Technology Corner

Minor RamperPro update released. Version 3070

 We have just released firmware 3070 for all RamperPro models. This firmware contains a few bug fixes and preliminary support for the Nikon D5

Change log

  • Added support for the Nikon D5.
  • Fixed USB triggering for Nikon.
  • Enhanced the easy setup mode. ISO ramping is automatically setup in all possible situations.
  • Show a detailed message when the user has setup the RamperPro manually in expert mode and when ISO ramping values are not entered correct. We don't recommend to use expert mode; this is only for experienced users.
  • Trigger two motion control devices via ext1 and ext2 even when only one camera is connected. This makes it possible to use a slider with its' own controller and a pan/tilt head with its own controller. These two devices are now triggered at the same time by the RamperPro after an image is taken.
  • Fixed a bug where the unit could crash when USB triggering was used and when USB connection with the camera was lost. This can happen when the cameras' battery is empty for example. Enhancement of the sunrise performance.

Minor RamperPro update released. Version 3069

We have just released firmware 3069 for all RamperPro models. This firmware adds support for some newer Canon cameras.

Change log

  • Added support for the Canon 1DX Mark II
  • Added support for the Canon 5D Mark IV
  • Fixed an issue where images were not shot in USB trigger mode when the trigger cable was also connected
  • Provide better feedback when the camera cannot be triggered to take a picture
  • Fixed several bugs

RamperPro firmware 3068 is available - Pyla Release

We are happy to announce the Pyla release of the RamperPro firmware. This release is the next evolution of the RamperPro firmware, it extends a lot of RamperPro first features like automatic XMP file creation to create flicker free timelapse movies, automatic brightness control and a super easy way to setup your sunset and sunrise timelapse shoot.

What was added in this new firmware:

Minor RamperPro update released. Version 3062

RamperPro firmware 3062 has been released. You can now setup the WIFi name of your RamperPro and a few issues are solved. What is included:

Introducing the RamperPro3 - WiFi/Bluetooth - App support

The ElysiaVisuals team is happy and proud to announce the next evolution of the RamperPro, the RamperPro3. The best time lapse controller just got better. We have added WiFi and Bluetooth support. This makes it possible to use the App functionality without the need to use an additional WiFi Dongle.

App support for the RamperPro

The RamperPro will get App support at the end of May. The next firmware update will make it possible for you to watch the progress of your shoot on your smart phone, tablet of laptop. You can setup the RamperPro in the field and watch your images from your warm car. No need to checkout the RamperPros' touch screen when you use this new feature. The data will be made available via WiFi. Just add a very cheap USB WiFi dongle to your RamperPro and you are fully set. This also makes it possible to review your images on a much larger screen at full resolution.

How to create a Sony SD card for the RamperPro on Windows

How to greate a (micro)SD card for the RamperPro that supports a Sony A7 camera on Windows:

RamperPro2 announcement

We have replaced the RamperPro2 by the RamperPro3. The RamperPro3 offers the same greate performance, but we have added WiFi and Bluetooth. Click here to find out more about the RamperPro3.

We are very proud to announce the second iteration of the most professional time lapse controller on the market: the RamperPro2. The RamperPro is being used by many professionals and broadcast companies all over the world. The new RamperPro2 will push the boundaries even further.

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.

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