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You can get a wired remote on eBay for $£€ 10 to which you can add extension cables for about the same price. You don't even need to put batteries in for a simple shutter release, only for the timer functions. As all it's doing is closing a contact, you can run quite a long way. They have a 2-stage press, same as the camera's own release & a lock to ...


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Luckily for the buyer, tilt-shift lenses are manual-focus (at least, all the ones I've ever seen are), so checking focus is the same as any other old lens. That is, verify smooth focus and smooth aperture throughout both ranges. Regarding the tilt and shift movements, you're basically just checking for range of motion (the limits of of both motions are ...


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I'm not sure about the Panasonic camera, but with the Nikon D7500, you don't need a remote that holds the shutter for a long time. You can do single-press shutter button exposure bracketing by setting the bracket function and setting the interval timer function. First, as you're probably doing, set the number and EV range of your brackets by pressing the BKT ...


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