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06-24-2015, 05:14 PM   #31
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nice to see. Glad to see this. I am looking forward to trying it out.
On my android I was able to connect for 2 shots before it wouldn't connect. My laptop connection is always stable and it looks like the view is pretty good part of the screen.

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obtained from a memory dump :-)

/v1/variables/camera
/v1/params/camera
/v1/props/camera
/v1/constants/camera
/v1/status/camera
/v1/variables/device
/v1/params/device
/v1/props/device
/v1/constants/device
/v1/status/device
/v1/ping
/v1/camera/shoot/finish
/v1/photos/<path>
/v1/liveview/zoom
/v1/photos/<path>/info
/v1/photos/latest/info
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/v1/status/lens
/v1/photos
/v1/props
/v1/constants
/v1/lens/focus
/v1/status
/v1/camera/shoot
/v1/camera/shoot/start
/v1/liveview
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QuoteOriginally posted by Adam Quote
That's probably why the Wi-Fi doesn't stay on unless you turn it on. Interesting findings with regard to the interface, though it would have been nice if they have provided a web gui for PC users just like the flucard.
A Web gui would have been nice, but the RESTful Web services (JSON) interface is much, much, much more useful to anyone wishing to write their own app. I was pretty jazzed when read the above.


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QuoteOriginally posted by wwortel Quote
/v1/variables/camera
/v1/params/camera
/v1/props/camera
/v1/constants/camera
/v1/status/camera
/v1/variables/device
/v1/params/device
/v1/props/device
/v1/constants/device
/v1/status/device
/v1/ping
/v1/camera/shoot/finish
/v1/photos/<path>
/v1/liveview/zoom
/v1/photos/<path>/info
/v1/photos/latest/info
/v1/changes
/v1/variables
/v1/apis
/v1/params
/v1/variables/lens
/v1/params/lens
/v1/props/lens
/v1/constants/lens
/v1/status/lens
/v1/photos
/v1/props
/v1/constants
/v1/lens/focus
/v1/status
/v1/camera/shoot
/v1/camera/shoot/start
/v1/liveview
/v1/variables/liveview
/v1/params/liveview
/v1/props/liveview
/v1/constants/liveview
/v1/status/liveview
Here's the list from /v1/apis, which seems to be the same but in order:
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/v1/photos/ath/info
/v1/photos/latest/info
/v1/photos
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/v1/props/camera
/v1/props/lens
/v1/props/liveview
/v1/props/device
/v1/variables
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/v1/variables/lens
/v1/variables/liveview
/v1/variables/device
/v1/status
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/v1/status/lens
/v1/status/liveview
/v1/status/device
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/v1/params/camera
/v1/params/lens
/v1/params/liveview
/v1/params/device
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/v1/constants/camera
/v1/constants/lens
/v1/constants/liveview
/v1/constants/device
/v1/ping
/v1/liveview
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/v1/params/device
/v1/camera/shoot
/v1/camera/shoot/start
/v1/camera/shoot/finish
/v1/lens/focus
/v1/liveview/zoom
/v1/changes
/v1/apis

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
A Web gui would have been nice, but the RESTful Web services (JSON) interface is much, much, much more useful to anyone wishing to write their own app. I was pretty jazzed when read the above.


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Yeah, full documentation of the API would have been amazing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Adam Quote
Yeah, full documentation of the API would have been amazing.
http://192.168.0.1/v1/apis .... I guess that Info helps enough... :-)
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Hi!

For all interrested people: I created a sourceforge Page for the program:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pentaxks2wifiremote/files

Again! This is fare away from stable or even "nice looking", but it is a begining.

Feel free to test it

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QuoteOriginally posted by czielke Quote
Hi!

For all interrested people: I created a sourceforge Page for the program:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pentaxks2wifiremote/files

Again! This is fare away from stable or even "nice looking", but it is a begining.

Feel free to test it

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Am running Linux. Putting something on SOURCEforge that only has executables will not allow those that opted out of Microsoft to enjoy it.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wwortel Quote
Am running Linux. Putting something on SOURCEforge that only has executables will not allow those that opted out of Microsoft to enjoy it.
Even if he posted the source code you'd compile yourself, are you running equivalent C# libraries to make use of it?
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Hi!
QuoteOriginally posted by wwortel Quote
Am running Linux. Putting something on SOURCEforge that only has executables will not allow those that opted out of Microsoft to enjoy it.
The source files are also there. It's written in pure C#. All source is available. No special Libarys are used.

You can use Mono at Linux and give it a try.

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I have tried it. It's great for the large image especially with laptop hooked up to tv. Slow response time. No AF? Hung up some. Camera setting control and live view were great. Trouble getting capture to computer half the time.
Still impressed and think it already has uses.
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Hi!
QuoteOriginally posted by swanlefitte Quote
I have tried it
Thanks for that!

QuoteOriginally posted by swanlefitte Quote
Slow response time
The transfer for a 20 Megapixel Image takes a while over wifi. Also the Preview Images and even the Thumbnails need time, if you have a lot of Images on your camera. I tried to download the Thumbnails in background in a seperate Thread - I guess thats the reason for
QuoteOriginally posted by swanlefitte Quote
Hung up some
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Trouble getting capture to computer half the time
This happens to me also. Most time this happens is when liveview is aktive (seperate Thread) or thumbnails were loading in the background. The "Shoot" button is right now always with AF on. If the camera gets no AF point it will not take a picture. That could also the reason for that.

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Hi

There is a new version out!

I would call this version "usable". There were several major bugs in the previous version. This one should be much more stable.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pentaxks2wifiremote/files

Give it a try

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first, how about a collective effort?
there are some nice tools out there, like https://apiary.io/
a shared project there could become the best api documentation.

and for second
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Hi!
The source files are also there. It's written in pure C#. All source is available. No special Libarys are used.
You can use Mono at Linux and give it a try.
czielke
i'm not too sure i'll find the time, but - as the program could be just a fancy gui for camera api,
could i (or anyone else, i can give some pointers to start) develop a browser-based version?
it could be an independent project, but i see no point in that, both versions could share interface design
and i would probably end up reading your source as an api documentation anyway.
with jquery it should be an easy job....

also, i might end up writing something for 'duino, not arduino, but for quite compatible pinguino by olimex,
it has somewhat cheaper wifi options and is more powerful and a bit more hackerish too.
i need to prove that it's quite possible to build functional grip for k-s2.
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QuoteOriginally posted by the_ul Quote
first, how about a collective effort?
there are some nice tools out there, like https://apiary.io/
a shared project there could become the best api documentation.
All Api information i used is from this thread. I guess it is not so much documentation nessesary. The summer finally arrived, here in Germany, and i probably will spend my time a little bit more outside my living room Even if it is a tool, that makes documentation easier, it takes time anyway.
QuoteOriginally posted by the_ul Quote
...develop a browser-based version?
I also thought about a browser based version, but i decided to use C#, because of the better debugging posibillities. Even the performance should be better in C#. If someone decide to do it, i will support that!
QuoteOriginally posted by the_ul Quote
i might end up writing something for 'duino, not arduino, but for quite compatible pinguino by olimex,
The main problems i had, was about the thumnail preview at the dir-tree and the liveview. I guess you will not need this in your grip. So it should be possible to write something in a reasonable amount of time. Once if you implemented the api, it should also possible, to write something for other tools too. Like a controller for timelaps with moving camera on rails with fade out at the end, or something...

For my needs this program is enough, at the moment, but like everytime: Software is never finished

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