intervalometer


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intervalometer

[‚in·tər·və′läm·əd·ər]
(ordnance)
An electrical device used in bombing, by which data is preset in order to drop a desired number of bombs at a constant predetermined interval.

intervalometer

i. A device connected to an automatic camera, which can be preset to make exposures at a desired constant interval of time.
ii. An electronic device used in bombing, by which data are preset to drop a desired number of bombs at a preset interval.
iii. Any device that may be set to accomplish automatically a series of like actions at constant predetermined intervals.
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Rob discovered early on that his intervalometer was running fast.
Once you've chosen your subject, program your digital intervalometer for the required exposures.
The camera's internal intervalometer snapped a bracketed set of exposures every 5 minutes for the multi-hour duration of the eclipse.
Other essential features include pre-record; an intervalometer function that can be set for up to 24 hours, programmable User Buttons; a Smart Battery interface for recording up to four hours with a 5400mA battery; metadata recording; and a wireless infrared remote controller.
Less well publicized is the K-3 IPs built-in intervalometer, which offers the option of shooting multiple images and then stack them automatically within the camera.
Built-in Intervalometer for advanced timer shooting
Nightscape photographers will love the camera's high-ISO performance, built-in intervalometer, time-lapse functions, electronic front curtain shutter, and "virtual horizon" settings.
The intervalometer function can be used with the built-in flash as well as with EX-series Speedlites.
In that case, set INT to no more than 1 to 5 seconds, assuming you are also using the intervalometer to set the exposure, with the camera itself on Bulb.
Strategic Technology designed and produced the complete Stores Management System for the German and Italian versions of the Tornado, as well as the Air-to-Air Missile Unit, Gun Electronic Units and the MW1 Intervalometer Control System.
The author shot the scene above in Arches National Park, Utah, using the Canon EOS 6D DSLR, 14-mm lens, and intervalometer pictured at right.
It also connects directly to your DSLR, acting as a programmable intervalometer to take time-lapse images and videos.