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August 26, 2017 AT 3:00 am

Canon DSLR WiFimote #celebratephotography

From gamaral on Hackaday.io:

Having a tripod with you is not always all you need in order to take sharp, good looking pictures. Sometimes in low light conditions, your hand pressing down on the shutter trigger can make the image come out blurry.

So why not mix the power of the ESP8266 with a convenience of a shutter control? That way you could take photos while you’re chilling watching Netflix.

Read more on Hackaday.io and see more on YouTube


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