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Hacked Olympus D380's For Sale

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I have 3 D380's hacked with stereo jacks. One is IR, other 2 are not.

Cameras work good. I also have 2 stereo jacks, 1 external power adapter, 2 gaskets & an 8mb smart media card.

 

1 cam, 1 gasket & 8mb card - $22 TYD $20

1 cam, 1 gasket - $20 TYD $18

cam only - $18 TYD $16

 

jack & adapter go with first cams sold

 

 

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Hey Droopy!  I've been out of the game for a LONG time...

Tell me more about these cameras...

IR or regular?  Always on or on/off?  "Pin out" on the jack?  I might need these...

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3 hours ago, aparham said:

Hey Droopy!  I've been out of the game for a LONG time...

Tell me more about these cameras...

IR or regular?  Always on or on/off?  "Pin out" on the jack?  I might need these...

One camera is IR the other two are not.  I'm not sure about your other questions but these were paired up with pix controller boards

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Do you know which Pixcontroller board these were paired up with?  Some of the older Pixcontrollers were "always on"...those, I think were made by Lakota a long time ago.

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As I recall, the old Lakota cam was "always on".  The camera stayed on as long as the lens cover was open.  It required a separate power supply to connect to the "DC in" jack on the camera for extended operation.  The later "on/off" hack turned the camera on and off like other camera hacks but the lens cover had to be glued in a "sweet spot" position so the camera was not on all the time.  That's what I need to know.  As for the other question, I was wondering if you knew which wire to the jack was what...power, common, shutter?

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20 hours ago, aparham said:

As I recall, the old Lakota cam was "always on".  The camera stayed on as long as the lens cover was open.  It required a separate power supply to connect to the "DC in" jack on the camera for extended operation.  The later "on/off" hack turned the camera on and off like other camera hacks but the lens cover had to be glued in a "sweet spot" position so the camera was not on all the time.  That's what I need to know.  As for the other question, I was wondering if you knew which wire to the jack was what...power, common, shutter?

Sorry, I'm not sure.  I know the cameras work like normal, lens cover is not glued.  The a hack wires would be easy enough to test

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I think I will take these.  Do you have a PayPal account?

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You can email me...nuke649(at)yahoodotcom

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