This is a project that allows me to take pictures at any (reasonable) interval. This allows the photographer to create time lapse movies with a digital slr. This is an arduino-based project that should work for any nikon camera with an IR port. Best of all it only cost $17!
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How to use Ac power to replace the Nikon D40 battery
I still haven’t gotten the grip I mentioned a few posts ago. I don’t know if I will. I have figured out a clumsy hack to get the job done and I might just run it this way, or perhaps clean it up a tiny bit. This is the battery with little aluminum strips taped …
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Arduino Intervalometer for my Nikon d40
For those who don’t know an intervalometer is, it tells your computer to take a picture every given interval. This enables you to shoot video with a still camera over a long period of time.
powering a nikon d40 from an ac outlet
I have been shooting a lot of time lapses lately. The biggest problem with that is battery life. I have a very ghetto hack to power the camera from a cell phone charger, but I am looking for a more permanent solution. I found a fotodiox battery grip on amazon that has an internal battery, …
8 tips for Time lapse photography
Here’s a few things I have learned while sitting in fields waiting for my camera to finish working for me. 8 tips for shooting SLR time lapses 1) Put your camera on full manual – otherwise the still will flicker from one to the next. 2) Try to pick objects that are still, …