Technical Specifications for the LRTimelapse PRO Timer 2.5

  • Processor: ATSAMD21 Cortex M0.
  • Battery Powered (CR1220 Button Cell) Real-Time Clock.
  • 2 Camera Ports with standardized 2.5mm TRS female jacks.
  • 2 hot shoe sockets on the case for mounting directly on the camera.
  • 2 eyelets on the case to pass a cord or velcro strap through for fixing on a tripod.
  • 128×32 pixel black and white OLED display.
  • Tested temperature span: -20°C – +40°C – don’t leave the timer exposed in a car in direct sunlight. In very cold conditions, best keep the LRT PRO Timer inside a backpack in order to not drain or damage the battery due to the cold.
  • Intervals from 0.3 secs* – 120 min (could be increased via firmware update, if necessary)
  • Interval step: 0.1 secs for intervals < 30 secs, 0.5 secs for intervals < 1 min, 1 sec for intervals > 1 min, 10 secs. for intervals > 2 min, 30 secs for intervals > 5 min, 1 min for intervals > 10 min (could be changed via firmware update, if necessary)
  • Number of shots: 1 to unlimited
  • Single Exposure Bulb-Time up to 24 hours, timelapse bulb time max as long as (interval-1 sec).
  • Built in 500mAh LiPo battery (can be upgraded to 800mAh by the user), chargeable via micro-usb.
  • Operation time with the battery fully charged ca. 24h, 21,000 camera releases (interval: 4 seconds, display turned on).
  • Firmware Updates via UF2 files which can be just dropped on a drive, which will be mounted after connecting the timer to a computer (PC or Mac).
  • Not waterproof. Please do not operate in Rain or expose the device directly to water.
  • CE conformity certified.
  • Size (incl. Rotator): 82 x 40 x 27 mm
  • Weight (incl. battery): 59g
  • Size of packaging: 135 x 89 x 35 mm
  • Weight incl. packaging: 91g

*) For cameras which do not require the AF signal to be sent before the shutter release. By default the minimum shutter time will be calculated as (Shutter_Release_Time + AF_Time + 50ms) rounded up to the next 100ms. By default it’s 0.4 secs. For cameras which do not require an AF-Signal to be sent before the release, you can set the AF-Time to 0 in the settings, then the minimum interval will be 0.3 secs. Please note, that most cameras won’t be able to shoot such short intervals.

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