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Re: timer function

Subject: Re: timer function
From: "Graham Meadows" gjmeadows
Date: Mon Jun 3, 2013 11:42 pm ((PDT))
I think it may be possible to simulate any type of remote (switch or IR)
using a microcontroller  as used for triggering a camera.
The most popular DIY solution is to use the Arduino board, this is used
for 'intervalometer' timer functions as well as triggers from sound,
light, movement etc.

I have built one for an olympus dslr with switch and IR remote functions.

The cost in low but will involve a degree of electronic skills and some
software programming.

Search on google for 'Arduino intervalometer'


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