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Focus trap for D7000

Rmastran

Carver, US
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"RE: Focus trap for D7000"

Rmastran Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Nov 2011
Sun 16-Dec-12 03:59 AM | edited Sun 16-Dec-12 03:59 AM by Rmastran

I would add a few steps to this that work well for unattended setups.

Set the camera to continuous shooting (CL).
Use a remote switch (such as this one: http://bhpho.to/URQIQm) to lock the shutter.

When the subject enters the focus area, the camera will start firing, and will stop when the subject leaves the focus area. When the subject re-enters the focus area, the camera will automatically start firing again.

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