- Dec 15, 2009
There's a remote controller based on a hacked nintendo ds out there on the net. I'm using iPhone at the moment, but you should easily find it with Google.
Just looking now, and it appears it only allows you to fire the shutter.There's a remote controller based on a hacked nintendo ds out there on the net. I'm using iPhone at the moment, but you should easily find it with Google.
CPC/Farnell have them... I suggest this one as the right-angle jacks present less mechanical risk to the body. There are others though, take your pick.That was going to be my next project - play around with microprocessor and remote triggering haha, still haven't gotten round to find 2.5" 4-pole jack to plug into my GF-1 though
AFAIK, this is NOT possible. The required usb 'command' mode is NOT activated and/or implemented into the cameras firmware. And (at least from Olympus) this is purely marketing, as Olys' DSLRs can be remote-controlled by a usb command tether (and as we all know, Olys' :43: cameras are almost an e-620 shoehorned into a flat body). Just another devious way of splitting your user base between different consumer markets.Bringing this topic back from the graveyard ... anyone found any new solutions for tethered shooting and m43 cameras?