cable release


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cable release

[′kā·bəl ri′lēs]
(engineering)
A wire plunger to actuate the shutter of a camera, thus avoiding undesirable camera movement.
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If you have a camera with "T" on the shutter-speed dial, you don't need the cable release mentioned above.
The HLD-3 has a shutter release button located at its base to enable vertical shooting, a remote socket for use with the RM-CB1 Cable Release, and a standard tripod socket.
The People Project, which was organised by the Accord Group housing association, asked residents to pose in any way they wanted against a white backdrop and then snap themselves using a long cable release.
Lewis said he thinks he will have more chance for notice in the industry with the cable release than he would if ``Drunks'' had been released in art houses.
These new cables follow a series of angled HDMI cable releases, including 90[degrees] angled PVC, LSZH, and armored HDMI cables that are currently offered.
According to the Guardian, Assange believes that the jury in Virginia has already lodged a sealed indictment by which he could be arrested and extradited by Britain to US to face prosecution over charges of WikiLeaks cable releases.
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001min, as well as a number of accessories such as mounting lugs, pneumatic lifters, and cable releases.