Here is how you can build your own DIY Budget Photo booth with DSLR, Tablet and Arduino by Team Z over at instructables.
DSLR: We used a Canon 600D http://goo.gl/7wdSR9
The App Shuttersnitch
External Flash http://goo.gl/sw732T
Wi-Fi SD card – We use one from transcend because it works fine and is even cheaper than a Eye – Fi – card http://goo.gl/fSa2nA
Red Button http://goo.gl/sVWv5y
Eight segment display http://goo.gl/yOcP0Y
Arduino Uno (buy a cheap one from china, it works the same)http://goo.gl/k4Y3RY
Camera power supply http://goo.gl/XSuzrt
Wireless flash trigger http://goo.gl/UX5uyC
Small lcd display
Click here for programming code.
Configure the Wi-Fi SD card and put it into your camera.
Download the Shuttersnitch to your tablet and install it. As soon as you have connected your tablet to the SD card, the pictures you take should be sended to your tablet. Take a picture and check if everything works fine.
Now you can either remove the battery pack of your camera and insert the power supply or just leave out this step. Depends on how you want to run it.
Screw the camera to the box and place the tablet in the right position.
Set your camera to M – Mode, 7.1, 1/100s and the ISO depends on whether you use a flash light or not and how bright the available light is.
Screw the metal rod for the flash on top of the box. Mount the flash and connect it to the camera with the flash remote trigger, as well as to the power supply
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