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Hey,I'm late ^^ sorry...In my case the photos were stored on my SD-Card in the cam.
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Hi Kevin,Thanks for that quick replay.I can control my Nikon remotely via a special USB cable and my Linux PC (gphoto2 or darktable). In addition I have the WIFI stick WU1A which allows me to control the cam with my smartphone. But that isn't that what I want.Perhaps I can find out which parts of the USB-A cable have to be shortened to capture or to focus.My Sony DSC HX50 which I also could use for my new project has only an micro USB port. I can't control the Sony via my PC but there's an intern WIFI.So it could be quite difficult to control the cam with a switch or with an arduino. There are some tricks using an octocopler but for that is a Jack needed i believe.Firstly i have to build my RC car with an arduino.Then i'll think over how to connect my cam to the arduino.TimeMen
The joke is, that the video isn't available anymore ^^
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Really easy.But it doesn't work with my Nikon D5200 (don't know why).
really cool, thanks :)
thanks @Swansong :)
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