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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    of course...

    Is that the bottom of the camera or are we looking at a little module for the bottom? The perspective is messing with me I think lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Parkin View Post
    Does anyone know which Hydrogen phones will be eligible for the discount? I've seen talk of cut off dates from Jarred but nothing concrete. Seems buying a second hand one for a few hundred dollars to save $1000 is a no brainer, and you get the phone!
    Check out the Hydrogen thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Harper View Post
    Is that the bottom of the camera or are we looking at a little module for the bottom? The perspective is messing with me I think lol.
    ha ha yeah it's weird I actually took that photo hanging upside down.

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    ha ha yeah it's weird I actually took that photo hanging upside down.

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.

    Sweet :)
    Was about to point out that the ports don't match those of the schematics, so it's gotta be an expansion of sorts.
    Sounds like you've got a lot of functionality built-in with possibilities for expansion!
    Liking this even more every minute!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    ha ha yeah it's weird I actually took that photo hanging upside down.

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.
    Lol. Awesome! That's a separate purchase, yeah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.
    Yeah - I played around with a model I made from the sketch you published and active baseplates are clearly the best way to add I/O and keep the form factor lean and mean - especially given that the height from lens center to the bottom of the camera is ... extremely short.

    One can even make "TB-50 Sandwich" baseplate - as that form factor of that battery works very interestingly under the camera :)
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    Awesome thanks for creating the ability to have a control port!

    Next dream request- A Red focus system similar to rt motion latitude sidekick, but build it all into a baseplate? Complete with wireless thumb wheels and zoomrocker? Ability to plug in ultra light weight motors or control via autofocus motors in ef and rf lenses?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    ha ha yeah it's weird I actually took that photo hanging upside down.

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    ha ha yeah it's weird I actually took that photo hanging upside down.

    Anyways, its an active baseplate. Put it on if you need it, take it off if you don't. Hooks up to the EXT port.
    Good. But is it too much to ask if you guys could accommodate an internal receptacle at the bottom of the camera and a male raised connector on the module? If you could do this, it would eliminate cable runs to the camera making it truly a streamlined piece of engineering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Abeynayake View Post
    Good. But is it too much to ask if you guys could accommodate an internal receptacle at the bottom of the camera and a male raised connector on the module? If you could do this, it would eliminate cable runs to the camera making it truly a streamlined piece of engineering.
    They've released technical drawings already, unfortunately too late at this point to make major changes like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Abeynayake View Post
    Good. But is it too much to ask if you guys could accommodate an internal receptacle at the bottom of the camera and a male raised connector on the module? If you could do this, it would eliminate cable runs to the camera making it truly a streamlined piece of engineering.
    Too much to ask. Zero room left for anything internal like that. Majority of time for most users this camera will be used without any of this... so not worth growing the entire body for.
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