that I would love to have is some sore of lens database so you could recall and see the lens mark position on the mimic screen once is calibrated. I don't see any other problem to this design. Wondering if you could implement that somehow. It would be great to have this unit to do focus and iris using a single wheel.Imagine if you could see the lens marks reflected on the mimic´s screen when you toggle form focus to iris. Many thanks. Sebastian
     
  4. Bryan Edmonds

    Bryan Edmonds Chief Mōvi Whisperer

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    Good idea!

    https://goo.gl/ZjXaFa
     
  5. Andy Johnson-Laird

    Andy Johnson-Laird Administrator
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    I've been working with Arduinos for the last couple of years (also wth Raspberry Pi's) so I'm impressed that Freefly selected the Arduino Mega 2560 as one of the platforms.

    Andy

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