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01-30-2008, 01:20 AM   #16
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I had to google "intervalometer"

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Hi Gimbal

Re your comment:

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As I recall it its only a matter of press and hold until the required number of photos are taken.
When pressing & holding the shutter, the chances of inducing camera shake enter into the equation !

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Auto Exposure Bracketing helps a lot with HDRI, since the less you have to touch -- and possibly move the camera -- between exposures, the better aligned the photos will be when they merge. As for burst, the quicker it's captured, the less chance there will be of moving objects in the scene -- a challenge in HDR processing
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QuoteOriginally posted by Confused Quote
When pressing & holding the shutter, the chances of inducing camera shake enter into the equation !
IR Remote.
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Or a cable release, I use a homebuilt version myself. Very useful with long lenses as well.

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well I guess ppl won't want to spend extra $ for remote or build a cable release, then that is a great thing for them. Living in Canada, I don't think I can live without the IR remote or cable release while taking some pic of the stars in winter. ( yes I have both )
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QuoteOriginally posted by m8o Quote
One of the great things I had heard [read] about the TS110 cable method is the ability to set-up trap focus on a point in space, set the shutter release, leave home, go to work, whatever, and have the shot (multi-shots?) taken when something like a humming bird flies into the focus zone.
High hopes for me that this Intervalometer will enable that capability like the cable.
You can do that with any Pentax dsrl (and any Pentax AF reflex) and a normal cable release. I use one of the cheap Honk Kong ones.
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