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.
FM has a varying extent the need for additional resources regarding maintenance, engineering support, project management, project planning and documentation services, installation, commissioning and cable release in the technological areas.
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.
I made a simple mechanism to attach the camera's cable release to the platform.
When a belt flap or tear, or a foreign obstructio has pierced a conveyor belt, the cable releases the activation ball from its protective socket and trips the device.
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.
Cable releases usually screw into the shutter button.