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  • Cheap and Easy Time Lapse Video (Intervalometry)

    Very nice. I ended up using my GoPro (as that's what I already had) to complete my time lapse and one of these solar power kits from Cam-Do as power was not available. Worked well for me.

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  • GoPro Ultrasonic Motion Sensor HC-SR04 controled by arduino

    Nice work.I used one of these [http://cam-do.com/products/gopro-motion-detector-x-band-sensor-with-cable-for-blink GoPro motion detector sensors from CamDo] which uses X-band microwave range waves and the doppler effect. Range is decent and goes through a plastic box so can be mounted in a protective enclosure. More reliable than PIR for my application and you can turn sensitivity up/down.

    Nice work.I used one of these GoPro motion detector sensors from CamDo which uses X-band microwave range waves and the doppler effect. Range is decent and goes through a plastic box so can be mounted in a protective enclosure. More reliable than PIR for my application and you can turn sensitivity up/down.

    Nice work.I used one of these GoPro motion detector sensors from CamDo which uses X-band microwave range waves and the doppler effect. Range is decent and goes through a plastic box so can be mounted in a protective enclosure. More reliable than PIR for my application and you can turn sensitivity up/down.

    Nice work.I used one of these <a href="http://cam-do.com/products/gopro-motion-detector-x-band-sensor-with-cable-for-blink" target=_blank>GoPro motion detector sensors from CamDo</a> which uses X-band microwave range waves and the doppler effect. Range is decent and goes through a plastic box so can be mounted in a protective enclosure. More reliable than PIR for my application and you can turn sensitivity up/down.

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