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5.0 out of 5 stars Great use of time, 17 Aug. 2013
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This review is from: QUMOX Time lapse intervalometer remote timer shutter for Canon DSLR 650D 600D 700D Camera (Camera)
Really easy to follow instructions and simple screen display make time lapse so much easier to do. All you really need to do is work out what you are taking shots off and how fast they/it is moving and then calculate how fast you want the playback to be in intervals of 1 per second - 99hrs.

For anyone who is either a complete novice or intermediate this one is for you, it even comes with its own AAA batteries. So far my Canon 650D with a fully recharged battery, set up the intervelometer for 1 second delay lasted for 2hrs and 11 mins before the camera battery died - the intervelometer battery still keeps on going strong, though I take a second set just in case as I've had so much use and enjoyment out of it.
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Initial post: 16 Dec 2013, 17:56:56 GMT
Sourav B says:
Hi, thanks for the review. Had a doubt. The description of the product says that Exposure Count is upto maximum 399. Whereas you said "set up the intervelometer for 1 second delay lasted for 2hrs and 11 mins"....which comes to 2*60*60 + 11*60 = 7860 exposures. Am I missing something here?
The 399 does sound a bit on the low side imho.

Posted on 31 Dec 2013, 12:44:47 GMT
Since you received yours it seems it no longer comes with it's own batteries. I ordered mine which has arrived this morning and it was disappointing to find there was no batteries. I would have had some ready if I had known there wasn't going to be any.

Only mentioning in case anyone else orders and thinks it comes with batteries.
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