shutter release


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shutter release

The button on an analog or digital camera that is pressed to take the picture. See shutter speed, shutter lag and shutter.
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Then this appeared and the shutter release went wild!
The 23MP main camera not only gives you clear shots, but also super-fast start-up going from standby to capture in 0.6seconds at the touch of a dedicated shutter release button, ensuring you are ready to take the perfect shot whenever it might strike.
The 23MP main camera not only gives clear shots, but also superfast start-up - going from standby to capture in 0.6seconds at the touch of a dedicated shutter release button.
To take a good photograph of the moon, use a proper camera on a tripod with remote shutter release. Use the Looney 11 rule to get correct exposures.
The D810a connects to your computer via a USB 3.0 interface and can also accept Nikon's proprietary 10-Pin shutter release cables.
ooso ,tooso , tuts au, who's fired several volleys before I've even touched the shutter release. "Sort yourself out!" Lesson number one: with wildlife, you have to be quick.
Lastly, whether the photographer used a remote shutter release or not is lost to history.
Essential use of a tripod, BULB setting exposure, Neutral Density filter and a remote shutter release cable help capture this beautiful landscape."
Voice Selfie removes the need for awkward hand contortions by enabling the user to trigger the shutter release with a simple command.
You can launch the camera mode by sliding the camera icon from the lock screen, by pressing down on the shutter release for one second or by opening the app directly.
The local youngsters were invited to sit on the chair and take a photograph by squeezing a rubber bulb connected to the camera's shutter release.
The anti-shake shutter release will wait until the camera is steady enough to take a sharp picture before it fires the shutter.