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The TP-Link TL-MR3040 is a very cheap (about 40 bucks) and small portable wireless hotspot with it's own 2000 mAh battery.
Linked is the guide on how to turn one into a Wi-Fi module for any Canon EOS camera, so you can connect DSLR Controller to your camera wirelessly.
Great Work! It's work with Fonera with firmware FON2303_18.104.22.168?
Its the "CamRanger" for Android!! Only 40 Bucks!! Great +Chainfire !!!
Nice work! So it was no fault to buy DSLR controller on the play store. :-) Chainfire, can you explain which software packages i need on an other openwrt router to support wifi streaming?
+Giuliano Di Cresce Unless thats a TP-Link TL-MR3040 running the firmware I provide on the DSLRController.com webpage, the answer is (obviously) no.
+Andreas Hoecker Pretty much :)
+Florian Franke There is no public package, install the firmware provided on DSLRController.com for the MR3040. Other OpenWRT devices are not currently supported.
That's bad because I have many Openwrt routers over here and i want to test it before I buy a new router. Can you say what's needed for setting up a streaming server?
+Florian Franke Repeating the same question using different words is not going to change the answer.
+1 for that answer. :-) So it's closed source? Will it ever become open source for the server side?
Wow nice! You should put up an Amazon affiliate link, since I would not buy this router if it wasn't for you. Glad I didn't pick up one of those Android sticks for this purpose, as this is half the price!
Well, I guess maybe the volume would not be that much to make it worth it, but in my mind this is what the affiliate/referral system is for.
+Chainfire hey CF, i was wondering if the following functionality could be added to DSLR controller or the gallery part of it. Currently images can only be transferred to the device when it is connected when thanking the pictures. I would love to see the functionality added where the gallery could connect and/or import images to the device AFTER the have been taken on the camera WITHOUT the device attached. Like this. Camera takes pics>attach device>start gallery>menu - import/transfer images from camera>select which and/or all images to transfer.
i wnat to download CF root for GS3. pl help
plisss help me to elemite the Knox on donwloading mode? plis i need.
You're in the dslr controller post. Not superuser. Wrong place for those questions
~~Don't shoot~~ Any ios client known to work with it ? ( cannot change to a android based tablet yet)
+Chainfire any chance you could take a look at my post from dec 1st to see i if it's doable?
+Wim Vandekerckhove just start DSLR Controller and press the play button, then press the cogwheel (options) button and select "transfer images".
great then :) just tried dslr controller on an old android, blew my mind, would be a competition killer on ios
+Chainfire I'll try that, but it would be nice to see it added to the dslr gallery. IMO controller is more to actually operate the camera and transferring images would be (more) suitable under the gallery portion aswell. Ya don't need to control the camera if you only want to transfer images. Unless that is not possible due to techinal reasons.
The gallery is specifically to view offline images... so thats what it does ;)
+Chainfire I get that. Would still be nice though. One could then transfer and view images from the same app part. Instead of having to launch the controller first, then go through settings and transfer them, and then having to quit the controller, launch the gallery and virus the images. Much simpler would be a"fix" to the gallery. Launch gallery, a simple menu appears. *view images and * transfer images. One could then transfer images and view them from the same app part. I know I may be a little persistent, but user friendly operation means a lot to me. But still, the final decision is yours.
hopefully i can use it in my TL-MR3020 someday :D
too bad the TL-MR3020 setup seems to be broken for many right now. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=48371002&postcount=3001
Too bad the TL-MR3040 seems broken, too, right now: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=48371002&postcount=3001
+D. Jansen There never was a TL-MR3020 setup. As for the TL-MR3040, it's an issue with the HTC firmware, not the router, it seems.
Worked perfectly and was the reason for me to buy your app. Thanks for the afford.
+Chainfire well I have similar problems with a nook hd+ and a nexus s. (Cm 10.1& 10.2). Unless the eos 100d doesn't work with the setup currently?
Do i gain anything by using this with the 70d instead of the on board wifi
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Also confirmed the problem on stock Samsung galaxy note 3
+D. Jansen Then your problem is not related to that HTC issue ...
OK. Do you have any hints for debugging? Maybe I have a new hardware revision of the router?
Ok the usb host cable works, too. Only the router doesn't... Any ideas?
Could it be that DSLR-C currently has problems with one shot focus in live view? Also, viewing images hangs loading the first image using the wifi router. Still, really great :)
Chainfire just got the TL mr3040, and within 5mins got it all up and working with DSLR Controller, must say it really pissed of a friend that spent £269 on Camranger too see it all up and running for less than £50 ;)
Now I know piratebox can also be installed on the TP Link MR3040 for file sharing and and mounting usb flash drive via the usb connector, i was wondering if you had thought about adding the ability to mount a USB drive on the router like piratebox allows so that the user can connect camera and small USB flash drive via a cable based USB hub. Then have for example DSLR controller running on a phone as the camera remote as per current setup. Jpg can then be saved to the USB drive so a tablet also connected to the WiFi network can run DSLR gallery to be used as a follow shot monitor. Also this would allow an assistant to aid the main photographer or to allow a client or model to see the shots as they are being taken. Hope that all makes sense?
Good work CF! Is it possible to install the dslr controller connection and piratebox on the same MR3040?
Got the MR3040 from Amazon today and after charging the battery, the firmware update and first flawless test was done all within 5 min. The range of the little mr3040 is great and there's even an antenna hack out for even greater range. Excellent job Chainfire and this makes your DSRL controller software even more valuable.
Thanks so much CF! Everything works great! You deserve a holiday.
just got one and it works fine
the open wrt used on this connect to internet? or it's personal for the server?
It does not work for me.
I followed the instructions to upload the DSLRController firmware. This operation completed without error. Though, when I scan the WiFi from the router, its SSID is "DDServerAP" and not "DSLRController" as stated in the installation guide.
The WiFi Connection as is, does work since I can connect my smartphone to the router and connect to the administration page.
The DSLR Controller app for Androïd (Galaxy S2) does not find the camera connected to the routeur (As recommended, the switch is set to 3G/4G). Though, it works ok with a direct connection and a
Could you please recommend further tests to diagnose this problem.
Than you for any possible assistance with this matter
+Christian Laheyne as I replied to your email, you are using the MR3040 firmware from the DSLR Dashboard app, while using the DSLR Controller app. The app and the firmware must match. Either flash DSLR Controller's firmware, or use the DSLR Dashboard app.