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HOW TO – Wireless camera remote

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Warny shows how to make a wireless remote for a Minolta 5D – “I wanted to buy a remote for my new minolta 5d… After a short search on ebay i found that wire remote were almost 25€ (~30$) and that there were no wireless. First, i tried to contact the remote connector’s outlets. One was neutral, one was for focus, and the last one triggers the picture. So i decided to build one on my own, and that’s not that difficult. Plus, it brings a new function to my camera : a A mode.” [via] – Link.

4 thoughts on “HOW TO – Wireless camera remote

  1. I’m kind of tired of stories like this. A lot of things can be done. But if you are going to post something here why not post something that other people can duplicate. For example, how ’bout step by step instructions??? Otherwise what’s the POINT???

    It’d be like me saying: Do you know we can put humans in outer space? and then post a picture of the Shuttle!
    A lot of things can be done, but you better give instructions on how you did it. Otherwise it’s kind of useless other than a curiosity.

  2. I’m kind of tired of stories like this. A lot of things can be done. But if you are going to post something here why not post something that other people can duplicate. For example, how ’bout step by step instructions??? Otherwise what’s the POINT???

    It’d be like me saying: Do you know we can put humans in outer space? and then post a picture of the Shuttle!
    A lot of things can be done, but you better give instructions on how you did it. Otherwise it’s kind of useless other than a curiosity.

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