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Arduino controller for Canon Powershot
posted November 30 2010 7:23.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Sandro Benigno from DIY Drones made this camera controller for Arducam project. This project can control a Canon Powershot camera that is mounted on UAV, and also it can feed the camera's video out back to the operator. Telemetry from UAV will also be sent back mixed in video using MAX7456 Single-Channel Monochrome On-Screen Display (OSD) chip.

[Via: Circuits@Home]    [Link: DIY Drones]
Tags: electronic project   microcontroller   arduino   monitor   vga   

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