Shutter Release Button

shutter release button
    shutter release button
  • the shutter-release button on a digital camera must be pressed in two steps to lock exposure and focus and to help prevent camera shake
  • The button that releases the shutter and ``fires'' the camera. Many shutter release buttons have two stages-slight pressure actuates the meter or autofocus system (or both), further pressure fires the shutter.
shutter release button - Wallmonkeys Peel
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DIY remote, Shutter release
DIY remote, Shutter release
I have to tell you all, that I was so sick and tired of those “last two second” Eblah remotes, that I just had to make my own. I am by no means the first to have done this, I actually got the wiring diagram from the flickr DIY group, but I am actually so proud of this effort. WHY so proud? I hear you ask… Well it took we two weeks for a variety of reasons and two weeks on a project for me is remarkable due to my very short attention span ;-) WHY did it take two weeks? I hear you ask… OK. I have fingers that resemble elbows; I mean I have big hands. No I truly do. Also my eye sight is not the best even with glasses, which is sad because I was told that if I didn’t stop various activities many years ago I’d go blind… ROFL. Joke hehehe So doing a solder job like this for we is like trying to tread a small needle with a broom stick... Right Oh then. After building the first one, “ IT DIDN’T WORK!!!!! ”… I put it down to my overly generous digits and un-generous eye sight causing bad soldering and short circuits. So I threw it to the back of my desk and forgot about it till this morning. After pulling it apart and testing it with a multimeter, I find that my workmanship was OK and that one of the switches that the 15yo rocket scientist at the electronics shop sold me was “PUSH OFF” and NOT “PUSH ON”….. DOH!!!!! OK replaced the switch. So there we have it. I am now the proud owner of a DIY shutter release complete with focus button. I will now go through the box of bits I bought for two more varieties that I had in mind with slight variations. So pending a lot less solder burns and having the right bits for the job, you may see my next efforts towards “budget photography” in a few weeks. Hehehehehe Bye :-)
Moon Gear - (Waning Crescent - January 13, 2010)
Moon Gear - (Waning Crescent - January 13, 2010)
Part of my Moon Project, to shoot a moon a day for a month. I jinxed myself. In yesterday's moonshot, I talked about being lucky that the weather has cooperated every night (and day) so far for this project.... As I was waiting for the clouds to clear this morning right before sunrise (and just after the moonrise) and just hoping, hoping I could get the last Waning Crescent (tomorrow is a New Moon), it started raining! My first thought was, It's January and it's raining.... well at least its not snow! (I lived twenty years in the Rockies, still do part-time). Now I am just bummed. No moon shot today... So, as I was thinking about what to shoot instead... I busted out the old Nikon Coolpix, my trusted backup camera. In fact the first half of my photostream to this point was taken with my now 'backup camera' and today used it to take a picture of my 'Moon Gear'. This is the exact setup I have been using to shoot the moon for this project. I only started using the tripod and remote shutter-release about two days ago. Until then I was taking all my shots hand-held.... same setup exactly, just no tripod or remote button.

shutter release button
shutter release button
Remote Shutter Release for Canon Rebel XT, XTi, XSi, XS, T1i, EOS 1000D/450D/400D/350D/300D, Pentax Super/K100D/K110D/ *ist Ds2 / *ist D / *ist Ds / *ist / *ist DL, Samsung GX-20/GX-10/GX-1L GX-1S, + Many More!
New Shutter Release Remote Control Cord for Canon Cameras

Remote Cord for Canon RS-60E3, 3 Feet (91cm), Black

It adds greater convenience and ease in many shooting situations
Easily plug this remote switch into your camera and turn your camera on
The release button reacts fast and fine.
Lock the button for long exposures or continuous shooting.
Two-stage release button: Halfway pressing for auto-focus, complete pressing for taking pictures.
*Press it halfway to activate the auto-focus.
*Press it completely to shoot. Slide to lock. Press and slide it to lock the shutter for Bulb Mode photography.
Avoid Camera Vibration = Sharper pictures!
Since you can trigger the shutter without touching the camera body, it can avoid camera vibration, thus resulting in sharper pictures.
No batteries are needed.

Compatible with:
Canon (Replacement for RS-60E3)
EOS Digital Rebel
Digital Rebel (aka 300D)
Rebel T1i (aka 500D)
Rebel XT (aka 350D)
Rebel XTi (aka 400D
Rebel XS (aka 1000D & Kiss F)
Rebel XSi (aka 450D & Kiss X2)
EOS Kiss/New Kiss/Kiss 7/Kiss III
Rebel 2000, Rebel G, Rebel G II, Rebel T1, Rebel T2, Rebel T2i
PowerShot G10/G11
Pentax (Replacement for CS-205) K10D/K110D/K100D/K20D/K200D/KM
*ist D/DS/DS2/DL/DL2/K10
MZ-6, MZ-L, ZX-L
Hasselblad: H/H1/H2/H2D/H1D
Contax: 645/Nl/Nx/N/N Digital/LA-50
Samsung: GX-20 GX-10 GX-1L GX-1

Model: RS-60E3
Qty: 1 piece
Length of cord: 91 cm ( 3 ft. approx. )
Shutter release button: Dual Stage Button (halfway / complete)
Button lock: Available, Slide Style
Accessory ONLY, camera not included