Introducing CamJuice

CamJuice v1.0 is ready !

CamJuice is an automatic, motion-triggered, photography application for Canon DSLR cameras. Connect your Canon DSLR camera to a laptop or PC, point it somewhere interesting, and step back. When movement is detected, CamJuice will trigger the camera. CamJuice can use the LiveView feed directly from your Canon camera, or from a regular webcam.

A few samples of what CamJuice can do :

Download:
CamJuice v1.0

Installation:
Unzip file to any folder, run CamJuice to start.

Requirements:
Microsoft .Net 4.0 Framework (link)
Windows 7, Vista or XP
Canon DSLR (with LiveView)

Fun:
Send us your CamJuice shots, we would love to see them!
LazyGeckoOrg@gmail.com

This software is provided by LazyGecko.org and may be freely distributed,
provided that no charge above the cost of distribution is levied, and that the  disclaimer below is always
attached to it. This program is provided as is without any guarantees or warranty. Although the author has
attempted to find and correct any bugs in this free software, the author is not responsible for any damage or
losses of any kind caused by the use or misuse of the program. The author is under no obligation to provide
support, service, corrections, or upgrades to the free software program. For more information,
please send an email to the LazyGecko Support mailbox. No hamsters were harmed during the making of CamJuice.

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3 thoughts on “Introducing CamJuice

  1. I like to shoot birds and small insects (Macro) will await the possibility of use with Nikon.
    Thank you for responding
    Regards
    Nascimento (Brasil)

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