The interface is extremely simple.
Use the controls on the top part of the App screen to set the pose of your camera. Press and hold on any of the keypose buttons to record that pose. Use the same button to recall that pose. It’s that simple. Press 2 keyposes to put the system in loop between both keyposes.
You can adjust the speed and acceleration of the transition between keyposes. Or, you can easily create time-lapse videos by using the same keyposes.
Taking this out of the box, it was larger than I anticipated. Nonetheless, it worked really well. Pairing with the edelkrone app (on Android) was straightforward and I was up and running in no time. My only complaint would be that when set to move at maximum speed, the whir of the motor becomes very obvious. Not really a deal-breaker if using doing audio in post-production, but it's worth noting. Bottmom line, I like my edelkrone products (I bought the SliderPLUS Long with this).
thank you for good product and good service
Honestly not a huge difference from the first version. Setting it up is cumbersome and not all the easy to use.
I love that the power port is now on the side instead of the bottom. And the power button is a much needed addition. I do not regret the purchase