Module to interface Raspberry Pi with digital SLR remote shutter releaseDesigned by Corona Designs in Canada
Use this device to trigger your Canon, Sony, or Nikon dSLR camera from a Raspberry Pi, or any other 3.3V or 5V input signals. This compact module is designed to connect directly to the Raspberry Pi's…Read More…
This compact module is designed to connect directly to the Raspberry Pi's GPIO port, and provides a 3.5mm output jack that connects to your dSLR camera using standard audio extension cables. It is tiny enough to sit within most Raspberry Pi cases, although a hole may need to be created to allow the trigger cable to exit.
The connected camera is isolated and protected from the Raspberry Pi. No signals or electricity are transferred between the input and output sides of the module.
This device is handy for creating computer-controlled timelapses, and works well with Octoprint's Octolapse plugin.
This example Python script will trigger the device when connected to pins 39, 40 of the Raspberry Pi. Download or copy it into a text file named "trigger.py", and execute it using the command 'python ./trigger.py'
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