How to update CameraMator to iUSBportCAMERA?

Brief History
HYPER (Sanho Corporation) was Usman Rashid (Wooblue Inc’s) technology and sales partner in the CameraMator project. HYPER’s involvement include manufacturing and distributing the CameraMator device, including fulfillment to Usman Rashid’s Kickstarter backers. After investing heavily to market CameraMator at CES 2013 and Macworld 2013, HYPER sold a substantial amount of units to the market. Seeing the initial success, Usman Rashid got greedy and wanted to renegotiate the distribution contract. When HYPER refused, Usman Rashid pulled the iOS app from the Apple App Store to retaliate and hold HYPER ransom, leaving all CameraMator customers in a lurch. HYPER tried to persuade Usman Rashid to relist the app to no avail so HYPER had no choice but to sue Usman Rashid and Wooblue Inc. With quick resolution unlikely, HYPER proceeded to develop their own iOS app and rebranded the product line to iUSBportCAMERA, named after the patent pending iUSBport technology, which made CameraMator possible in the first place.

HYPER will provide free technical support for all CameraMator units updated to iUSBportCAMERA software.

Please note that this update will disable the usage of CameraMator app and enable usage of iUSBportCAMERA app.

  1. Download the file "CAMERAMATOR.SEF" (at the end of this article) to the main directory of a USB flash drive
  2. Insert USB drive into the USB port of the CameraMator device
  3. Turn on CameraMator device
  4. Display will show “Update? V25 to V30″. Press power button once to confirm.
  5. Device takes about a minute to update firmware and will shutdown automatically when done.
  6. Download the latest iUSBportCAMERA iOS or Android app to your iPhone/iPad or Android device
  7. Turn on CameraMator device
  8. Connect your iPhone/iPad/Android device Wi-Fi to CameraMator device wireless network. If you are unsure of how to do this, refer to user manual
  9. Open the iUSBportCAMERA app and the app will automatically update the CameraMator device to the latest firmware
  10. Once firmware update is completed, the device will restart as iUSBportCAMERA.
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    Fableblue2010

    Thanks for the update.  Is it safe for mr to assume that those with the cameramator just have access to the basic controls in live mode (av, tv, iso, wb) and the ability to manually adjust the focus using "CameraControl"?  I am using a canon with an Android 4.2.1 tablet and these are the only things that i can control remotely. 

     

    Thanks

     

    Robert

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    Fableblue2010

    There is no edit button, this is why I am posting this again with changes.

    Thanks for the update.  Is it safe for me to assume that those with the cameramator just have access to the basic controls in live mode (av, tv, iso, wb) and NOT the ability to manually adjust the focus using "CameraControl" or anything else?  I am using a canon with an Android 4.2.1 tablet and these are the only things that i can control remotely. 

    Thanks

     

    Robert

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