self-timer


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self-timer

[′self ′tīm·ər]
(engineering)
A device that delays the tripping of a camera shutter so that the photographer can be included in the photograph.
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Technology offers alternatives to using the self-timer approach.
His self-timer fires after that period, giving Minkkinen time to get into the photo or to trip a long cable release and throw it out of camera range before the shutter snaps.
Asha 200 has a camera of 2 megapixels/4 x digital zoom with full screen viewfinder, self-timer and still image editor.
The images were used on the couple's 1968 album 'Unfinished Music No 1: Two Virgins', and were taken by them on a self-timer.
Mount it to your wakeboard with the included waterproof housing to shoot crisp, wide-angle HD video starring your favorite idol, or snap some high-resolution pictures in auto-photo, three-photo burst or self-timer modes.
You can even give it a wink while using the self-timer and your flirty gesture will trigger its shutter.
Taken with the camera's self-timer, it shows her on a New Year's Day outing with husband Nick and children Tom and Charlotte.
After setting the self-timer, she then took a seat on her living room couch and leaned into the camera.
And just so you know, any picture showing a view toward a muzzle area is taken with a camera on a tripod and a self-timer.
Features include 64MB of internal memory that can be expanded via the SD card slot, built-in flash and self-timer, a high-quality 1.
3 megapixel camera with 4X digital zoom, multi-shot, self-timer, frames and effects and a video player supporting MP4 and 3GP.