I am working to setup my M600 Pro identical to yours.
M600 Pro | Gremsy T3V3 | Sony A6000 | Seagull MAP-X2 | Seagull IMU (on camera) | Emlid M2 | UgCS software
To power the M2, you use the GH connector from the Seagull X2 (GPS Port) to the S1 port on the Emlid M+ (or M2). That connection provides the GPS communication from M2>X2 but also provides power from the Seagull > Emlid.
I initially provided power to the Seagull via USB port that does NOT have enough power for send over to Emlid. So you must provide power to the Seagull via the Rail connector and not USB.
I have the Seagull IMU mounted on top of the A6000 so that camera IMU (angle) data will be retained in PPK data.
I split the wires on the Hotshoe harness so that it goes to both the M2 and Seagull for timing on each photo.
So the problems that exist to date are:
- You can not use iOs tablet with third party camera on A3 controller (SDK problem) and it will not be fixed anytime soon. So in order to see the camera feed from HDMI camera you must use an Android tablet with app like Litchi or UgCS.
The following number 2 is wrong. It is not necessary to create a waypoint for every photo. I setup the mission as I would a P4P (using UgCS) and the mission runs fine taking photos as it should
- You must use waypoints for every photo location when using third party camera. Meaning you can not use distance or interval shooting that is controlled by the DJI Controller. So in my initial testing the M600 stops at every waypoint to take the photo. This is not feasible for doing large acerage.
I can live with using an Android tablet.
The T3V3 has a 10 port connector on the Gimbal camera mount so that you can avoid dangling wires. If I get past the waypoint issue, then I am going to make a custom wire that will take:
4 wires of IMU, 3 Wires of Hotshoe, and 3 wires of Sony Multi Port connector and run them all into the GH connector. Then at the top of the gimbal, the same 10 port connection will break out into the three devices that need wiring. Should be very nice and clean once that is done.
Please let me know what type of setup you have and if you have been able to run missions without continuously stopping at each waypoint.