Back in June we reported on a certain device called the Triggertrap. Basically what it does is it allows photographers to set up their camera along with the Triggertrap and release the shutter in a number of different ways. This includes triggers such as sound or by breaking a laser beam.
The good news is that if you fancied such a device for yourself, it has gone from being a Kickstarter project to being put into production and you can now place a pre-order for yourself. If you’re interested in placing an order, the Triggertrap will be available in two versions – a full version (minus the cable) at $125, and another called the TT Shield which is basically designed for hackers and more customizability in mind and is priced at $75. Head on down to Triggertrap’s shop for more information. Watch the video below for a demonstration.
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