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    I used parts-on-hand: an Offanengo HY200 2220 0300 AS04 motor (200 steps & 1.8 degrees), Arduino, Grove Shield, SeeedStudio OLED display, Adafruit Motor Shield (V1), and Nikon D70 camera.Since I opted to go this route, I also did not have the buttons that come with the recommended LCD shield, so I just modified the code to read input from the serial monitor window. Just punch in the number corresponding to the buttons: 1 starts an automatic cycle, -1 stops it.Works great.Also - I think my old D70 is a little slow, and there was nothing I could do with the Pre and Post waits to get it to stop exposing the image at the same moment the motor moved, so I added a 1s delay following the shutter release command, and that worked fine. I understand the implication, but a 1s delay in reading ...

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    I used parts-on-hand: an Offanengo HY200 2220 0300 AS04 motor (200 steps & 1.8 degrees), Arduino, Grove Shield, SeeedStudio OLED display, Adafruit Motor Shield (V1), and Nikon D70 camera.Since I opted to go this route, I also did not have the buttons that come with the recommended LCD shield, so I just modified the code to read input from the serial monitor window. Just punch in the number corresponding to the buttons: 1 starts an automatic cycle, -1 stops it.Works great.Also - I think my old D70 is a little slow, and there was nothing I could do with the Pre and Post waits to get it to stop exposing the image at the same moment the motor moved, so I added a 1s delay following the shutter release command, and that worked fine. I understand the implication, but a 1s delay in reading the input is livable.

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