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Post Timelapse+ vs Trigger Happy vs TriggerTrap v1/ Mobile
I recently ordered the Timelapse+ intervaometer but recently found out about TriggerTrap v1. I did give money towards Trigger Happy but took it back because I realized I did not wan my phone dedicated to that function when out. What do you guys think is the best option out there? One thing that TriggerTrap v1 has that others do not is a laser to trigger the camera when it is broken.


Mon Apr 30, 2012 5:50 pm
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Post Re: Timelapse+ vs Trigger Happy vs TriggerTrap v1/ Mobile
It all depends on your needs. Timelapse+ is supposed to have bramping abilities but no news as to how it will be implemented. For me that is the only feature I am concerned about.


Mon Apr 30, 2012 7:02 pm
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Post Re: Timelapse+ vs Trigger Happy vs TriggerTrap v1/ Mobile
Zigmo wrote:
It all depends on your needs. Timelapse+ is supposed to have bramping abilities but no news as to how it will be implemented. For me that is the only feature I am concerned about.

Same here. TriggerTrap is going to have a bulb ramping feature in the future, though.

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Mon Apr 30, 2012 7:33 pm
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My main reason for getting timelapse+ was bramping also. I cannot wait to get it.


Mon Apr 30, 2012 7:39 pm
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Post Re: Timelapse+ vs Trigger Happy vs TriggerTrap v1/ Mobile
im concerned with a lot that i see about the newer bulb ramping devices. The idea itself is pretty simple, actually pulling it off is not as straight forward, the claims it will work with Nikon is enough to give me pause to wonder if they actually did thier homework. A lot of these seem like they just did a basic script to incrementally increase exposure times without thoughts of actually testing it.

there are still some little brampers available from what i hear, and they will no longer be made soon.

if i needed a bulb ramper, and had the money, i would absolutly put it towards getting one of those last little brampers, they are proven to work, and cover all the bases of what you need.

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