This page provides a walk-through on how to setup Lumix Cameras in the Scout Camera Box. It includes the settings, cables and dummy batteries for some of Panasonic's most popular camera trapping cameras.
Roy Dunn goes into detail on how to set up both a video and still camera trap at the same site - a spring in southern California.
Want to use the Scout Camera Box for video - this post will show you the cable you need as well as the settings you need to make in the Scout Camera Box to record video.
Axel Gebauer walks through his experiences setting up a Scout Camera Trapping System for recording video.
Tom Mason walks through setting up a camera traps in Peru. Tom talks through the equipment he uses and some of the challenges of setting up a camera trap in the Amazon.
Use Sabre to control both the camera and flash timing to eliminate the cameras shutter lag using the traditional high speed photography technique - take advantage of the dark.
Learn how to connect your camera and flashes to the Scout Camera Box.
Steve Gettle shares his technique to photograph Flying Squirrels in his backyard in Michigan.
Roy Dunn demonstrates how you can set up a simple camera trap in your backyard using the RangeIR.
How to use the Camera Box Aux Output to wake up your external speedlight flashes.
Benjamin Olson is a proffesional photographer who strives to use his photography to promote awareness of the perils the natural world faces today while working towards conservation and environmental restoration. Ben talks through his evolution of camera trapping tools.
Emmanuel Rondeau is a filmmaker and photographer, focusing mainly on wildlife conservation, but also on science and history. Here he shares his experience with Scout for camera trapping