The TinySnapper offers you a very simple way of controlling your digital camera from your remote-control system.
Just plug in the TinySnapper on one servo output of your remote-control receiver and you are ready to shoot.
Operation is very simple: when you activate the related to this servo output switch on your remote-control, the TinySnapper will trigger your camera via its infrared transmitter.
The TinySnapper is preprogrammed to work with a specific camera brand, and triggers the shutter when the servo signal is a bit above the neutral position.
The mounting is very easy: The TinySnapper has a flexible neck which allows you to point the transmitter LED in the direction of the IR receiver on your camera.
It also comes with some Dual Lock re-closeable fasteners for easy mounting.
Scope of delivery
Takes a standard servo input and converts it into an infrared remote camera trigger signal
Accepts standard 5V servo power. (don’t push it beyond 6.5V)
Very low weight and form factor
Dual Lock re-closeable fasteners included for easy mounting
35 cm servo cable
Ultra bright IR transmitter for reliable communication
Lead free. RoHS compliant
Most of the market's cameras need to be configured in order to accept IR remote control. Additionally, and you need to disable the auto power-off feature, to avoid that your camera goes off during the flight.
The image here above is simply displayed to show a mounting example of the TinySnapper module on a camera. Please use the name of the module to see for which camera brand it is manufactured and not the displayed image.