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Nero Trigger Will Trigger Your Camera at Just the Right Time

by Shane McGlaun
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Nero has announced a remote shutter trigger for photographers that has some very interesting tricks up its non-existant sleeves. Rather than simply allowing you to remotely trigger the shutter, the Nero Trigger has the ability to automatically trigger your camera and flash under a variety of different conditions. For instance, it has a special Lightning Mode that will snap a photo when lighting conditions in the environment change.

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That means if you’re trying to get an image of lightning during a storm, fireworks, or sparks, the trigger will automatically set off your camera precisely when needed. The camera also has a special Sound Mode that will trigger the camera when a change in ambient sound and the environment is heard. The trigger can also activate a time-lapse mode snapping pictures at pre-determined intervals.

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Another really interesting feature of the Nero is called Laser Mode. With this mode you can aim a laser at the Nero Trigger and the beam is broken, the camera will automatically activate the flash and the shutter. The trigger also offers an HDR mode and DIY mode. The DIY mode is interesting because it allows you to create just about any sort of trigger by connecting a triggering source to the device.¬†Check out a number of images which were captured using the Nero’s triggering in their¬†image gallery.

The Nero Trigger and required flash cable is available now for $199(USD).



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