Re: USB over TCP/IP
- Am 08.04.2013 21:41, schrieb Jean-Marc Paratte:
> Another way could be an Arduino microcontroller, exception of theIn fact there are even more possibilities. Especially full remote
> storage function and full remote controlled operations of the camera.
> What is interresting with an Arduino is that you can control the remote
> shutter with a lot of sensors.
control via Android devices:
See: Android apps direct USB control
I think Luca is well aware of this, since he contributed to the wiki
- I was thinking about, but I need a very stable out of the box thing, and I'm not able to fiddle about with linux...:-)
Helmut Dersch wrote about a "LAN/WLAN Interface for Digital Cameras" in 2005:
How about that idea?
- THANK YOU TO EVERYBODY!!!:-)Yess, I was looking for:USB EXTENDER. It is an amplifier that boosts usb signal to usb port through RJ45 cable.This solution is expensive for usb2.0, less expensive for usb1.0. I'd use a cat6 cable. From 30-40 euros to 250-350.But it is clean and transparent.USB OVER IP is a microcontroller, like a small computer that takes usb signal and envelopes it under a TCP/IP protocol. It is only one element, the other element is a software, unwrapping things inside your PC. It is less clean and less transparent. Costs may vary, from 100 to 350 euros.I'm still thinking I'd better to throw in a pair of old laptops.But a won a cheap auction of a dlink usb-over tcp/ip to give it a try!;-)