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'Re[2]: [PIC] Panasonic NV-GS27'
2007\07\19@085108 by Thilo Klein

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How can I make sure that the camcorder does have a working receiver ?

> Some Panasonics have LANC, which isn't hard to find details of
> on the web. Don't know about the NV-GS27 though. I've made a
> LANC encoder for a Sony camcorder, not difficult at all. Just a table
> and timing for pulse streams

I don't have the remote control. I only have the camera which consists
of a receiver. Read more exactly.

> Elektor had an article about IR code analyzer in 2001. It used a
> Philips 8051 based microcontroller and It would read most of the
> codes.

2007\07\19@091415 by Jinx

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> How can I make sure that the camcorder does have a working
> receiver ?

Take it to a shop that sells the NV-GS27 and ask to try a remote

2007\07\19@125431 by Chetan Bhargava

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> How can I make sure that the camcorder does have a working receiver ?


Did you check if your camera even has a remote control capability? :-)

Look here:  http://panasonic.com.au/products/specifications.cfm?objectID=3090

Remote Control                  No


> I don't have the remote control. I only have the camera which consists
> of a receiver. Read more exactly.


Building remote control functionality into the camera would be another
thread with [EE] tag :-)

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Chetan Bhargava
Web: http://www.bhargavaz.net
Blog: http://microz.blogspot.com

2007\07\19@191340 by Jinx

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> Did you check if your camera even has a remote control capability? :-)
>
> Look here:
http://panasonic.com.au/products/specifications.cfm?objectID=3090
>
> Remote Control  No

Hi Chetan, the Owner's Manual also says no remote

> > I don't have the remote control. I only have the camera which
> > consists of a receiver. Read more exactly

OK then, which 'receiver' are you talking about ?

> Building remote control functionality into the camera would be another
> thread with [EE] tag :-)

It's not as difficult as it sounds. I modified a VCR remote control
with FETs across the carbon keypads so it could be operated by
a PC's LPT1: (back in the days when you could actually get to
LPT1: on a PC). You could do the same with the buttons in the
camera, probably also carbon. Would just need an IR receiver
and a PIC decoder on the camera, make your protocol or use a
VCR remote. Has all the functions, maybe adapt keys for Zoom
etc

2007\07\19@222105 by Chetan Bhargava

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> It's not as difficult as it sounds. I modified a VCR remote control
> with FETs across the carbon keypads so it could be operated by
> a PC's LPT1: (back in the days when you could actually get to
> LPT1: on a PC). You could do the same with the buttons in the
> camera, probably also carbon. Would just need an IR receiver
> and a PIC decoder on the camera, make your protocol or use a
> VCR remote. Has all the functions, maybe adapt keys for Zoom
> etc

Use a 8pin PIC / AVR with RC5 decoder routines and buy a cheap
universal remote and program for a philips VCR. Atmel has a AVR
appnote on RC5 decoding.

-Chetan

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