In this video I walk through the Camera Axe and camera settings I used to automatically capture hummingbird.Continue Reading →
In this video I introduce some new software that helps you automatically calibrate the valve sensor for colliding drops. The way it works is you go to the new calibration option in the valve sensor menu. Press select to start. Then when you see a nice the column of water at it’s peak you press select. Then when you see a nice colliding drop image you press select again and those ...Continue Reading →
This video points you to an interview I did at the Fotobug. The interview is about the Camera Axe and miscellaneous high speed photography topics. My interview starts a few minutes into the video after their news topics and goes to nearly the end of their video.Continue Reading →
In this video I talk about how to trigger the Camera Axe with a mobile phone. I used the Triggertrap mobile app in this video. Go check out www.triggertrap.com.
Warning – In some modes the Camera Axe will output 5V on the tip. I believe all mobile phones should protect against that level of voltage on their headphone jacks, but I can’t guarantee every phone does. Use this mode with caution. ...Continue Reading →
In this video I show how to connect four valve sensors to the Camera Axe. It requires new software and a new cable. The software is linked below. The new cable is in the store below, but it is also very easy to make. I forgot to mention this in the video, but all you need to make the cable is a stereo splitter 3.5 mm cable. Then in one ...Continue Reading →