Why waste a thousand words? Photos tell stories. And the more you can do with your digital camera, the better the story you can tell. So build a remote control and sneak up on that picture that keeps eluding you. Create an adapter that lets you use SLR-type lenses on your point-and-shoot. Play with lens magnification or create a pinhole lens. Beef up flash memory. And that's just where the tale begins. The ending is up to you. Hack any digital camera Illustrated step-by-step directions for more than 20 hacks, including: Building triggers Accessing raw sensor data Making accessory lens adapters Eliminating the infrared blocking filter Extending lenses Making reverse macro adapters Building a monopod Creating bicycle and car mounts Hacking microdrives from other devicesSee your Canon EOS Digital Rebel instruction manual for more information about deleting pictures in Playback mode. Custom ... I I I r*T2 Language English Video system NTSC Communication Normal Clear all camera settings Sensor clean.
|Title||:||Hacking Digital Cameras|
|Author||:||Chieh Cheng, Auri Rahimzadeh|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2005-09-23|