Polaroid Shutter Release Timer Remote Control For Nikon D90, D3100, D3200, D3300, D5000, D5100, D5200, D5300, D7000, D7100, D750, DF, D600, D610, P7700, P7800 Digital SLR Cameras
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- Set Timer Delays & Intervals
- Backlit LCD Display
- Take Photos without Camera Shake
- Great for Time-Lapse Recording
- Set Number of Shots/Unlimited Shooting
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The Polaroid timer remote control with interval timer connects to specified cameras by way of a single cord and plug allowing you to set how long of an exposure you want (LONG), the length of time between shots (INTERVAL) and the number of exposures (N). you can even set the amount of time you want to have laps before the shot is taken (DELAY). Once you program the timer and press the start button, all your settings are performed automatically. You can set the timer delays, exposure times, and intervals up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in one second increments. You can set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. The backlit LCD display panel gives you a visual reference so you can enable the following functions: self-timer, exposure, interval, and number of shots. Powered by two "AAA" batteries, it can last for about 60 days of continuous shooting with intervals of five minutes and exposures of 4 minutes, 56 seconds. When left on standby, it can last for up to 2 years.
Whatever you are photographing the night sky every 2 minutes for two hours or recoding a colony of insects over times for a scientific study or in your studio you now have an important, useful tool to assist in take taking time laps photos
With the Polaroid timer remote control, you will find new ways to capture images that will expand your photographic creativity
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Most other brands have a straight connector that sticks out very far and it is very easy to break it when you shove the camera in your camera bag without disconnecting first. As a result, you pull all of the leads out of the connector and the connector shell remains stuck in the camera jack. I have killed about three intervalometers that way. The Polaroid brand's angled connector makes that much less likely, keeps the cable closer to the body and out of the way and if you use an L-bracket for your camera, it actually can remain plugged into the camera because the L-bracket protects the plug.
Layout is is the same as with many other off-brands. The one big advantage over the Nikon brand intervalometer is that this one counts the INTERval (inter=in-between) as 1 second, as it should be, not as exposure time plus one second. Another advantage over other brands is that the display is rather dim and doesn't blind you at night. Really well done in all respects.
This intervalometer works well with the new mirrorless Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras!
It is also great for single shots where you want a long exposure but want more control than might be offered by your camera directly. I have a Nikon D5100 which this complements nicely. You can get much tighter control over long exposures, as the resolution of the exposures are 1 sec. That may sound like a lot, but when you are talking about long exposures, I have found that sometimes the difference between 5 and 6 seconds can be the difference between something underexposed and something perfect.
My one complaint, and it didn't make me drop the review to 4 stars, is that there is no on/off button (so to speak). You just leave the batteries in there. They seem to last for months, so I suppose it is not terrible, but I'd still prefer to have it.
This shutter release does what the manufacturer says it will do. I expected more from the backlit screen. I'm sixty years old so my eyes are...sixty years old! :-) The green backlight is quite dim in the sunlight. Maybe an amber screen would be better. I don't always have the opportunity to pre-program indoors for multiple shots.
This is my only real complaint. I've used it only for photographing the eclipse of 2017 so far.
It is extremely handy. It is easy to program. The instructions are very clear and concise.
I would recommend this item with confidence.
Top reviews from other countries
Anyway, i have used for other long exposures & its quite intuitive to use, (good clear instructions included) id recommend gettin the hang of it in daylight as the display on this one doesn’t light up so have settings ready before heading out in dark....or remember to take a wee flash light along!
It looks and feels a bit cheap but it works just as described and I wouldn't go paying a lot of money when this will do the job just nicely. I wanted to try out timelapse on my Nikon D3200 but it's software is so basic that it didn't have the timer functionality inbuilt. This timer remote worked a treat for me.
One think I didn't like so I took 1 star off for is that the remote doesn't have a power switch, it stays on all the time once you put the batteries in. I think it really should have a power switch.