CameraLeash is a pygtk program which allows you to control your DSLR
camera using the gphoto2 library. It is built for the OpenPandora and
therefore optimised to run on small-screen devices with low resources.
CameraLeash has a bunch of nifty features:
- Live video preview. Autofocus
- Image capture and image sequence capture. Downloads both raw and jpg if capturing in that mode.
- Browse and download files on device
- Ability to detect camera settings and configure display
to only show relevant settings.
- Auto-Update System
- (coming soon) scripting support, enabling complex
- Thanks to Jim Easterbrook for his python-gphoto2 library. Thanks in particular to Jim for following up very quickly for me and fixing a couple of issues.
- Thanks to Ptitseb on the openpandora forums, for packaging gphoto2 and the relevant python libraries for the pandora for me. I use a version of gphoto2 and the python bindings provided by ptitseb in my OpenPandora release.
The latest version of CameraLeash is 0.043.
Download the release.
Or, get it from repo.openpandora.org.
Or, Download the PND for OpenPandora directly.
Or, Clone the git repo for the source.
- Fix for actual cause of pandora preview bug
(font file missing, duh).
- Many fixes to build and auto-updater systems.
- This should be pretty close to a release version,
release likely to be 0.4x. Moar testing.
- Minor fixes/tweaks for release on repo.openpandora.org
v0.03 - v0.32: RC1
- Workaround pandora preview bug (can't draw text)
- Testing, work on build/update system.
v0.01-0.02: Initial pre-release development versions.
- Basic camera control working (tested with Nikon D3200,
should work with most cameras, looking for feedback
- Automatic update and build/release system.