IR Remote for Nikon Camera using the Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Check out how to build an IR Remote for Nikon Camera using the Raspberry Pi from Mayank Joneja:

I finally came around to trying out LIRC on the Raspberry Pi to use it to trigger my Nikon D5100. 😀

I haven’t fully utilized the capabilities provided by it yet, but I’ve managed to get it up and running quite easily thanks to a lot of great posts and troubleshooting guides on some blogs and the Raspberry Pi forum.

I mainly followed these links:



To make a very simple remote using the Raspberry Pi, all you have to do is follow the steps given on either of these links.

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks a lot for the mention 😀 Can’t believe I’ve been featured on a website that pushed me through my hardest struggles with Arduino and Raspberry Pi based issues :’)

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