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Question about external intervalometer

1 minute ago, Yatys 93 said:

sorry should have mentioned that, I have a canon 1300D and a Pixel TW-283 remote.

Looks like it connects over the jack plug, and that's a simple short to indicate a half or full press. No feedback as far as I'm aware.

 

1 minute ago, Yatys 93 said:

so in theory as soon as the camera is back on it will just carry on like nothing happened?

The device will just keep sending out the signal for as long as you set it for, until it runs out of power itself.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

very quick one that google isn't helping with, if I am using an external intervalometer for a time lapse, if the camera battery dies, does the remote get an error as the camera doesn't respond to the signal, or just it just keep sending the signal so it will just pick up once the battery is changed?

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Depends on the camera, but the basic interfaces are usually dumb and there is no feedback from camera out.


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Just now, porina said:

Depends on the camera, but the basic interfaces are usually dumb and there is no feedback from camera out.

sorry should have mentioned that, I have a canon 1300D and a Pixel TW-283 remote.

 

so in theory as soon as the camera is back on it will just carry on like nothing happened?

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1 minute ago, Yatys 93 said:

sorry should have mentioned that, I have a canon 1300D and a Pixel TW-283 remote.

Looks like it connects over the jack plug, and that's a simple short to indicate a half or full press. No feedback as far as I'm aware.

 

1 minute ago, Yatys 93 said:

so in theory as soon as the camera is back on it will just carry on like nothing happened?

The device will just keep sending out the signal for as long as you set it for, until it runs out of power itself.


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Just now, porina said:

Looks like it connects over the jack plug, and that's a simple short to indicate a half or full press. No feedback as far as I'm aware.

 

The device will just keep sending out the signal for as long as you set it for, until it runs out of power itself.

ok perfect thank you!

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