TinySnapper

The TinySnapper offers  a very simple way of controlling your digital camera from your RC system and it’s really affordable. Buy it 21€

Just plug in the TinySnapper where you normally plug in a servo motor – when you flip the switch on your remote, the TinySnapper will trigger your camera via an infrared transmitter.

I doesn’t get any simpler! The TinySnapper is preprogrammed to work with a specific brand, and triggers the shutter when the servo signal is a bit above neutral.

Please remember that most cameras need to be setup to accept IR remote and you need to disable auto power-off.

Mounting is easy. The TinySnapper with it’s 30mm in length can be mounted almost anywhere. It also comes with some Dual Lock re-closeable fasteners for mounting.

The TinySnapper comes in many flavors! Currently all mayor camera brand are supported, but be sure to pick the type that suits you camera when ordering. The TinySnapper currently supports triggering of more than 100 camera types. Check out the supported cameras page.

Specifications:

  • Takes a standard servo input and converts it into an infrared remote camera trigger signal.
  • Accepts standard 5V servo power. (don’t push it beyond 6.5V).
  • Very low weight and form factor.
  • Servo cable included.
  • Dual Lock re-closeable fasteners included for easy mounting.
  • 35 cm servo cable.
  • Ultra bright IR transmitter for reliable communication.
  • Lead free. RoHS compliant.

If you are looking for a more customizable solution check out the StratoSnapper

 

Very easy camera remote control for your RC helicopter or plane. Connects via a servo plug and when your RC switch goes above neutral the TinySnapper will activate a infrared pulse that triggers your camera. Works out of the box more..

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    8 thoughts on “TinySnapper

    1. I have the tinysnapper and a futaba 8fg. Im using a Sony Nex7 on a dji s800 with Naza for the gimbal and Wookong. How do I connect the tinysnapper? I’m a newbie :)

    2. Hi, I’ve emailed a couple of times but haven’t received a response…

      My TinySnapper just doesn’t work – help please!!

    3. Just to update my comment above, I’ve since heard from the very helpful Lisbeth and hope to rectify my problem soon.

      Top service!

    4. Hi Juan,
      You can contact either MikroKopter US or Intelligent UAS, they should be able to help you.
      Best regards, Lisbeth

    5. I have been trying for several months now to gain access to the software, it installs on the computer but wont open. Any help much appreciated.

      Thank you

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