I currently have a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT (Black) (aka EOS 350D).
It came with:
1x Li-Ion Camcorder Battery (NB-2LH)
1x Camcorder Battery Charger
1x Shoulder Strap
I also have:
1x Digital Rebel Accessory Kit, including:
- 1x Lowepro Camera "Gadget" Bag (Canon embroidered)
- 1x Canon 58mm UV Haze Filter
- 1x Battery Grip for Digital Rebel XT (holds 1 or 2 camcorder batteries, or 6x AA batteries)
- 1x Li-Ion Camcorder Battery (NB-2LH)
Recent Purchases: (See Here)
1x Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4.5 Macro
Ok, so not really a project, but just to show off, here's the newest addition to the party going on in my camera bag.
This circuit is used to trigger a camera's electronic shutter circuit when a flash of lightning is present. This circuit would also work for photographing fireworks displays or other events involving flashes of light.
It uses a photo-darlington sensor that looks through the viewfinder, and triggers the camera when the light is bright enough.
Ok, just starting out, but I'm going to make a shutter control as described here: "Super Mini Switch - A RS60-E3 Replacement".
Parts I have so far:
From a broken Casio calculator: