A credit card sized pocket intervalometer for canon cameras supporting 2.5mm jackDesigned by Sumukh's DIY electronics , Ships from India
What is it? An intervalometer is a remote control for your camera, which will trigger the shutter automatically at the desired interval set by you. Used mainly in time-lapse photography or long exp...Read More…
An intervalometer is a remote control for your camera, which will trigger the shutter automatically at the desired interval set by you. Used mainly in time-lapse photography or long exposure continuous shots, star trail photos or even daylight photos.
To support the DIY photography community
The board consists of an Atmega328 chip soldered at the back side of the board. It needs the crystal oscillator of 16MHz to function properly. The chip is programmed using another Arduino Nano connected to the programming headers given on board. The board is equipped with a micro USB type a port for powering up the microcontroller. DO NOT GIVE MORE THAN 5 V on USB.
Total 5 switches for selecting the menus plus one reset switch is provided for selection.
Select switch is used for selection of the menu navigating inside the menu.
Left switch acts as a back button from the menu.
Up and Down switches are used for increment or decrement of values.
Right switch is used for storing the values in memory
It uses Optocoupler from Toshiba Semiconductors Inc. It isolates the camera ground and the 5 V supply ground. The optocoupler makes it completely safe to operate. The intervalometers available in the market make use of transistors in which small current flows through the camera making it vulnerable to damage, though the possibility of happening this is very negligible.
Using the intervalometer
Once the shooting is finished, it will ask you to start again if you want or you can just reset the microcontroller and move to processing.
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