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smuldal wrote:Another important consideration is the focus range of the adjustable lens (particularly for those of us who are interested in wildlife photography of quite small animals). What is its closest and furthest focus distance?
(That brings me to another point - I've read elsewhere that these LEDs give best lighting in the range 3-5 metres, so they may not be suitable for close focus. If only there was a market for a lower-powered LED boards, I'd buy them!)
Bright Pi plugs directly into the I2C interface on the Raspberry Pi, and is completely controllable via the command line, using Python and lots of other programming languages as well. The brightness of the LEDs is fully controllable using the onboard LED driver chip.
smuldal wrote:Thanks for your suggestion. As the BrightPi may not be powerful enough, would the illumipi (https://goo.gl/WngvdM) be controllable in the same way?
As for PWM, I'm not familiar with this - might there be problems with pulses not syncing with the camera exposure?
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