3C enables you to remotely control and monitor the primary functions of your Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K from an Android device using Bluetooth LE.
Using 3C, you have access to the following camera functionality.
Focus & Zoom (with compatible lenses)
With 3C you can also store your own custom setting sets for exposure, focus and zoom parameters for later recall as well as automate transitions between stored focus points*.
For ease of use, 3C uses a single screen touch interface to control all of this functionality and avoid the need for you to have to activate any sub-menus to change settings.
3C has a scalable user interface to enable you to remove focus and zoom controls from the screen should you not require them and wish to run the app on a small screen Android device.
In addition, 3C can also be used as an interface hub to enable control of the camera from compatible Bluetooth gamepads.
To download the user guide for 3C please visit our website at www.cdatek.com
This user guide has now been updated to detail connection instructions for using the Tilta Nucleus Nano controller with 3C.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR NEW USERS
You MUST bond your Blackmagic Pocket4K camera to your device to use 3C. To do this you must have Location Services enabled.
The bonding process is described in full on PAGE 7 of the user guide available at www.cdatek.com
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR NUCLEUS NANO USERS
You must scan and select your Nucleus Nano controller on the setup page of 3C BEFORE you scan and select your Pocket4K camera.
The User Guide details this process and a demonstration of the setup procedure is also included in the release video for this functionality of 3C on our YouTube channel here
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR FOCUSING WITH NUCLEUS NANO
To take into account difference in lens performance, there is now an "S" button to provide user selectable level of focus smoothing (S1 to S5) for lens control using the Tilta Nucleus Nano.
For native lenses the recommended level is S1-S2 and for EF adapted lenses S2-S5 but some lenses may be used with S1 also.
As lens performance with adapters varies from lens to lens even from the same manufacturer, you can change the S level with each change of lens.