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[Demo] Sound-Activated Camera Trigger v.3 for High Speed Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 18 - 2021
sound-activated trigger

Photo copyright by Maulana

Here are the newest version of my Sound-Activated Trigger v 3.0. With an updated new and improved technology, this trigger now triggers directly from your camera. Easier installations, easier usage, and more user-friendly.

Below are sample photos and video of the new product. Enjoy and order soon 🙂

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Sound-Activated Camera Trigger for High Speed Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 28 - 2021
sound-activated camera trigger

sound-activated camera trigger

Specially for high-speed photographers and photography enthusiasts!

Essentially, this device will trigger the camera once an impact occurs (which will generate a sound) on the object that’s to be photographed.  The sound is then received by the device and will the trigger the activation of the camera.  Before turning on the camera device, there are a few settings to be made, from the settings of the shooting mode to the delay settings.  With this device, photographers can shoot object impacts at high speeds with the right moment exposure. Read the rest of this entry »

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