So on my SII the Media Scanner runs and I can see the content of a USBstick.
With the Note, no such luck, despite being on Ice Cream Sandwich. Looks like I'll have to roll back to Gingerbread.
But thanks for your help.
By all accounts, this should be working...
I found a chinese tablet (MID) running 2.3.1, not rooted, BUT it has a built-in OTG via full size USB port and it appears to be functional.
-use a mouse
-attach a CF reader and it mounts the card
-attach a USB thumb drive and it mounts
I can copy files, watch movies, etc... from the mounted devs,
but when I attach my Canon 7D, nothing happens. DSLR Controller doesn't pop up and when I run it manually, it says it cannot find any compatible device. My 7D firmware is 1.21, a bit old, but I didn't see any firmware notes that address a USB issue. Of course, when I plug my 7D into my PC, it recognizes the camera.
I am so close I can taste the HDR...
@Chainfire: great updates, great new functions! I love the focus pull ... as long as you use an external mic which is of course not your problem . I only use prime lenses and they focus quite a few times back and forth with no loss of the stored positions. The only still remaining problem is that darn cable length. I still don't understand why just this connection to the camera is so 'picky' about the USB cable.
Anyway, one little reminder if you don't mind : remember what I suggested a few weeks ago regarding the positioning of the focus rectangle? I still find it extremly annoying, that the rectangle is 'jumping' towards & exactly under the finger for moving it. Just leave it where it is and move it relative to the finger movement, no matter where the finger is. That way the finger wouldn't always block the view onto the focuspoint you want to set.
Apart from that, I love the app! End of April I'll finally test it in real life. I'm going to stay a while in Ireland to shoot musicians and I plan to also film a few gigs. It seems that DSLR-Controller will come very handy. The Note on the camera (I built me a holder for the hotshoe) and a BT-mouse and I should be set. I'll report when I'm back. I have a hard time to test something in 'synthetic' environments - there's nothing like the real life to test usability .
I doubt it, to be honest. This is a level of information and control the camera does not really provide. The non-Canon hardware is more than likely reverse-engineered and doesn't do something the Canon hardware does do (same thing with non-Canon lenses - if you've ever wondered why they don't AF as well as Canon's lenses).
It is unfortunate, but I don't think I can do anything about it. And if I could, first I would have buy both Canon and non-Canon flashes to test it. And while they are on my shopping list - it's not very high on said list.
Chainfire, the timelapse feature crashed the app tonight with my 5D II. When I clicked on the settings button and select the timelpase feature the timelapse setting screen appeared but crashed instantly.
HDR worked fine for me.
Edit: was using it with Asus Prime.
Update: Working fine now. Not sure what the problem was.
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