Whether you are in the studio or out in the field - the ShutterBoss Timer Remote for Nikon USB Connection from Vello provides photographers with an enhanced level of exposure control. Featuring specialized functionality such as: continuous shooting, long time exposures, and interval shooting - the ShutterBoss is a huge asset to keep in your magic bag of tricks. This particular ShutterBoss is compatible with cameras that have a DC-2 connection, IE: Nikon D90, D600, D3100, D3200, D5000, D5100 and D7000 DSLRs.
With the ShutterBoss you can set timer delays, exposure times and intervals up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in one-second increments. You can also select from 1 to 399 continuous shots or set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. Since you can set exposures without touching the camera you can capture clear, blur-free images. This remote has a 4-line backlit LCD status display for easy viewing and setting timer and exposure functions. The backlight can be locked to remain on when shooting in low lighting conditions.
- Compatible Cameras
- Nikon: D90, D600, D3100, D3200, D5000, D5100, D7000 and D7100; CoolPix P7800
- Timer Functions
- You can set the timer delays, exposure times, and intervals up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in one second increments.
- Exposure Functions
- The ShutterBoss enables you to select anywhere from one to 399 continuous shots, or you can set the device to take an unlimited number of photos.
- LCD Display
- The four-line backlit LCD display panel gives you a visual reference so you can enable the following functions: self-timer, exposure, interval, and number of shots. It also is a status indicator for battery life, timer functions, lock indicator, number of shots, and more.
- Audible Beep
- The ShutterBoss will give you an audible beep for the last three seconds of a countdown delay or interval. It will also beep to confirm your settings. The beep can be turned off if necessary.
- Long Battery Life
- Powered by two "AAA" batteries, it can last for about 60 days of continuous shooting with intervals of five minutes and exposures of 4 minutes, 56 seconds. When left on standby, it can last for up to 2 years.