RamperPro

Kessler Crane made a video about the Second Shooter / RamperPro combination

Kessler Crane just published a video that shows how to combine the RamperPro with their Second Shooter controller. We, from ElysiaVisuals.com, made a similar video. But we love the native speaker and explanations in this video!

Using Ramper Pro with Second Shooter from Kessler Crane on Vimeo.

The RamperPro now supports Sony A7x cameras

We are very happy to announce that the current firmware of the RamperPro supports Sony A7 (A7R, A7Rii, A7s) cameras. This is a beta feature, but we are having some impressing and stable results as you can see in this video:

RamperPro Sony A7r beta test from ElysiaVisuals on Vimeo.

The RamperPro can now work together with the Kessler Second Shooter controller

The RamperPro can now be connected to the Kessler Second Shooter controller via USB. That means that these two devices can now perfectly synchronize with each other. The RamperPro will control the camera. The Second Shooter controller will control your move. Here is how to set this all up:

Second Shooter RamperPro setup tutorial from ElysiaVisuals on Vimeo.

RamperPro firmware 3058 is available - Narvik Release

We are very happy to announce the latest major RamperPro firmware release  called Narvik. This firmware was tested and further developed way over the polar circle in Norway. We added support for Sony A7 cameras, Kessler Second Shooter motion control hardware, and the overall performance of the RamperPro was greatly enhanced.

RamperPro support for Sony Alpha A7S, A7R and A7Rii

The upcoming 3058 firmware for the RamperPro will support the fantastic Sony Alpha A7 series. How does it work? Sony made a strange decision with their current camera firmwares. The camera is not storing its' images to the internal SD card as soon as you connect these cameras to a PC/Mac/RamperPro.

Here is a sneak preview of the next RamperPro firmware

We are very close to the release of the next firmware release for our RamperPro time lapse controller. The RamperPro was already the most advanced controller available but the new firmware will push the limits even further. Here are two features that will be included too (besides the real new functionality that we will announce later).

RamperPro firmware 3054 is out - 24 Hour ramping is now supported

We are happy and excited to announce RamperPro firmware 3054. This firmware includes two new major features and further improved support to shoot with two cameras.

This makes the RamperPro the only hand held controller on the market that supports shooting sunrises and long day to night to day time lapse movies totally unattended. Just setup your camera and let it run automatically.

What's new:

The unique features of the RamperPro

The RamperPro has a few features that are unique from any other hand held time lapse controller. The RamperPro is the only controller that supports unattended sunrise shoots. Just start the RamperPro and let it do its' work. You don't have to fiddle with settings or exposure settings during your sunrise shoot. No more over exposed sunrise shoots! Another unique feature of the RamperPro is that it supports two cameras. These can even be two cameras from different brands.

The RamperPro now has a very easy way to setup unattended sunrise and sunset timelapse shoots

We continue to strive to offer the best time lapse controller on the market. The RamperPro is currently the only controller that offers unattended sunrises for example. The RamperPro is also the only controller that delivers flicker free output; there is no need to use any deflicker software to get perfect resutls out of your Canon, Nikon or Pansonic camera. Setting up your unattended shoot could be a bit difficult for some in the past. But those days are gone! We are now offering a completely new way to setup the RamperPro.

Joel Chat Reviewed the RamperPro

Here is a video review by Joel Chat about the RamperPro. He calls it "My new favorite day to night device".

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