Does anyone know what Reetz uses on his new laser-cut scanner?
I don't have any secrets.
clemd973 wrote:FINALLY A SOLUTION!!! If you're looking for a reliable switch, with a Y-Splitter, and even wireless capability, look no further. While the "Reetz Switch" is ergonomically the best choice, a second to the "Reetz Switch" are these produced by Frans Van de Kamp. He is in the Netherlands so shipping to the U.S. may take a few days, but it's well worth it. I should receive mine in the mail by the end of the week. Will update this post after I receive it and get it working.
ceeann1 wrote:I saw a little something that may also apply here. It is called the Camera Axe. It allows triggering multiple cameras and flashes. The device also allows a variety of triggering devices such as sound or light. The fellow who makes it also makes a variety of triggers. This is the link to the splitter he uses to go to multiple devices and it should have an embeded link for taking you to the primary site http://www.dreamingrobots.com/store/ind ... 417oq0sl76
I imagine two primary cameras/ scanners going off when the platen gets flat on the book. I imagine it triggering the lights to a nice bright illumination.
Well thats my 2 cents worth.
ceeann1 wrote:Yes the ready made module is $195.00 but the kit is $95.00. What sounded interesting is that this does not need a software fix like CHDK and somewhat broadens the list of possible cameras and allows automation for the triggering event. So I guess it depends on what y'all are doing with the cameras. If you have invested in one of those cameras that use CHDK then the Reetz Switch or the Van de Kamp switch sounds like a nice solution. Then again if you own another camera and just need to add another... this might be a welcome possibility. Many paths... one destination.
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