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You may have been attracted to Time-lapse movies. In such movies, everything seems to move very fast, and what we see there is something we never encounter in the real world. These movies are made by shooting each frame very slowly. Before digital cameras, Time-lapse movies could be created only by the professionals.
With "DSLR Universal Interval IR Remote", your digital SLR camera can be used to shoot Time-lapse movies. The remote fires IR command to "shoot" automatically at set intervals over certain time. And it can get you thousands of pictures, which you can combine to create your time-lapse movie.
The IR command is compatible with most of the popular DSLR models in the market. You do not have to configure it.
- Description in Japanese, but the pictures may help.
You have to solder the contained IR LED to the main board. The main board is pre-soldered.
You have to provide the power via the Micro USB receptacle on the board. Instead, you may want to run by two 1.5 V batteries (3.0 V). If you want to do that, prepare the batteries and battery holder by yourself and solder power lines to the pads on the board marked as "+" and "-" near "BATTERY".
Listed below are the compatible DSLR makers and models.
- Canon: 7S, 7, 10, 55, 100P, 100, Kiss 7, Kiss 5, Kiss Lite, Kiss III L, Kiss III, IX E, 5D Mk II, 7D, Kiss DX, Kiss X2, Kiss X3, Kiss X4, Kiss DN
- Nikon: D40, D50, D60, D70, D80, D90, D3000, D5000, Nikon 1 J1
- OLYMPUS: E-30, E-3, E-410, E-520, E-620
- Pentax: K-5, K-x, K-m, K-r, K-01, K20D/10D, K200D/100D, *ist DS/DL, Compact Digital Camera with IR Remote
- Sony: α55, α230, α380, α550, α700, α900, NEX-5, NEX-7
- Sigma: SD14, SD15 (ch1 only)