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05-16-2014, 07:12 PM   #16
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Next time, bring a kitchen timer. I'm sure it will work

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QuoteOriginally posted by Michael Piziak Quote
I think a cheap wireless remote would be a solution here also. Push the button once the shutter opens. Come back any time and close the shutter by pushing it again.
+1. You have to trigger from the front arc (below to avoid the lens). Good chance that cheap IR remotes intended for other brands might work too, according to a sales assistant I spoke to.
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