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  http://www.instructables.com/id/Motion-Triggered-DSLR-Remote-System/  Food   Living   Outside   Play   Technology   Workshop Motion Triggered DSLR Remote System by ASCAS  on October 18, 2014 Table of Contents Motion Triggered DSLR Remote System ............................................................................................1 Intro: Motion Triggered DSLR Remote System .....................................................................................2 Step 1: Things You'll Need ...................................................................................................3 Step 2: Scavenge An IR LED ..................................................................................................5 Step 3: Find A Cheap RF Module (TX-RX) ........................................................................................6 Step 4: Find A Motion Activated Alarm ...........................................................................................7 Step 5: Modify The Motion Activiated Alarm .......................................................................................7 Step 6: Build The Motion Sensing Beacon ........................................................................................9 Step 7: Build The Remote Receiver (Middleman) ...................................................................................10 Step 8: Install The Arduino Libraries ............................................................................................11 File Downloads ...........................................................................................................12 Step 9: Upload The Arduino Codes .............................................................................................12 File Downloads ...........................................................................................................13 Step 10: Power Them With Your Powerbanks .....................................................................................14 Step 11: Set Your Camera ....................................................................................................14 Step 12: Go Out & Give It A Try ................................................................................................15 Step 13: Sit Back And Relax ..................................................................................................16 Step 14: You're Done! Enjoy! ..................................................................................................16 Step 15: A More Permanent Setup .............................................................................................17 Step 16: Please Vote! :D .....................................................................................................17 Related Instructables ........................................................................................................17 Advertisements ...............................................................................................................18 Comments ................................................................................................................18  http://www.instructables.com/id/Motion-Triggered-DSLR-Remote-System/  Author: ASCAS  Our FB GroupHi I'm Angelo! I'm spending my last year of high school so I'll be gone for a while, preparing for college. Please understand that I can't assist you right nowalthough I may be able to answer your questions at our FB group. Intro: Motion Triggered DSLR Remote System Behold, a long range motion triggered DSLR remote system! Build a device that automatically takes photos of moving objects when you're not around. It's the perfectstandalone wildlife photography setup. Hate Reading? Here's A Video:A Brief Layman's Explanation: The project is composed of two main units: the Motion Sensing Beacon  and the Remote Receiver . Basically it's a one way communication system that utilizes anArduino. The Motion Sensing Beacon is in charged of informing the Remote Receiver if motion has been detected. If the beacon does detect something, it will send awireless go signal to the Remote Receiver (via RF). When the Remote Receiver receives the go signal, it will command the camera to take multiple shots thus capturingthe object from a far. The Remote Receiver can also trigger multiple DSLRs within the reachable IR range, this means you can do the Matrix bullet-time .The RemoteReceiver kind of works as the middle man between the Motion Sensing Beacon and the camera. To sum it all up, this project is a long range motion triggered remote! :D 5 Useful Applications - Situations: 1.) Wildlife photography - set this up on an animal territory, leave it for a day. You'll get interesting shots!2.) Marathons - automatically take photos of runners at a certain route or near the finish line.3.) Sport Relays - One good example is swimming, swimmers travel at a straight path, this project can do the job.4.) Home Security - Somebody steals cookies from you? It's about time to catch a photo of him.5.) Pranks - Want to be discrete as possible? Take a burst of high-res photos instead of filming a crappy video! :D... possibilities are endless!  http://www.instructables.com/id/Motion-Triggered-DSLR-Remote-System/  Step 1: Things You'll Need Electronics: - Arduino Uno (2x)- 433mHz Serial Commmunication Module (TX - RX)- USB PowerBank (2x)- Motion Activated Infrared Alarm- Solderless Prototyping Board (2x)- Supply Of Jumper Cables- USB Cables (for Arduino)- 470 ohm 1/4w Resistor- Infrared L.E.D.- Hookup Wire Tools: - Soldering Iron- Multitool  http://www.instructables.com/id/Motion-Triggered-DSLR-Remote-System/ 

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