I updated the applications to control the Photo Booth LED Ring. A new light effect was added to the controller. The setup of the service has been improved. To be able to use the new light effect both the service and the controller firmware have to be updated.
I designed a new version of the RF-603 based buzzer. The housing now looks exactly like the one of the Bluetooth BLE based buzzer. The flat design is more stable and looks pretty good. It contains an RF-603 transceiver that is powered by two AAA batteries. Both channel selector and main switch are accessible through the housing bottom.
It’s hard to find an Olympus VA-1 angle finder. Therefore, I did some research to find an alternative. The Seagull universal angle finder hits the bill. It is available, reasonable priced and it got a mount for adaptors. In addition to the large number of adapters that are already shipped with the angle finder, I developped three more.
I gave the LED Ring Controller application a face-lift. It now supports both dslrBooth and Breeze. Configuration has been streamlined. To ease the installation I wrapped teh application in a setup image.
The eyepiece adapter for the OM-D E-M1 and E-M1 ii was a big success. I therefore designed another adapter for the OM-D E-M5 ii and E-M10 iii. Today, I ran a successful test, so the new adapter is made available through my webshop.
Wearer or eyeglasses know what I’m talking about. The standard eyecup doesn’t shield stray light good enough. Hoodman developed an eyecup that is huge enough to shield the eye even when wearing glasses. Unfortunately, it is available for Nikon and Canon cameras only. I therefore designed an adapter to allow using the Canon 22mm version with the OM-D E-M1 and E-M1ii.