What's happening at the home of gentLED?
Mar 2013: 500 cameras now supported!
We are constantly adding new cameras to the list of over 500 controlable models,
both new cameras from the manufacturers as well as new ways too control existing cameras.
The list of 500 includes cameras, seperately we have lists of hundreds of Camcorders that can be controlled as well!
Camera Compatibility Database
Feb 2013: clickPAN-PRO
clickPAN-PRO is a configurable controller for kite and balloon photography.
4x 3pin connectors allow connection of a 5volt power supply,
a shutter trigger (which can be a micro servo, IR trigger or CHDK/SDM release), and two servos for pan and tilt.
The unit can be used configured with one rotary control for time between shots, and 8 switches to select pan angle, tilt sequence,
and shutter trigger mode.
Jan 2013: Fuji and Samsung additions...
The gentWIRE-FOCUS product,
can now control the range of Fuji and Samsung cameras with their proprietary connectors from a RC
Dec 2012: gentLED-triggerPLUS
Addition to our range of IR triggers with built-in batteries allowing
control of shutter AND video/movie mode of Canon and Sony cameras where supported.
Allows shutter and video/movie both to be controlled remotely from
a single switch.
Oct 2012: gentLED-lancPRO, -lancLED, and -lancAUDIO
Additions to our range of LANC controllers offer more features, feedback, and security
to remote photographers.
Camera status (including REC, low battery and low memory),br>
can be relayed over an unused audio downlink
to the operator.
Mar 2012: gentLED-shutterPLUS, shutter and video control
As well as Canon cameras with Liveview we now support
Sony NEX-5 and NEX-7 cameras, allowing control of stills
and movie mode from one RC channel.
With more manufacturers supported this product, formerly called gentLED-liveVIEW, is now called gentLED-shutterPLUS.
Change between STILLS and MOVIE whilst operating remotely!
Jan 2012: gentWIRE-HERO for GoPro cameras
A new device can control GoPro cameras with the heroBUS connector.
Depending on camera set-up both video and stills can be controlled from one RC channel or a logic signal.