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June 22, 2009

Arduino based Timelapse Photography Rig

at 5:38 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


This Arduino based Timelapse Photography Rig that Aonomus built is a great idea that will let you dig out your old digital camera and get a bit more use out of it. The Arduino microcontroller monitors a potentiometer and changes the time delay between pictures based on the dialed in value. There’s a LCD screen that shows the number of pictures taken and the delay between pictures. Finally to get the work done a servo moves back and forth enough to press the capture button on any camera. When Aonomus isn’t making microcontroller based projects he is playing with fire (literally).




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3 Responses to “Arduino based Timelapse Photography Rig”

  1. 2geek2curious.com » Blog Archive » Disparador para cámara de fotos con Arduino Says:

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  2. Seattle Business Attorney Says:

    Now that is cool. Too bad you are hindered by the fact that the camera requires a power supply. I would love to place that on a busy street corner, but would need a really long extension cord.

  3. Madhanaya Says:

    cool read

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