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By Skyler B. on March 13, 2018
Yes it can. It is meant to be used as a timer for time lapse photography but can be used as a shutter release if you hold the button down
By cygnus on July 8, 2017
Yes you can. I've used it on my D3200 Nikon.
By Breanna H. on May 9, 2018
Have a chat with your local Google and he'll show you all kinds of video's or sites committed to explaining how to work the unit. Sometimes getting a good book on your specific camera will explain how an intervalometer can be used.
By Tommy D on April 19, 2018
yes, it can also work on nikon d7100
By Mayuko Asou on April 9, 2018
yes. it can also work on NIKON D5200
By Alastair on March 10, 2018
The batteries last a very long time; so far, I've never changed them and I've used it for at least four week-long projects.
By Robert Walen on February 15, 2018
It is not wireless. It comes with a spring cord that extends to maybe 3 feet.
By Robert L. Hooke on February 7, 2018
I'm hoping you incorrectly typed in the time frame your looking for. This (and almost all) intervalometers have a minimum of 1 second, nothing less. If you want the shutter to fire in less than a second use your burst mode. Because of the burst limit (100 in the D90 if conditions are perfect) and buffering in the D9… see more I'm hoping you incorrectly typed in the time frame your looking for. This (and almost all) intervalometers have a minimum of 1 second, nothing less. If you want the shutter to fire in less than a second use your burst mode. Because of the burst limit (100 in the D90 if conditions are perfect) and buffering in the D90 the use of an intervalometer would be senseless. see less
By Tommy D on January 27, 2018
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November 20, 2017
Acheté pour faire de la pose longue avec mes boîtiers Pentax (K5 et K3), cet intervallomètre répond tout à fait à mes attentes.L'appareil, très simple d'utilisation, propose 4 fonctions : Télécommande manuelle, retardateur, pose longue et time lapse. Astuce : Cette télécommande n'a pas d'interrupteur général et malgré la mise en veille, les piles s'usent. Plutôt que d'enlever complètement les piles (et de s'apercevoir sur le terrain qu'on a oublié de les remettre...), il suffit d'insérer entre le - de l'une des pile et le ressort-contact dans le boîtier, une petite languette de papier. Pour mettre l'appareil sous tension il suffit juste d'enlever cette languette (qu'on laisse à demeure dans le boîtier) pour rétablir le contact électrique.
By T. Dengler
May 18, 2017
I've played with this device using 2 Nikons and it appears to do everything I expected it to do. I have yet to try long term time lapse but my intent was for some short term time lapse, such as over several hours. I have used it to trigger other devices, such as wireless flash and/or camera triggers and that could be a possibility in the future, but for now it does what I wanted it to do. I know a lot of people mentioned the need for an off switch, which this does not have. I will see if sitting around for some time without being used will drain the batteries.
May 16, 2017
I've been using this Voltrox Intervalometer for some time now. I use it for my night photography timelapses and it works like a charm. I haven't found an intervalometer anywhere else that can beat this price and it performs just as described. This product allows you to set how long the shutter is open for, the delay in between taking photos, and the number of photos that you want it to take. Without it, I wouldn't be able to take star timelapses, so for that I'm extremely grateful. I highly recommend getting yourself one of these. It poses a great tool for beginners and/or intermediate to advanced photographers.
April 9, 2017
Comes with a coiled removable cable with a 90 degree bend on the end that connects to the intervalometer, useful if the camera connector breaks though the version I got seems robust. Doesn't have an on/off switch so the batteries have to be removed if the remote won't be used for a long time. Works in Aperture, Shutter priority and Manual modes. Works as a shutter release when the batteries are out. You don't need to have batteries in to trigger the camera shutter in order to avoid blurry shots. I did get tripped up since I had my camera set to have AutoExposure locked when the shutter was half pressed. This prevented the camera from changing the aperture settings in Shutter priority mode so my shots were overexposed as the light got brighter.
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By Robert Walen
August 11, 2017
This works exactly as expected - absolutely necessary if you're planning to do timelapse photography. You could use the 'on-board' timelapse function on your Nikon 5100, but you'd be limited to 999 pictures; this unit will trigger indefinitely. FYI - I got this from a seller in China, so it took a few weeks to arrive (literally a slow boat from China), but I wasn't in a hurry considering it cost about 20% what Nikon charges for a unit that looks nearly identical and has same function.
July 7, 2017
By Nick Peters
May 16, 2017
This was a great timer for time lapse etc. Had a very solid, metal/glass feel to it. Unfortunately one drip onto a tile floor was all it took to take it out of the game. Cant fault it for that as it certainly wasn't intended to be abused. Having had several in the past before it and one since it it did seem a bit less than the others as far as toughness and longevity. Still a good product.
November 25, 2015
I wish the LED box would light up. When using at night to take timelapse astrophotography I need a light to set it and check on it. Other than that it worked fine on my Nikon D3300 to take multiple shots per my settings. Also the battery never shuts off so that is another annoying feature. So if you don't want the battery to die then you need to take it out. Other than that it does what it is supposed to do.
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