Micnova MQ-VT Series DSLR Trigger
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Motion Trigger Model
The unit’s motion triggering modes uses a Passive Infrared(PIR) sensor.It detects movement of infrared(IR)
sources,such as humans or animals,from up to 5 meters(16.4 feet) away,and smaller wildlife at a closer range.
when the sensor detects IR motion within it’s field of view(Horizontal:94 degree,vertical:82 degree),it will trigger
your camera shutter.
Move the mode switch to Motion to activate motion triggering mode,For best result,adjust your camera’s settings
appropriate for your triggering situation before use,mount the device & your camera on a stand or a tripod for
Lighting Trigger Model
It’s a great challenge to capturing lightning when it strikes.With this trigger,things goes much more easier.Once
the trigger detects a flash or burst of light,will activate the camera’s shutter within 0.1 ms.
For orperation in lightning mode,point the sensor & camera in the area you expecting a lightning flash.Attach your
trigger to a tripod or a stand for best result.
Move the mode switch to Lightning to activate lightning trigger mode.For best result,start at a 10 second exposure &
adjust your camera’s exposure settings while adjusting the strigger’s sensitivity using the dial on the left side of the
unit.Set your camera /Lens to manual focus.
Sound Trigger Model
The sound trigger mode uses a insert microphone sensor.It trigger the camera once the microphone detect any
sound,such as snapping finger,clappintg hands,or voice from human/wildlife within approximately 2 meters.
Some suit situations like:breaking moment of glass,puncturing a ballon filled with water.
0.1ms response time from lightning event to shutter release
5m PIR passive motion triggering capability when in Motion Mode;
Sound Trigger within approximately 2 meters
Power:IEC LR03 AAAx 2(not included)
Canon Nikon Sony Olympus
i have had the chance to have a bit of a play with one of these
camera triggers over the last few days but not in the way that
they were made for………….
i have been testing it out for high speed photography
water drop photography and water balloon popping
and as you can see from the image above its not to bad
we did not spend a lot of time setting up or used good lighting
on the water drop photos but if we had / when we do there will
be more images posted below in a gallery…
our water drop setup was 2 macro led ring lights with low batteries
a small plastic takeaway carton filled with water
and a used party popper upside down to drip water from…
the #micnova trigger was setup in sound mode to trigger
our camera on the sound of the dripping water
so a quiet room was needed along with setting the trigger to almost
at its highest point but as you can see by the image we used its not
too bad just leave your camera in place for a few mins and it will take multiple
images some good bad and great
just remember to set your camera up first.. in manual mode and manual focus
the lens on the point where the water drips at ….
use a ruler as a guide so you can focus on something
over all i love this trigger and will use it as the instructions say
it was meant for….
will have it out for some wildlife photos in the summer
watch this space for the images………….
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