July 13th, 2013, 08:52 AM
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It's the temperamental side of it that I was asking about whether it would eb possible really!
In theory, it's visible on the camera screen everytime my dslr flashes, so it should definitely be possible to code something to register the flash anomaly on the screen. I guess it would be kind of similar to how the old light guns (duckhunt games) used to work in a way.
Yeah, the main question is whether the flash would be quick enough as I'd be relying on the camera rather than a dedicated sensor.
And then the ultimate question is, would it actually be any use?!
I think as an idea it's alright, but seeing as I'd be using a £500+ dslr to trigger a sub-par camera phone flash, I don't think the results are going to be worth the amount of time 8it would take to work on this!
Also, with some of the newer dslr's now having built in wifi and connectivity to smart phones, it's probably going to be implemented into that software before long!
I shall keep thinking