February 8th, 2011, 02:46 AM #1
Remote Control and Time Lapse Recording for Digital Camerase
Remote Control Type: ML-L3 infra-red
Canon EOS 300D, 350D, 400D, Digital Rebel, Digital Rebel XT, Digital Rebel XTi, Rebel T1, Rebel T2
PowerShot G-Series G1, G2, G3, G5, G6
PowerShot Pro-Series Pro 90 IS, Pro1
PowerShot S-Series / Digital ELPH S1 IS, S60, S70
Nikon CoolPix 8400, 8800
D-Series D40, D40x, D50, D70, D70s, D80
Pentax ist Series ist D, ist DS, ist DS2
K Series K100D, K10D, K110D
Optio 330, 430, 550, 750z, A10, A20, A30, S, S4, S40, S4i, S50, S5i, S5n, S6, S7, SV
E-Bay Link, if sold out, search for New ML-L3 or check Amazon.com: Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more
Olympus RM-2 Remote Control
Digital SLR, E-1. E-3, E-30, E-300 E-330, E-400 E-410 E-420 E-450, E-5, E-500
E-510 E-520. E-600 E-620
C Series, C2000 C2020 C2040 C2100 C2500 C3000 C3030 C3040 C4040 C50
C5000 C5050 C5060 C60 C7000 C7070 C730 C750 C755 C770 C8080
Mju Series µ300 µ400 µ410 µ500 µ800
Olympus RM-2 Remote Control
Yong Nuo Wireless Remote Shutter
Canon EOS Digital SLR, 1D, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark III
EOS 1Ds, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds Mark III. EOS 5D, 5D Mark II, 7D
EOS 10D 20D 30D, 40D,50D, EOS D30 D60 D2000
Canon EOS Film SLR EOS 1V 1VHS 3
Wireless Remote Shutter or search ebay, amazon etc
Universal Infrared Wireless IR Remote Control for Digital SLR Camera
Canon EOS 450D / 400D / 350D / 300D / 7D / 5D Mark II
REBEL XT / XTi / XSi / T1i / T2i
Powershot G1 / G2 / G3 / G5 / G6
Nikon D90 / D80 / D70S / D70 / D60 / D50 / D40 / D40X / D5000/ D3000
F75 / F65 / F55 / N65 / N75 / 8400 / 8800 / P6000
Pentax K10D / K100 / Optio S4 / S5 / S6 / 330 / 430 / 550 / 555 / 60 /750
Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 / F100 / F200 / F300 / F414 / F404
Universal Infrared Wireless IR Remote
Remote Control for Nikon Canon Pentax Olympus
For DSLR's click for your's
Amazon's Link for a few more remotes
Universal Remotes at Amazon
Some more, different types etc at Amazon
Most digital cameras must have the remote control mode activated on the camera for the remote to function. Check your reference manual to ensure it is enabled before trying the remote.
Now that you know some cameras will take a IR remote, search ebay, amazon, google it whatever.
Last edited by Richard Cranium; February 17th, 2011 at 01:00 PM. Reason: Title Change
February 16th, 2011, 07:57 PM #2
Time Lapse Recording and Remotes for older cameras.
Please note that some of the "Time Lapse" recording methods are merely timed still frames that are made into mpeg or some other movie mode by use of software, not internal to the camera.
A side note here, for my old Nikon Coolpix 4800 3mp camera there is a IR remote for it, ML-L3 infra-red
Many other older cameras accept IR Remotes. Google for your application.
Also in the following links please Make Note that "some" are Wired Remotes
Also some for "Time Lapse" are hardwired to your computer for storage.
There is "Time Lapse" software for many old Casio Digiatal Cameras, freeware, Windows 98/NT4 (possibly Win2K and Me) and the Palm OS
Works on Casio Model's
Remote contro & Time Lapsel for Casio QV digital cameras
For Other Cameras besides Casio ->>
Camera Software, Camera Control/Download
Casio and Other digital camera remote control related links
Steves Digicams SEARCH RESULTS: Time Lapse
Make a Time-Lapse Movie From Digital Photos Here are some other programs that you can use to animate your photos:
* Animagic GIF Animator (free trial, $29 to keep)
* IrfanView (free)
* Ulead GIF Animator (about $45)
Many older units may accept a IR Remote. My Nikon 4800 is not listed on the main page for it's remote, I found it by searching by my particular camera.
Remember a IR Remote requires "Line of Sight" and is limited severely in range, as opposed to a RF remote..
If you are in the picture, set the camera for "Delay" click the remote and pocket it
Last edited by Richard Cranium; February 16th, 2011 at 07:59 PM.
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