Remote DSLR Shutter #celebratephotography
From Wilfried Loche on Hackster.io:
Yet another Remote Shutter for a DSLR? Yes but… you no longer need any program compilation to change the duration and interval… happy?!
- First step, a big wish to get a cheap remote for my DSLR… and a bit of fun as well! So I started mine, based on a website. Could be this excellent DIY remote trigger shutter page.
- Second step: the optocoupleur 4N35 CI found in the Arduino Starter Kit, and a google search on it showed me… so many remotes for my DSLR!
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