Camera control 10

A very detailed post from Moving Electronics that goes through creating a .

The main objective of this project is to put together a device for controlling photo shooting sessions (i.e. time-lapse, timer, etc.) taken with a Sony A7II mirrorless camera. The device’s main features are:

  • Portable device with embedded/internal battery.
  • interaction with camera through infrared (IR). No USB cables or special adapters to deal with.
  • Multiple time-lapse options controllable through a web interface.
  • Timer capabilities.
  • On-device screen showing current status.
  • Capability of doing lightning detection/photography. Although fully functional, it’s currently an experimental feature.
  • Magnetic attachment to metal surfaces.
  • Tripod mount.

Learn more a see the full instructions!


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