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    Sbus remote with a teensy board?

    Hey guys, first off I've just begun research into my project and have never worked with anything like this before.

    My goal is to make a small sbus remote control for the black magic micro cinema camera and while I know this has been done before and there are products avaliable for purchase, I'd really like to make one with only what I need.

    My configuration is to make a small box with 8 small buttons on the side panel and 1 record button.

    V Iris ∆ D rec
    V WB ∆
    V ISO ∆
    V ANG ∆

    Something like this where one button shifts the value up and one button shifts it down.

    I have here something that a user from BMCUSER created but i don't have a clue how it works. https://github.com/boldstelvis/BMC_SBUS

    Also here is the layout to the cameras expansion port.
    https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/au/...mera/expansion

    So my questions are what board I'd need to use, what supplies I'd need to make this happen and where can I find a simple guide or something to follow in order to learn enough to achieve this?

    Thank you.

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    This SBUS library is written for Teensy devices:
    https://github.com/bolderflight/SBUS

    I'm not sure how the camera uses SBUS; the library was designed for use with SBUS capable RC receivers and servos.

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