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Mastering the Intervalometer: Time-lapse & Long Exposure Photography with Vello Shutterboss
Vello Vignette: Timelapse w/ BT Shutterboss on NYC's Highline Park
Remotely trigger your camera's shutter with the Bluetooth ShutterBoss Advanced Intervalometer from Vello. The intervalometer works with most Nikon DSLR cameras, and allows you to control your camera from a compatible iOS smart device. In addition to the intervalometer mode, you can also trigger the shutter in single shot mode, continuous mode, bulb mode, or self-timer mode.
The Bluetooth ShutterBoss is ideal for shooting time lapse videos, star trails, or any other image where you need to remotely trigger your camera. Remotely triggering your camera can help capture sharp images by preventing you from actually pressing the shutter button on the camera. The iOS app makes it easy to set all of your required settings for the given situation, upload them to the ShutterBoss, and let the trigger do the rest.
Whether it's for simple shutter release, extended self-timer options, continuous shooting, long exposures, or time-lapse shooting, the Bluetooth ShutterBoss is the ideal tool for the job.
Wireless Bluetooth Communication
Utilizing Bluetooth radio frequency to communicate with apple devices, you can wirelessly program the intervalometer and trigger the camera.
This device allows you to schedule up to 10 shooting sessions for anytime in the future.
To set the intervalometer and trigger the camera shutter, simply download the free Vello Bluetooth ShutterBoss app from the App Store on your compatible Apple device.
Intervalometer mode allows you to choose the duration of a time lapse, how many shots are in the time lapse, and the interval between exposures. You set the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and focus in-camera before starting your time lapse.
The ShutterBoss can also act as a standard wireless shutter release. From the home page of the app you can choose between single mode, continuous mode, bulb mode, and self-timer mode. Each mode has its own button that swipes to the right to trigger the shutter.