[...] Probably the simplest, and best-explained DIY Shutter Release project for Canon DSLR’s. I’d still probably let an electronics supply and service shop still do it for me, since I’m not at all ready to poorly handle soldering irons again (I did so, poorly, in high school). [...]
Nope either way is fine. There are a few different types of switches you can buy. These are “open” switches, meaning the circuit is open (not a complete cirucit) until the button is pressed (closed/circuit complete).
Sorry guys I do not know if they will work on your camera. It’s pretty simple concept so if the plug works for your camera I don’t see why it wouldn’t. If you get it work, it would be interesting to know.
I just bought a hands free kit from Radioshack that has the same plug. I took it apart and connecting various wires does the same as the setup above. I’m going to put it in an enclosure like yours and make a howto in Instructables. Thanks for the inpsiration!
[...] make button to do this work for us. step 3Solder up the connections Using the diagram below from Roger Cline, Assemble and solder your buttons and switch. Test it often to avoid mistakes. When you’re [...]
[...] Bueno, desde hace días habia visto este disparador, control remoto para la camara, estuve viendo y si quedaba la entrada y todo el show, hoy me fui a comprar las cosas para hacerlo, lo hize un poco más a mis necesidades, pero el concepto es el mismo, aquí las fotos. Foto 1, Foto 2, Link para hacerlo. [...]