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Enhancing a DSLR with Raspberry Pi

This is the perfect intersection of two of my interests, photography and embedded Linux: Limerick, Ireland-based photographer David Hunt recently posted progress photos of his Raspberry Pi-enhanced DSLR battery grip, which he made for his Canon 5D Mark II. The hacked-together DSLR accessory attaches to the bottom of his camera and will eventually let him shoot and transmit photos over WiFi, remote control the camera via tablet or phone, and shoot in a custom time lapse mode. David says he still needs to sort out the power supply, but he’s confident that he’ll be able to figure it out. [via DIYPhotography Flickr Pool]

32 thoughts on “Enhancing a DSLR with Raspberry Pi

  1. Yes ! Canon EOS 1100D is a digital SLR for consumers who want to take the first step on their journey to outstanding still images

    and HD video. Featuring many technologies developed for more advanced models, and functions which make it even easier to capture

    fantastic images straight out of the box, the Canon EOS 1100D helps you to have fun with your photography. So its a great FUN here

    to play with DSLR.

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Matt Richardson is a San Francisco-based creative technologist and Contributing Editor at MAKE. He’s the co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and the author of Getting Started with BeagleBone.

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