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What could I use to help a disabled person move a camera to take photos?

Detailed Question:

I am looking for a way for my 13 year old son who is wheelchair bound to take pictures for his school annual. He has use of his left hand but with limited strength. I don't know if one of your products could help, but I am open to ideas!

Answer:

The PowerPod-IR is what you need! You can put a still camera on it, and then your son can use a TV-remote to turn the camera in whatever direction he wants. He can put the combination on his wheelchair or somewhere in the room, and use the remote to turn it. He will, of course, also need a still-camera that has it's own remote-control so that he can tell the camera when to make snapshots.

You can get more information here:

http://www.trackercam.com/IR







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