Step 1: Get Required Stuff!
Step 2: Cut Lite-brite Screen and Wood Pieces
Cut a couple pieces of wood off.
Step 3: Putting It Together
If you notice in the middle picture below I have too much overhang of the litebrite screen so it won't sit level. I suggest you don't do this and I'll be fixing mine shortly.
Position your camera on the lite brite screen where you want it to be and put the solenoid on the camera against the screen for a test fit.
Once you are sure you know where you want the camera set aside the solenoid and look through the bottom of the screen to find the tripod mount of the camera.
Mark the nearest lite brite hole or put your finger on it so you know which one it is.
At this point you can drill the hole out a little and then take a bolt (1/4 x 20 coarse thread) and get it ready for insertion.
You should put a couple nuts on the bolt first, then a couple washers preferably a lock washer then a flat washer to finish it off.
Start the bolt in the hole for the camera and thread it so it is just sticking through.
Put your camera on it and turn until it is tight with the camera, back it off a 1/2 turn and tighten the nut closest to the camera then the second nut to the first nut.
Next comes the electrical part..
Step 4: The Electrical Connection...
Place your throw solenoid against the button and position it on the lite-brite screen how you want it.
Attach it. I used simple copper bell wire to secure my solenoid against the screen, you can do it how you want.
Then take the two wires from the solenoid and attach them to your extension wire, in my case I stripped out some old cat-5 I had lying around and used a twisted pair.
Then take the wall wart and hook one end up to the extension wire and either wire in a switch or be lazy like me and leave bare wire to touch. ( I like the spark.)
I the finished result out next to a bird feeding station I have in my yard and It was tough for me to catch shots of birds... I did end up with some cat pictures though. I scared the daylights out of this orange tabby when I took his picture.