Supported model: R5
- Red gain
- Blue gain
You can plug it either:
- on RCP : mainly for testing or if the DSLR/RCP is not too far
- on RIO/NIO : for all other cases, allow you to control it remotely from anywhere over IP
You will need a USB cable USB-A (RCP/RIO/NIO) to USB-C (DSLR)
On the RCP, use any of the USB-A port on the back of the RCP (not the one on top, use the one next to RJ45). Then plug the USB-C side inside the DSLR.
On the RIO/NIO, use any of the USB-A port. Then plug the USB-C side inside the DSLR.
- Click on the
+in the camera block, a new panel will appear on the right
GeneralConfigure a Number and a Name
Canonfor the brand and
DSLRas the model.
Your settings should look like:
And your camera block:
Interface should show
SN:* meaning it will automatically connect to the first DSLR connected.