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Raspberry Pi photo booth controller
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Hi. Firstly I found that this was a good tutorial to follow with. I managed to build the photo booth according to your tutorial, and I am very happy that it was work. But what come to my concern is, is there any way that we can display the live view of the dslr on the monitor by using the same concept as your tutorial?
Thanks for sharing this Project. I changed my former Photobooth from an Arudino+iPad solution to an Raspberry with Touchscreen option. No printing option.The setup is simple, push the button, photo will be made and displayed. And this is my problem at the moment? How can I display the last photo taken on the display? I use a CLI Python script at the moment. Any idea?
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Thanks for a great and well-written tutorial! Here is my version of the Photobooth.I made some tweaks, the biggest change was to add one extra button + led. It is used to restart the Photobooth if the camera goes into sleep mode. You can read about it here:https://github.com/johols/RPi-photobooth
This is brilliant. Well documented, extremely clever, and fun. Also had issues with the printer which was the Canon CP910, but finally got it going. Camera is a Nikon D50. Everying works great. Can't thank the author enough. This was a huge hit at my in-laws 50th wedding anniversary.Can
I'm trying to make this but running into some issues on my Pi2. I got everything connected, tested the camera and printer and they worked. Wired everything up. LEDs don't work....hmmmm. Pressed the button and it takes a picture..... and then it hangs. Not sure what else to try, I posted more details on reddit below. Any help is appreciated!https://www.reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/comments/4og7os/help_trouble_with_photobooth_and_gpio_breadboard/
This is a supernoob type question but here goes: would my LEDs go a little brighter if I hooked this up via the 5v pin?
Hi all! This project looks awesome! I'm trying to show the photos using fbi command, but I cannot set the correct filename due to fbi does not recognize %H%M%S.JpgHow can I implement this? Sorry for my bad English :(
Hi MikaIV, I see you had it in landscape mode with the banner on the bottom (and use the design from the Knot... I have the same plan :D but how did you realized it ? What kind of changes did you make?
oops, sorry, should be 40 and 26 pin... As for I understand, I can use the 40 pin cable as the couting is the same... thanks!
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