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Depending on the distance between your Imaging Rig and your "Indoors", you have a few options:

  1. Run "Active USB Extender Cable" between Powered USB Hub at the Rig and Powered Hub Indoors
  2. Run "USB -to-Ethernet Converters" and then Cat-6 Ethernet Cable between Powered USB Hub at the Rig and Powered Hub Indoors
  3. Run WiFi Connection (available on only High-end Newer DSLRs) and WiFi Extender / Router (BYE/BYN doesn't explicitly support WiFi connection but some users have posted "How-To")
  4. Run a Stick-PC or NUC-PC or Older Laptop near the Imaging Rig and then Ethernet Cat-6 Cable or WiFi to Indoors and use one of many Remote PC programs from Indoors to control Outdoors PC

Note:  Each of these solutions has its own issues.  All but #4 are subject to Throughput Speed Issues and possibly Connection Interruptions which may require Restarts and leave no direct solution for controlling the Imaging Rig Mount.

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