Nicolas
Nicolas
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RE: Using camera flash sync output with a PIC microcontroller

@zander That would be awesome ! What do you mean by Just determine if the synch signal is a grounding, or a positive voltage. How can I find...

1 month ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output with a PIC microcontroller

Hello,Sorry for the reply, I've been very busy these past weeks.@daveeI'm afraid of disassembling the camera in order to inspect the circuitry, it's p...

1 month ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output with a PIC microcontroller

Hello, thank you for your answer, sorry for replying late Hey @zander thank you for your messages, I am a little unsure why you are concern...

2 months ago
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RE: Help me find the faulty component

Hello everyone ! thank you for all your answers, so I guess I'll have to find a new working data back :( @hzulu I'm able to light the bulb by ap...

1 year ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hello, You totally lost me here :D Indeed @zander this video might help you better understanding the electronics : This is from a Minolta...

2 years ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output

Hello, I'm back to share some updates, I've made a first prototype, and it's working. I'm using a battery to power both the esp32 and the date...

2 years ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output

@zander Hello ! You are right, I realized esp8266 are pretty small and battery can be pretty small too : Plus I guess I can power both the date ...

2 years ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output

@zander switch you can make with an arduino or esp32 or esp8266 I've already been able to make it work with an esp8266 with a code like this ...

2 years ago
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RE: Using camera flash sync output

Hello @zander, thanks for taking the time :) Unfortunately It's an old camera, a Bessa R3a, I can screw a soft release cable on it, but it's mechani...

2 years ago
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