cable release


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cable release

n
(Photography) a short length of flexible cable, used to operate the shutter of a camera without shaking it
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FM has, to varying degrees, need for installation, commissioning, cable release and related support services in technology areas.
The units feature a front-end bump-and-dump function with pull cable release, allowing the 70-degree dump angle to automatically return to the upright position.
The camera incorporates an electronic shutter mode to eliminate vibrations, and special long-exposure M modes of up to 15 minutes without the need of a cable release.
TO CLEAN MY CABLE RELEASE, SIMPLY USE A MOISTENED CLOTH OR SOFT BRUSH TO SWEEP AWAY LOOSE DIRT.
Most modern cameras skip the traditional cable release connection, which was useful for shooting shake-free long exposure pictures.
We recommend a cable release and a small aperture as well.
According to one cable release, he was mulling after just six months of the 2008 general elections to replace the freshly elected government with that of technocrats.
A new remote port for the MC-DC1 electronic cable release (optional) allows users to trigger the camera and hold the shutter open via an electronic cable release.
When the platform exits the aircraft, parachutes open and 20 feet of steel cable release through a pulley system.
Residuals for repeats, foreign or cable release in some cases are based on a percentage of the show's licensing fee.
In Shot in the Dark, 1996, she wears a dress coated with luminous emulsion, then activates a handheld flashgun or banks of blinding flashlights around the stage via a cable release in her mouth.
Add a totally dark room and "B" (or "T") setting, a tripod, a hand-held cable release and a few 5" flashlights, and you can make magic