I am electronically challenged so I gotta go with what those pictures on JHP show for where and what to solder.(this limits my camera selection down, but increases my success ratio)
However I do know that it must not power itself down, should have a good flash.
Easiest is owl sure shot, af-7,8,9, snappy qt
I have been keeping my eye on some of the Polaroid 35mm cameras. They are no longer producing 35mm and deals can be found. I know the 230 ff has a mechanical shutter, but there are some upper models that may work. I just don't want to buy one of each to try them out.
Ok, I've got a question on the mechanical vs. electronic shutter button issue.
While looking at many different cameras, I've found that the majority of the Owl-similar point and shoot cameras have a hard plastic shutter button, yet spec. sheets for the cameras list them as having a "programmed electronic shutter," and few listed as mechanical.
So the question is this: Is the actual type of shutter action independent of the shutter button's workings? Or to put it in other terms, Is a manual shutter button commonly used in conjunction with a "programmed electronic shutter?"