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Cable Release Modes


Cable Release Modes

-- Triggertrap Mobile has a range of cable release modes.

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Cable Release Modes


Cable Release Modes

-- Triggertrap Mobile has a range of cable release modes.

Ah, cable release modes. The staple of any good, well, cable release. Luckily for you, Triggertrap Mobile has a bundle of handy cable release modes! These are perfect for ensuring super sharp shots, luscious ludicrously long exposures and for counting down to take the perfect self portrait.

Simple Cable Release

Tap the big red button to take a picture

Quick Release

Push and hold the red button, then release button to take a picture

Press and Hold¹ 

Touch to the red button to start the exposure, release to stop

Press and Lock¹

Touch to start, touch to stop

Timed Release¹

Choose your shutter speed

Self Timer

Photo in 3...2...1...

¹ - These modes require the camera to be set to bulb. Most cameras supported by Triggertrap Mobile have this function, however a few do not. If you're unsure, please check your camera's user manual

Cover photo by Triggertrap user Brian van Daal

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Timelapse Modes


Timelapse Modes

 -Triggertrap mobile is perfect for timelapse

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Timelapse Modes


Timelapse Modes

 -Triggertrap mobile is perfect for timelapse

What's better than triggering the camera once I hear you ask? Triggering the camera multiple times, of course! Triggertrap Mobile's array of terrific timelapse modes make shooting timelapse simple. There are also some pretty neat features such as TimeWarp (you'll want to do this again and again) for speeding up and slowing down time, DistanceLapse for perfect road trip timelapses, and more!

Timelapse

Type in your interval (gap between shots) and hit the red button to start.

TimeWarp

Like timelapse, but with added acceleration.

DistanceLapse 

Uses the GPS on your phone to trigger your camera based on distance travelled. Neat, huh? 
This mode is perfect for road trip timelapses.

Star Trail¹

Set the number of exposures, exposure time, and the interval. This mode gives extreme exposure control and allows you to create perfect star trail shots every time.

Bramping¹

Bulb ramping timelapses for everyone! Perfect for nailing the day to night, or night to day timelapse. Set your start and end exposure, number of exposures and interval and the Bramping mode takes care of the hard bit for you.

 

¹ - These modes require the camera to be set to bulb. Most cameras supported by Triggertrap Mobile have this function, however a few do not. If you're unsure, please check your camera's user manual

Cover photo by Triggertrap user Adam King

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Sensor Modes


Sensor Modes

  - the Triggertrap Mobile sensor modes.

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Sensor Modes


Sensor Modes

  - the Triggertrap Mobile sensor modes.

Trigger your camera with sound, motion, vibration or face detection with the awesome sensor modes build in to the Triggertrap Mobile app.

Sound Sensor

Trigger your camera using sound, perfect for remote selfies or high speed photography.

Vibration Sensor¹

Use the accelerometer on your iOS device to trigger the camera based on vibration.

 

Peekaboo¹

Use face detection to trigger the camera! Set the number of faces that need to be in shot and then your iOS device will trigger your DSLR as soon as it sees enough faces.

Motion Sensor¹

Use the camera on the iOS device to look out for motion and trigger your DSLR as soon as there is enough movement. 

¹ - These modes are only available on the iOS version of the Triggertrap Mobile App. They are not available on Android, sorry folks.

Cover photo by Triggertrap user David Hopley

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LE HDR Modes


LE HDR Modes

- Triggertrap Mobile's LE HDR modes

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LE HDR Modes


LE HDR Modes

- Triggertrap Mobile's LE HDR modes

LE HDR? That's long exposure high dynamic range! It's like a normal HDR with multiple bracketed shots, but specifically designed for shooting long exposures.

LE HDR¹

Long exposure HDR sets. Set your middle exposure, the EV step and the number of exposures and Triggertrap Mobile takes care of the rest.

LE HDR Timelapse¹

Like LE HDR, but with timelapse. Set the middle exposure, interval and EV step and Triggertrap Mobile will capture brackets of three shots, perfect for timelapse.

¹ - These modes require the camera to be set to bulb. Most cameras supported by Triggertrap Mobile have this function, however a few do not. If you're unsure, please check your camera's user manual. The minumum shutter speed available on the LE HDR mode is 1/15 as a result of this.

Cover photo by Triggertrap user Roy Vermelis.

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The Extras


The Extras

 - Triggertrap's wireless modes and calculators

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The Extras


The Extras

 - Triggertrap's wireless modes and calculators

If cable release, timelapse, sensor and LE HDR modes weren't enough, we've got a few extras up our sleeve!

Wearables

If you're a Pebble or Apple Watch owner, this is the mode for you.
Use your smartwatch to trigger your DSLR with the Wearables mode. 
 

Wi-Fi

Connect two smart devices together over a Wi-Fi network for the ultimate remote trigger.

 

ND Calculator

Working out what your exposure needs to be with an ND filter has never been easier.
Type in your base shutter speed and select your ND filter and our calculator does the maths!

Solar Calculator

The solar calculator gives you info about the next sunrise and sunset. Handy right?