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There's now a way to catch lighting without having to keep the shutter open. I see that Camera Light is bringing in the Photoduino Boxes that allow photographers to shoot a bullet!
Check out this video:https://vimeo.com/43883049
I'm thinking of getting one - any advice or thoughts?
Jan de Beer
**You're known by what you show, not by what you shoot.**
its actually quite easy to make one of these ( ok not all that easy but it wont take long to learn the procedure)
this tool (if you will) is based on an open source project called Arduino. its a basic Microchip that anyone can program: http://www.arduino.cc/
I've been planning on making my own one for a while, just havn't gotten around to it yet. i have however made a set-up that switches studio lights off just before the shutter opens and turns them back on just after the shutter closes (was a set-up made for light painting.
if i do get around to it ill post up a guide..
sorry about reviving a semi-old thread.
The Adrduino's use an Atmel AVR "microcontroller" manufactured by Atmel Corporation.
Originally Posted by Wesley Duggan
"Microchip" is a competing company which manufacture the popular PIC microcontrollers.
The two competing technologies use totally different architectures.
yeah sorry thats the term i was looking for... couldn't remember what it was. thanks for the correction.
Originally Posted by Surge
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