After seeing various time-lapse controllers for cameras, Holden Leslie-Bole decided to make and share their own version. It adds some interesting control options, such as potentiometers to control the delay time and also light sensors to enable shutter releases when light levels change. Finally they've included a servo to rotate the camera if required and used an LED display for a basic user interface.
Furthermore the interface with a camera can safely be made, by hacking an inexpensive remote control that can be found from online retailers. Nevertheless, to get started check out Holden's project page. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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