Sony Video Shutter Interface Switch
Oct 2017 - Use the Sony Video Switch
with Sabre, Scout, and StackShot 3X to start and stop video recording with your Sony camera. This switch translates the camera trigger output into the needed Sony USB commands to start and stop video on compatible Sony cameras.
Scout Camera Trapping System
June 2017 - A rugged, weatherproof, easy to use, camera trapping sensor for longer term trail monitoring applications. Get at least 100 days of life from one set of 6AA batteries - learn more here.
StackShot 3X Remote
Apr 2016 - Control the StackShot 3X with our new Wi-Fi enabled fully configurable Remote Control. The remote is capable of controlling all 3 axis and firing the shutter. The buttons can be configured to match your application - learn more here.
Dec 2015 - The Sabre
is our most advanced triggering system yet. It is a weatherproof, LIDAR based Wi-Fi enabled fully configurable camera trigger. It can be configured with your computer or favorite mobile device (either iOS or Android). It can be used by itself or in a dual beam configuration - learn more here.
StackShot 3X Slider
Apr 2015 - Add the Slider
to your StackShot 3X and the Pan/Tilt Kit to create a full 3 axis motion control system. Perfect for time-lapse or real time video capture. Find more details and an example video here.
Nov 2014 - The next generation of our StackShot controller is here! Control up to 3 motors with StackShot 3X
. The complete motion control solution. Touch screen interface, Wi-Fi, USB. Use this controller to Focus Stack, create panoramic images and stacks, create virtual objects, time-lapse video capture and, smooth repeatable real-time video motion.
Every month or so we like to post an image taken by one of our customers using our equipment. It gives you a great idea of what is possible with Cognisys gear. You can see more customer images in our focus stacking and high speed galleries. If you have an image you would like us to consider for this spot please send it to us at email@example.com.
This months featured image is a composite of Scott Eggimann and some of the visitors he has photographed using our new Scout camera trapping sensor. A very creative implementation to be certain! I think this is the first time we have had a human in our featured image, we have featured, insects, mammals, birds, reptiles, rocks, water drops, and minerals, but no humans. Thanks for sharing Scott!
You can see more critters from Scott's backyard on his Flickr Page.