Pentax k10d software updating
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This site is dedicated to research of firmware for existing Pentax DSLR cameras.
You can take pictures, change settings using the command line version, but you cannot read the status fields.
It's grown a lot since then, though, and now provides support for many Pentax K-series DSLRs.
(Only the *ist series, K100D, K100D Super, K110D, K-m / K2000 and 645D aren't supported by the program.) While it doesn't provide live view capability, since Pentax's own, now-discontinued tethering solution never offered this, it does allow for remote shooting including direct access to a broad selection of exposure controls.
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PK_Tether--the unofficial tethering solution for Pentax SLRs--has just been updated to a new version, we hear today.
Supported systems: Linux (x86, arm), Open BSD, Windows, and Android.
After you connect the camera to your PC with the USB cable, you can control the camera from the computer.There's also a new function to group shots in folders by capture date, and the debug options have been moved into the menu system, rather than having dedicated buttons in the PK_Tether interface.Remote control (tethering) software for Pentax DSLR cameras.DNG decoder supports reading one more white balance encoding method, some artefacts in the Drakroom preview image has been fixed.The new release also includes various bug-fixes, documentation and tooltips updates, and base support for following devices: For Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Linux Mint 18, and derivatives, the new release can be easily installed via the PPA repository. Launch terminal (Ctrl Alt T) and run the following command to add the PPA: Type in your password (no visual feedback) when it asks and hit enter. To upgrade from a previous, launch Software Updater (or Update Manager) and install the updates: Or simply run commands to install or upgrade the software: I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu 5 years ago and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.[Aug 7, 2009] Added special Blog page to reflect all progress of firmware research.