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Achim Berg
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Re: Feasibility Study - NDS USB Host & OCC
Reply #15 - 07/28/10 at 08:41:34
 
Luke Skaff wrote on 07/27/10 at 21:13:34:
Edit: Sorry if my post came off the wrong way. Have you been able to locate a USB micro-B male (usb host controller) to USB mini-B male (camera) cable or an adapter from USB micro-B male to standard USB A female to allow a standard cable to be used?


A standard cable can be used at all. At the moment i use at my prototype this small Adapter to convert the micro usb port. You can buy it at amazon for around 2

As an altenate cable this one can be used instead of my used adapter

-> http://www.1powershop.com/de/computer-networking/micro-male-to-mini-female-usb-c...

@martin
a all in one unit would be my thought too with this.


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Martin Clark
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Re: Feasibility Study - NDS USB Host & OCC
Reply #16 - 07/28/10 at 12:59:10
 
personally, I would give up the USB lock system

REASON: if you trip over your own camera and your gear, IT WILL STILL BE ATTACHED TO YOUR CAMERA AND IT WILL either damage the connection or put your camera on the floor and i dont want to be saying TIMBERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR alot. i have enough problems kicking my tripod on a 180 panorama


http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31ik%2BxDkX6L._SL500_AA280_.jpg

to

http://shop.rabtron.co.za/catalog/images/usb-female-to-female.jpg

to

http://gbennett.whsites.net/zencart/images/products/usbamb.jpg

therefor IF anything gets damaged its a standard part to replace
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Steve Chapman
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Re: Feasibility Study - NDS USB Host & OCC
Reply #17 - 07/29/10 at 00:50:49
 
I have a 3D printer (Objet Eden) that we could probably use to make housings as Luke suggests, though it would still cost some amount of money, and would not be ideal for repeated insertion and removal, because it is primarily a prototyping process.
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