Step #1: PrevNext
- Fritzing schematic.
- The system is powered by 12 volts. The transistor turns the relay on when pin 2 is set to HIGH.
- This fires the IR remote control that triggers the DSLR.
Step #2: PrevNext
- The Arduino code can't be more simple. Just decide the time between photos and put that time after the command that sets pin 2 LOW.
- Remember that your DLSR must have time to take and process the photos. If you set your camera to a 10-second exposure you must have 25 to 200 seconds delay between exposures.
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- Peel back the adhesive paper on top of the DLSR remote control and solder two wires to the two pads under the button.
- Place the adhesive paper back in place.
- Connect the two wires to the contacts of your relay.