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My Canon 50D is also hacked with ML though I didn't use it this time because the battery only lasts for less than an hour. I used a device which I built. It also controls the motorized dolly where my 50D was mounted. Anyways, here are the pictures in timelapse format. I hope you'll enjoy it! :)

This was shot evening of July 17 here in McHenry County, IL. It took close to 2.5 hours and 742 pictures. I would love to find an open field here and do the same. Looks like my device is ready!

Share Your Videos / Yesterday's storm in Illinois
April 10, 2015, 05:29:23 PM
Though not ML since I couldn't find the compact flash that has ML, I just used an external intervalometer. It's a short timelapse.

General Help Q&A / Take shots but not via shutter
November 05, 2014, 09:01:16 AM
Does ML have a feature where we can take pictures without having to increase the shutter count on a Canon 50D? If so, where can I find the instructions on how to do it?

Thanks in advance!
Please watch it in Original resolution. Choose Original which is above the 1080p selection. I brought out my controller outside and I'm glad the battery worked very well.

Later folks!

Extremely happy with my first dynamic timelapse :)

Make sure you watch it in 1080p! :)

General Help Q&A / My camera slider update
September 23, 2013, 06:22:10 AM
It's coming along very well. Extremely happy how it's going. :)

I'm still waiting for the Canon cable that I will connect to the shutter port. The led indicator is connected to the 4n35 which triggers the shutter at a very very very low voltage. Once I received cable, I will connect to that same chip.

Share Your Videos / For My future Dynamic Timelapse
September 14, 2013, 10:10:30 PM
It's still not complete but I should be able to complete it by mid October

General Help Q&A / Built-in intervalometer and Arduino
September 06, 2013, 06:51:24 PM
Hey guys,

Is there a way for our Canon camera to send out a signal to Arduino when a shot has been made? The reason I'm asking is because I would like to build a camera slider. Once the Arduino receives the signal, Arduino will execute a code that will move the stepper motor.

I hope you'll like my garden. I'm making another one and theme would be summer and fall. :)