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Point and Shoot Battery Grip Frankenstein

It's only a few days till Halloween. I've already decorated the house with the children. We composed dead pirates out of skeleton, costumes, and old clothes. But I didn't stop there. I took out my old Canon D30, dead BP-511 battery pack, and some cables to bring life back to the Canon D30 (see the "Making a RC Battery Pack Adapter for Digital Cameras" article).

Just now, I'm wondering what to do with my "Targus Pro battery grip for Nikon D40, D60x, D60 Digital SLR". I don't have a Nikon camera. Make a point-and-shoot Frankenstein? Maybe mount a point-and-shoot digital camera onto it and rewire the vertical shutter release to trigger the camera . . . hmmm.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1 on Nikon D60 Battery Grip.jpg

Chieh Cheng
Sat, 29 Oct 2011 21:17:38 +0000

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