It’s an incredible experience we’ve been through, creating a brand new product from scratch, running a Kickstarter campaign, and subsequently selling every single Triggertrap v1 we’ve made. Now that the Triggertrap v1 is completely sold out, we’ve started getting quite a few e-mails about what our plans are next, and when we’re launching a Triggertrap […]Read More
To use your Triggertrap, you’ll need:
- Your Triggertrap
- 3x AA batteries (or USB power)
- A camera connection cable
Please note that the Triggertrap will ship with v0.3.31 of the firmware. Before it can be used, it needs to be upgraded to the v0.3.33 of the firmware (which also introduces Bulb Ramping!). Instructions for how to update are available on the firmware update page.What cable do I need?
Recent news and blog posts
Some of our recent writings about the Triggertrap v1 from the blog.
Happy birthday to us! Happy birthday to us! Happy birthday, little company! Happy birthday to us! It’s incredible to think that it’s a full two years since we launched the Kickstarter campaign that would eventually turn into Triggertrap as we know it today. It’s been an amazing journey so far – thank you all for […]Read More
It’s been pretty quiet around Triggertrap v1 and our Triggertrap Shield for Arduino – but that doesn’t mean that stuff isn’t happening in the background! Today, we’re announcing that we’ve released a brand new firmware update for both devices, bringing the version number up to version 0.3.36Read More
We had a bloody great number of you ordering Triggertrap Mobile and other products in November and December. I know, I know, it sounds pretty unlikely, but it turns out that there are still one or two photographers in the world who don’t have a Triggertrap. So we decided to run a mid-January sale!Read More
If you’ve ever found yourself outdoors, taking photos at night, wishing you were able to give the sky a bit of a ‘kicker’, before giggling at the ludicrousness of that idea, feast your eyes on this photo taken by ‘deuler_b’ on Flickr, posted to our Triggertrap Flickr pool. The photographer used a Triggertrap v1, set […]Read More
As part of our Kickstarter campaign, we promised that the Triggertrap Shield and Triggertrap v1 would be as ‘open’ as we could make them. In practice, this meant that the source code and the schematics would be completely open source. We’re really sorry it has taken us this long to release the schematics; we meant […]Read More