Introduction: Camera Taser & Shocker

We made a small camera taser out of a disposable camera, the other "tasers" actually use the capacitor to shock you. which actually burns your skin rather than shock you. Using this shocker delivers a 1300v. continuous shock ,we hope you enjoy it.


leaualorin (author)2011-07-23

What kind of transistor was used?

pedro120495 (author)2011-03-21

or whit a 470 ohm is better than a 220??????

pedro120495 (author)2011-03-20

even the ohm is bigger than 216 ohm it wil work better?????

ddvniek (author)2011-01-01

Hi; I have a question. It's urgent. Is a 220 ohm resistor really neccesary?? Can't I just use like a 170ohm resistor or something? Cause I don't have 220 ohm resistors....

ddvniek (author)ddvniek2011-01-01

Or will 216ohm be enough?

HM-Innovations (author)ddvniek2011-01-01

216 ohm resistor works, but it will work better with a 220 ohm

ddvniek (author)HM-Innovations2011-01-01

Whats the deference if I use 216ohm instead of 220??

HM-Innovations (author)ddvniek2011-01-01

how much current is allowed to go trough the circuit

ddvniek (author)HM-Innovations2011-01-01

Ok. And this will work with any old camera with a flash? Cause not all cameras are the same. Thanks for all the help.

HM-Innovations (author)ddvniek2011-01-02

thats correct

mdog93 (author)2010-03-15

Could you put a push to make button in this circuit so it only shocks when you press the button?

HM-Innovations (author)mdog932010-03-15

Yes you can

mdog93 (author)HM-Innovations2010-03-16

ok, would it just be as simple as to put it anywhere or would there be a specific place it should go

HM-Innovations (author)mdog932010-03-16

anywhere would work.

mdog93 (author)HM-Innovations2010-03-17

ok. BTW, this couldn't be done with a regular film camera could it? I'm guessing not cause it might not have the flash charger sircuit.

jules15 (author)mdog932010-09-05

it can, and all flash cameras have the charging circuit.. The only thing is a disposable camera is a lot cheaper lol

mdog93 (author)jules152010-09-06

yeah but lots of people have old rubbishy film cameras lying around- we have about 4 :P

hyudryu (author)2010-03-17

Its 330V. I measured it. BUt with new batteries 1.6V AA, they go up to 400V not 1.3kV

HM-Innovations (author)hyudryu2010-03-21

try using a 9v battery instead of a 1.6v

hyudryu (author)HM-Innovations2010-06-17

I did and the transistors bubbled o_0

Citystars (author)2010-04-25

could you upload the schema pls?
So i can figure it out a bit.

hifatpeople (author)2010-06-14

To get a continuous shock from your "average" camera taser, take out the capacitor and use the wires used to charge the capacitor. Could you explain how you did that? I want to get rid of the bulk of the camera circuit and only use what i need.

LesClayton (author)2010-04-22

do you have schematics for this?

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