that's the same I guess ?
Spyboy/Kirk made pole pano's with it:
page 1 bottom and more at page 2
On pole and outdoors the NNP isn't an issue that much.
fma38 wrote:Papywizard does not make the closed loop regulation; it is the embedded electronic which does that.
Papywizard just ask it to go the yaw=xx.x°, ot pitch=xx.x°.
So, I don't think this robot is a good choice for panoramic photo.
mediavets wrote:I'm 100% convinced that the Automate control software is not an implementaion of the Papywizard software.
There seems to be some uncertainty about the weight of the MP-101b motorized auto pan & tilt head. In the material you link to in one place it quotes the weight as 2.5lb (1.13Kg) in another 800g.
No camera would be close to the correct NPP on the MP-101b.
The MP-101b offers a very limited range of vertical rotation - just +/- 15 degrees.
The MP-101b head appears to offer no form of camera control - eg. shutter triggering.
I'm not sure what it is you hope to do? Do you hope to use The Papywizard software to control your standard MP-101b head?
If the Automate head syetem - which appears to be based around a heavily modified MP-101b head - best meets your needs why not buy that?
21st Hermit wrote:mediavets wrote:]If the Automate head system - which appears to be based around a heavily modified MP-101b head - best meets your needs why not buy that?
- As I mentioned, I already own the video robot.
- $600 for the AutoMate w/o the computer, but I'd need one anyway for the TeleTrak.
- Much hinged on the 99% certainty that it used Papywizard.
Bottom line, I'm still coming up to speed on all this. Didn't even know TeleTrak and Papywizard existed before yesterday. The coincidence of Win CE, bluetooth, robot software had me sure the AutoMate was a derivative of Papywizard. That's why I posted. Are you always so rough on newbies? I thought I started with a friendly hello, no reciprocation?
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