Timelapse controller for Canon DSLR Camera’s

by Staff February 18, 2017 at 12:56 pm

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  1. That looks very similar to the Energizer ENS-LCDU intervalometer I just bought at Best Buy. Works great with my
    Canon SX50 (bridge camera/high zoom). My camera has most of the features of a DSLR except interchangeable
    lenses and bulb.

  2. I bought a Bower model RCLC3R, but found I couldn't connect it to a Canon T3, so I made a modification to the RCLC3R. It works in all modes except video, so my next project will be to correct it. If interested, see my channel for video.

  3. Thank you!! This is my first time lapse and the last instruction video I watched said that 'length' was the length of time you wanted to shoot for. My shoot will take place over several days, so I cranked the number up…..aaand spent half a day before I realised it wasn't actually taking any photos! (I turned the sound off and left the room). I was ready to start banging my head against the wall when I found your video. All is not lost, I guess I should go and set it all up again…

  4. Hi Jack… I was wondering if there is a UNIVERSAL intervalometer (time-lapse device) that works for all the cameras…
    Also, should the camera have a "Remote control" terminal/Slot in order the intervalometer works? (I will appreciate your response)
    Rami

  5. Thanks for the great tutorial. Perhaps one big drawback for this controller is that it can't do fractions +/- of a second. For instance, after using time lapse calculator app to figure interval times, it said I would need to set to shoot every 1.25 seconds. This can't be done with this controller, as far as I can tell, since seconds are smallest time adjustment. Please let me know if there IS a way to do it. Thanks!

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