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Opteka LapsePro Intervalometer Video Review | Product Review

Opteka LapsePro Intervalometer Video Review
   Looking for an affordable intervalometer? This is a review of the Opteka Pro intervalometer. This Opteka Lapse Pro is your standard intervalometer used in time-lapse photography. But how does it perform. Watch and see.




About this product:

The Opteka "LapsePro" Timer Remote Control Set combines many features into one such as continuous shooting, long timed exposures,  self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure count setting feature giving you an enhanced level of exposure control. With the LapsePro you can set timer delays, exposure times and intervals up to  almost 100 hours in one second increments. However you can only select from 1 to 399 continues shots. The dial enables you to easily enter the numeric settings with a single thumb. The LCD panel can also be illuminated, and the alert sound can be turned on/off. This is the latest model from Opteka and features improved battery life, compact design and ability to purchase additional cords for other cameras.

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