APCC DSLR Controller

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Introduction: APCC DSLR Controller

About: I have a background in telecommunication and digital electronics, and am very interested in computers and photography.
Project info:

CPU Atmega 328P, Arduino
84x48 graphic LCD with backlight
IR & Wire photo camera trigger
2x Wire Flash Trigger
onboard light/sound sensor or 2x external sensor
2x digital IN/OUT
timelapes function
onboard RTC clock
onboard buzzer
opensurce, firmware upgragade

The APCC is a camera and a flash trigger.
It has sound and light sensor internally. It has time lapse function.
Can make high speed flash synchronization (~80% succes)


More pictures with my DSLR Controller
SCH, PCB on my web site APCC DIY, download section.
Arduino source code

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    user

    Can't seem to compile this thing. Anyone been successful or have the hex file they can share?

    Any chance you can sell me a ready made one :D

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    sorry no, actually i am out of this project
    if you are interested to continue this project, make me an offer (device+software)

    The link to the firmware is broken... Is there another place to download the firmware? thanks

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    i Fix it!
    http://www.apcc.tk/downloads/category/1-apcc

    I was thinking about building something like this,. except I was going to include an area of breadboard, so I could integrate task-specific triggers.

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    I think that two digital and two analog inputs are sufficient to any external trigger, now i am working in external sound, light and photogate trigger.

    Yes, but where do you build your external trigger?

    I finished an external sound sensor: http://apcc.tk/index.php/photo-galery/category/16-appc-sensors




















    The power for the sensor is provided by the APPC, via 3.5 stereo jack (1pin gnd, 1pin 5v 1pin signal)

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