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Hanno Blankenstein
Hi,

One for the list. 
Here is a summary.txt and config.txt for the DMC-SZ9. Not too many options unfortunately for any Panasonic as I notice. 
I would love to have the ability to have live view of the Panasonic cameras enabled.

I am curious, how is the integration of Panasonic cameras/camcorders progressing, if at all? I also have a camcorder HC-V520 / V520M and would love to use the live preview and --capture-video option with gphoto2. Is there any option to achieve this with gphoto2 or other packages? 

Thanks
Hanno

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Re: Panasonic DMC-SZ9

Marcus Meissner-4
Hi Hanno,

The Panasonics we so far encountered do not support remote control / live view
over USB. This is a choice by Panasonic in their firmware.

It looks like this one is not different.

Ciao, Marcus
On Wed, Jan 04, 2017 at 01:59:46AM +0000, Hanno Blankenstein wrote:

> Hi,
>
> One for the list.
> Here is a summary.txt and config.txt for the DMC-SZ9. Not too many options
> unfortunately for any Panasonic as I notice.
> I would love to have the ability to have live view of the Panasonic cameras
> enabled.
>
> I am curious, how is the integration of Panasonic cameras/camcorders
> progressing, if at all? I also have a camcorder HC-V520 / V520M and would
> love to use the live preview and --capture-video option with gphoto2. Is
> there any option to achieve this with gphoto2 or other packages?
>
> Thanks
> Hanno

> /main/actions/opcode
> Label: PTP Opcode
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 0x1001,0xparam1,0xparam2
> /main/status/serialnumber
> Label: Serial Number
> Type: TEXT
> Current: None
> /main/status/manufacturer
> Label: Camera Manufacturer
> Type: TEXT
> Current: Panasonic
> /main/status/cameramodel
> Label: Camera Model
> Type: TEXT
> Current: DMC-SZ9
> /main/status/deviceversion
> Label: Device Version
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 1.0
> /main/status/vendorextension
> Label: Vendor Extension
> Type: TEXT
> Current: None
> /main/status/batterylevel
> Label: Battery Level
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 100%
> /main/other/d406
> Label: Session Initiator Info
> Type: TEXT
> Current: Windows/6.2.9200 MTPClassDriver/6.2.9200.16384
> /main/other/d407
> Label: Perceived Device Type
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 1
> /main/other/5001
> Label: Battery Level
> Type: RANGE
> Current: 100
> Bottom: 0
> Top: 100
> Step: 10

> Camera summary:
> Manufacturer: Panasonic
> Model: DMC-SZ9
>   Version: 1.0
> Vendor Extension ID: 0x6 (1.0)
>
> Capture Formats:
> Display Formats: Association/Directory, DPOF, Apple Quicktime, JPEG
> Supported MTP Object Properties:
> Association/Directory/3001: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc05/AssociationType dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name
> DPOF/3006: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name
> Apple Quicktime/300d: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name dc87/Width dc88/Height dc89/Duration de93/SampleRate de94/NumberOfChannels de97/ScanDepth de9a/AudioBitRate de9b/VideoFourCCCodec de9c/VideoBitRate
> JPEG/3801: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name dc87/Width dc88/Height dcd3/ImageBitDepth
>
> Device Capabilities:
> File Download, File Deletion, No File Upload
> No Image Capture, No Open Capture, No vendor specific capture
>
> Storage Devices Summary:
> store_00010001:
> StorageDescription: None
> VolumeLabel: None
> Storage Type: Removable RAM (memory card)
> Filesystemtype: Digital Camera Layout (DCIM)
> Access Capability: Read-Write
> Maximum Capability: 31902400512 (30424 MB)
> Free Space (Bytes): 31839846400 (30364 MB)
> Free Space (Images): 0
>
> Device Property Summary:
> Session Initiator Info(0xd406):(readwrite) (type=0xffff) 'Windows/6.2.9200 MTPClassDriver/6.2.9200.16384'
> Perceived Device Type(0xd407):(read only) (type=0x6) 1
> Battery Level(0x5001):(read only) (type=0x2) Range [0 - 100, step 10] value: 100% (100)
>

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Re: Panasonic DMC-SZ9

Fazekas László
Hello Hanno,

For the camcorder, if it has a live hdmi output, you can use a BMD card
(Intensity) to capture the video into the computer with hdmi. The driver
provides a custom c++ API if you want to use it from a program (under
Windows/OSX/Linux). This solution is very fast, it was designed to
capture uncompressed video in real time. Also, usually it provides even
better video quality than the compressed file format of the camera.

Fazek


2017-01-05 15:55 keltezéssel, Marcus Meissner írta:

> Hi Hanno,
>
> The Panasonics we so far encountered do not support remote control / live view
> over USB. This is a choice by Panasonic in their firmware.
>
> It looks like this one is not different.
>
> Ciao, Marcus
> On Wed, Jan 04, 2017 at 01:59:46AM +0000, Hanno Blankenstein wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> One for the list.
>> Here is a summary.txt and config.txt for the DMC-SZ9. Not too many options
>> unfortunately for any Panasonic as I notice.
>> I would love to have the ability to have live view of the Panasonic cameras
>> enabled.
>>
>> I am curious, how is the integration of Panasonic cameras/camcorders
>> progressing, if at all? I also have a camcorder HC-V520 / V520M and would
>> love to use the live preview and --capture-video option with gphoto2. Is
>> there any option to achieve this with gphoto2 or other packages?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Hanno
>> /main/actions/opcode
>> Label: PTP Opcode
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: 0x1001,0xparam1,0xparam2
>> /main/status/serialnumber
>> Label: Serial Number
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: None
>> /main/status/manufacturer
>> Label: Camera Manufacturer
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: Panasonic
>> /main/status/cameramodel
>> Label: Camera Model
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: DMC-SZ9
>> /main/status/deviceversion
>> Label: Device Version
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: 1.0
>> /main/status/vendorextension
>> Label: Vendor Extension
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: None
>> /main/status/batterylevel
>> Label: Battery Level
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: 100%
>> /main/other/d406
>> Label: Session Initiator Info
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: Windows/6.2.9200 MTPClassDriver/6.2.9200.16384
>> /main/other/d407
>> Label: Perceived Device Type
>> Type: TEXT
>> Current: 1
>> /main/other/5001
>> Label: Battery Level
>> Type: RANGE
>> Current: 100
>> Bottom: 0
>> Top: 100
>> Step: 10
>> Camera summary:
>> Manufacturer: Panasonic
>> Model: DMC-SZ9
>>    Version: 1.0
>> Vendor Extension ID: 0x6 (1.0)
>>
>> Capture Formats:
>> Display Formats: Association/Directory, DPOF, Apple Quicktime, JPEG
>> Supported MTP Object Properties:
>> Association/Directory/3001: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc05/AssociationType dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name
>> DPOF/3006: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name
>> Apple Quicktime/300d: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name dc87/Width dc88/Height dc89/Duration de93/SampleRate de94/NumberOfChannels de97/ScanDepth de9a/AudioBitRate de9b/VideoFourCCCodec de9c/VideoBitRate
>> JPEG/3801: dc01/StorageID dc02/ObjectFormat dc03/ProtectionStatus dc04/ObjectSize dc07/ObjectFileName dc0b/ParentObject dc41/PersistantUniqueObjectIdentifier dc44/Name dc87/Width dc88/Height dcd3/ImageBitDepth
>>
>> Device Capabilities:
>> File Download, File Deletion, No File Upload
>> No Image Capture, No Open Capture, No vendor specific capture
>>
>> Storage Devices Summary:
>> store_00010001:
>> StorageDescription: None
>> VolumeLabel: None
>> Storage Type: Removable RAM (memory card)
>> Filesystemtype: Digital Camera Layout (DCIM)
>> Access Capability: Read-Write
>> Maximum Capability: 31902400512 (30424 MB)
>> Free Space (Bytes): 31839846400 (30364 MB)
>> Free Space (Images): 0
>>
>> Device Property Summary:
>> Session Initiator Info(0xd406):(readwrite) (type=0xffff) 'Windows/6.2.9200 MTPClassDriver/6.2.9200.16384'
>> Perceived Device Type(0xd407):(read only) (type=0x6) 1
>> Battery Level(0x5001):(read only) (type=0x2) Range [0 - 100, step 10] value: 100% (100)
>>
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