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Shutter Cable Release


shutter cable release
    cable release
  • A cable attached to the shutter release of a camera, allowing the photographer to open the shutter without touching or moving the camera
  • Bulb, abbreviated B, is a shutter speed setting on an adjustable camera that allows for long exposure times under the direct control of the photographer. With this setting, the shutter simply stays open as long as the shutter release button remains depressed.
  • An accessory which allows remote triggering of the shutter.
  • A cable device used for releasing the shutter so that you do not have to touch the camera. Helps to reduce blur in light painting photography.
    shutter
  • Close (a business)
  • a hinged blind for a window
  • a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
  • close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"
  • Close the shutters of (a window or building)
shutter cable release - Precision Design
Precision Design GP-1 GPS Geotag Adapter Unit & Shutter Release Cord for Nikon D7000, D5100, D5000, D3100, D700, D300s, D300, D90, D3X, D3S, D3 Digital SLR Cameras
Precision Design GP-1 GPS Geotag Adapter Unit & Shutter Release Cord for Nikon D7000, D5100, D5000, D3100, D700, D300s, D300, D90, D3X, D3S, D3 Digital SLR Cameras
Geotags your image files as you shoot!
The Precision Design GP-1 GPS Geotag Unit is designed for select models of Nikon and Fujifilm FinePix DSLR cameras. It acquires longitude, latitude, elevation (altitude), and UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) information, and via the camera connecting cable, embeds it into to the metadata header (EXIF data) of an image file at the time of exposure.
This information can be immediately viewed on the "GPS Data" page (automatically created for all images that have been taken with the GP-1 enabled) when reviewing your images on your camera's LCD. In addition, when these images are subsequently uploaded to various photo sharing sites (e.g. Nikon's my Picturetown) or opened in various imaging programs (e.g. Nikon View NX), the location can be displayed by online map services (e.g. Google Earth).
The Precision Design GP-1 includes two connector cables (N1 & N3) that allow the GPS unit to be used with a variety of Nikon SLR cameras. It also comes with a bonus remote release cord that allows the user to fire the camera's shutter up to 3 feet (approx. 1m) away from the camera. It can significantly reduce camera shake to provide sharper images, especially when using telephoto lenses, shooting close-ups and when long exposures are required.
Key Features:
• Perfect for Nature Scientists; Photojournalists; Private Investigators; Real Estate Agents; Surveillance and Security Personnel; Travel Agents, Journalists, and Photographers; as well as all Photo Enthusiasts who want a record embedded in the image data of where and when a photo was taken
• Geotags your image files as you shoot
• Draws power from camera body battery – no separate batteries or charging needed
• Indicator confirms when signal is available
• Same features and functionality as the Nikon GP-1 – but also includes bonus remote shutter-release cord

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Brownie Flash Six-20, shutter release cable modification
Brownie Flash Six-20, shutter release cable modification
Finally, the Flash Six-20 is more hip & useful than the non-flash models! The 620 cameras use easily re-spooled 120 film. However, there is only one "snapshot" speed & the "bulb" setting requires the operator to hold the button down for the duration of the exposure. With no provision for a shutter release cable, longer exposures pretty much can't escape camera shake. The Flash Six-20 has on its front threaded mounts for the flash attachment. These mounts are unpowered (batteries are in the flash unit), & one is almost directly under the shutter release button. The flash mount under the shutter button is perfect for attaching a bracket for a shutter release cable. The bracket is a 2" x 3/4" piece of mild-ish aluminum cut from an aluminum door push plate bought at Home Depot. It's bent 90 degrees in the middle, & the locations for the holes for the attachment screw & the shutter cable are marked. The attachment screw is just one I had around that matched the thread of the flash attachment. The hole in the aluminum is drilled large enough to admit the screw. There's a small lockwasher under the screw head to keep it from turning easily when attached. The hole for the shutter release cable is more difficult because the thread of a shutter release cable is tapered. Drill the hole large enough to admit the first row of threads on the cable. Thread the cable on until it stops. Grab with vise grips the gnurled section of the cable above its threads, then turn the aluminum bracket carefully to thread it down into the soft aluminum. Easily attached, easily removed, long exposures on tripod or flat surface can be easily made by switching to "B", pressing the cable button, & using the cable stop on the cable release to keep the camera button depressed as long as desired.
Holga cable release
Holga cable release
Well technically not a cable release .... The 120FN has a bulb mode and tripod mount but unfortunately (and not surprisingly) no way to keep that shutter open. There are attachments available on ebay for mechanical cable releases and some people even use large "C" clamps. I thought of a much cheaper alternative. It costs nothing and is absolutely zero hassle. I call it the Shutter Wedgie. This piece of high tech high spec equipment was whittled out of a piece of dowel I had lying around. After i spent all of 2 minutes making this I thought that disposable chopsticks found at Japanese food restaurants would be the perfect size if people were not into "whittling". I just love whittling so this was the obvious choice. To be honest, the thought of someone not liking whittling is just ridiculous. Anyway, another idea is a chunk of pencil. The operating instructions are: push shutter and jam it in! To start the exposure take off the lens cap and to end the exposure put the cap back on. You don't even have to take it out to wind to the next frame if the cap is on. Drill a hole and attach it to the camera strap, paint it cool colors and write "tdub is the best!" on it. Minutes of whittling, hours of fun! I think it has great applications especially for night photography. Stay tuned for my "Gel holder" for those too broke to lay down the extra coin for the CFN with the color flash. Unfortunately that project requires no whittling....

shutter cable release
shutter cable release
Yongnuo RF-602N 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger/Wireless Shutter Release Tranceiver Kit for both flash speedlite and studio flashes,the flash sync speed is up to 1/250s for Nikon i-TTL COOLPIX8800,8400,P5000,P5100,P6000 with a cable
Main Functions
1. Wireless flash trigger: As a flash trigger, RF-602 trigger both flash speedlite and studio flashes, the flash sync speed is up to 1/250s
2. Wireless studio light trigger.
Warm note: This item has no such function as Wireless Shutter Release which needs a particular cable.

Specifications
* 2.4GHz band-16 selectable operating frequencies for eliminating interference
* The RF-602 transmitter/receiver pair may be used to trigger all studio flash units 3. employing a standard phone jack or mini phone jack sync input.
* 3.5mm mini phone jack and 6.35mm full size sync jack adapter are provided.
* Flash sync speed: 1/250s
* Transmitter distance: 100m
* Time of shooting: up to 20, 000 times (CR2 lithium battery)
* Receiver stand-by time: up to 45 hours(AAA battery)

Compatibility
Transmitter compatible with the device under flash trigger mode:
Canon EOS: 1D series, 5D series, 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D. 30D, 20D, 10D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 400D, 350D,1000D
Rebel T2i,T1i,XSi,XS,Xti,Xt,
Powershoe G10, G11,G12.
Receiver compatible with the device under flash trigger mode:
Canon Speedlite: 580EX II, 580EX, 430EX II, 430EX, 270EX, 220EX.

NOTE: Compatible with other brands flash (Wake up can only used in TTL Compatible flash)
NOTE:This can not be used on Nissin Di622 and can only support M mode on Nissin Di866.

Package Included:
1 x RE600TX transmitter
1 x RF602RX receiver
1 x sync cable with 6.35mm plug size
1 x adapter with 3.5mm plug size
2 x AAA battery for receiver
1 x CR2 Lithium battery for transmitter
1 x User Manual
1 x Cable

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