Updating Motion's Firmware
As we update the Rhino Motion firmware with fixes and improvements to the Motion experience, the new firmware updates can be downloaded here.
Latest firmware version: v2.00
Fixed some problems with the smoothness of create a move and simple time-lapse moves.
Made a lot of slight code optimizations to make EVO more accurate.
Slight power optimizations in some modes.
Added fast shutter speeds (less than 1 second) to advanced time-lapse.
Fixed some small graphics rendering problems.
Addressed some battery indication and charging problems.
Corrected a slight error in calculating maximum battery percentage.
Corrected an error that caused crashes on some units during moves.
Added ARC compatibility.
Max playback for advanced timelapses is now 2 minutes.
Bug fix relating to power supply.
Added a new time lapse menu called "Classic", Advanced Time-Lapse now allows you to directly change interval and number of shots while keeping “duration” and “playback time”.
Improved reliability to Motion's Advanced Time-Lapse.
Updated the Update Firmware screen
Fixed a bug where SD Cards would not recognize on the first try.
Fixed bug where Arc would over-pan for long time-lapses.
Fixed some bugs where Advanced Time-Lapse moves, with ARC, would sometimes jerk.
Improved stability throughout Motion firmware that specifically addresses the following:
-Motion shutting down randomly
-Crashing in Advanced Time Lapse
-Motion moving at half speed
In order to update the firmware:
Download the update.bin file and place it on a blank micro SD card.
Insert the card into your motion controller.
Navigate into settings on your controller and select "Update from SD".
The Micro SD card used must be larger than 4GB and smaller than 32GB.
When inserting the card into the controller, make sure to not insert it at an angle as it might fall into the controller.
"Update not found" - What do I do?
Try it again, most of the time it will then find the update. If not:
Confirm that SD card is larger than 4GB and smaller than 32GB.
Confirm that the only thing on the card is the update file named “update.bin”.
You may need a pen or fingernail to get SD card into unit.
Sometimes the card will not recognize on the first try, make sure to try to update two or three times.
Due to the formatting of the cards, we suggest using one of our recommended cards, these have all been verified to update Motion without any problems.
Recommended cards include: