A flexible encased wire attached to a threaded metal coupler that screws into the shutter release button on the camera. When one end of the wire is depressed with a plunger the other end activates the shutter. Electronic cable releases for all-electronic cameras work with electrical impulses rather than mechanical plungers. Usually, the two types are incompatible. Useful for long exposures to avoid camera shake and for remote release of the shutter.
Flexible cable for firing a camera shutter. Useful for long exposures where touching the camera release by hand could cause camera-shake blur. (see , Exposure Shutter & Shutter speed)
A long flexible cable that screws into a special threaded socket on the shutter release. The CABLE RELEASE is used to release the shutter remotely.
A flexible wire that screws onto a shutter release button, making it possible to depress the shutter release button at a distance from the camera. It is also used to decrease vibrations during film exposure.
A cable device that allows for the remote release of the shutter. Helps prevent camera shake.
In order to avoid camera shake that would be noticed with longer exposure settings, a cable release should be used to trip the shutter. A cable release has a treaded end that is screwed into the shutter release button. Not all cameras are equipped to use a cable release, but most newer models use some form of remote release. It may be by remote control, either wired or infra red. See also: Tripod
a cord that, on one end, can be screwed into the shutter button and, on the other end, has a trigger that fires the shutter when pressed
a device which, used in conjunction with a tripod, allows the shutter to be held open for long exposures without your ever having to touch either camera or shutter button directly
a good so you can trigger the shutter and keep it locked open without shaking the camera
a good thing to have for that, as you're likely to move the camera if attempting to hold down the button manually
a handy accessory, but most digital cameras have timer
a long snakelike affair, with a screwmount at one end, and a squeezable trigger at the other
a must accessary to the tripod
an item necessary to insure long exposures are free from shutter release vibration
This flexible device attaches to your shutter release button. Generally used with the camera on a tripod to minimize vibration or to lock the shutter open for long exposures.
A wire sheathed in a hollow flexible cable with a threaded nipple at one end and a plunger at the other. Screws into the camera shutter or a suitable socket and is used to release the shutter without actually touching the camera.
A flexible mechanism attached to the shutter release of the camera so that the picture may be taken from a distance and / or without moving the camera.
A flexible cable with a push-button on one end that, when depressed, forces a wire through the cable to depress a camera's shutter release button. The cable release attaches to the camera directly over the shutter release button. A cable release has minimal effect on camera movement, and is therefore especially handy for the photographer who wishes to avoid blur in time exposures.
Cable for triggering the shutter. Useful with long exposures for avoiding camera shake because of touching the camera.
A flexible cable with a plunger on one end that is attached to a camera's shutter release. When the plunger is pressed, the shutter is tripped.
A flexible cable device for releasing the shutter. Usually used for slow shutter speeds when the camera must remain absolutely still. A must for ultra sharp images.
flexible cable used for firing a camera shutter. Particularly useful for slow shutter speeds and time exposures, when touching the camera may cause camera vibration and blurring of the image.
a coiled wire with a plunger at one end and a socket at the other that attaches to a camera's shutter release. Pressing the plunger releases the shutter without touching (& possible moving) the camera.