A timelapse remote (also known as an intervalometer, timelapse timer, timelapse trigger or timelapse intervalometer) is an external device that you attach to your camera to trigger the capturing of photos at a consistent interval. Some timelapse remotes have more functions than others. Some are wireless, some are wired, some are both. All of them should work consistently, reliably and accurately.
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