WHAT’S AN ‘IN­TER­VAL­OME­TER’?

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An ‘in­ter­val­ome­ter’, or ‘re­mote timer’, is a pro­gram­mable elec­tronic shut­ter re­lease that al­lows you to take a se­quence of many pho­to­graphs au­to­mat­i­cally. Some cam­eras have a rudi­men­tary in­ter­val­ome­ter as a fea­ture within the cam­era menu, while ded­i­cated ex­ter­nal de­vices and firmware add-ons boast more so­phis­ti­cated set­tings.

Self-timer

When the shut­ter opens

In­ter­val timer

How fre­quently the shut­ter opens

Long-ex­po­sure

Shut­ter stays open

Ex­po­sure count

How many ex­po­sures the cam­era will make in to­tal

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