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 Post subject: My first DSLR rig
PostPosted: Sat Dec 23, 2017 12:20 pm 
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This is my first build of 2 trap rigs , ready for the maiden deployment

Here are the details
Cameras : D5200 Nikon and 550d canon
Trigger : active IR based on (
stinkyabb) on instructables
Flash : 3 X SB 28 + 1 X SB 80 DX
Enclosures : waterproof electric ABS boxes for cameras and flashes , food containers for sensors
Triggers : digitek flash and shutter trigger
Power source : all systems are run by 4x18650 battery pack with charging module , made 8 units of battery packs to run cameras @8.4 v , flashes 8.4v stepped down to 6v , AIR tx and Rx 8.4 v stepped down to 5v
Triggers are powered by 4xAA batteries each
DC couplers :cheap Chinese for D5200 and hacked a 3rd party battery to make DC coupler for D550

Thank you all for the inspiration and knowledge sharing

Pls post your feedback thoughts

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Nice work! Hope you get some great shots

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Congrats.. please post some pics you captured after u set it out..


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JonnyA wrote:
Nice work! Hope you get some great shots
Thank you Guruji :)

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ghosthunters wrote:
Congrats.. please post some pics you captured after u set it out..


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Thanks ghost ..will post images soon :)

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Very Impressive!! Ca hardly wait to see your images.


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Can i ask the size of the ABS boxes for the camera?

im looking to build a case for my d3200, and wanted to avoid a Pelican case if i could.

Waterproof electrical boxes can be sourced much cheaper i believe.


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hazellh wrote:
Can i ask the size of the ABS boxes for the camera?

im looking to build a case for my d3200, and wanted to avoid a Pelican case if i could.

Waterproof electrical boxes can be sourced much cheaper i believe.
Hi Hazellh ,

Sorry for delayed reply

Here are the dimensions

Camera 230x 150 X 110 mm
Flash 200x 120x 90 mm

These costed me about $10 each



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