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    Default Me time frame too

    Bought a cheap remote for a play, so far seems to work pretty well

    5 sec delay, played with in Windows Live Movie Maker (free program by the way)


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    Fun, did WLMM do the whizzy filter or did you shop that on the stills first?
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    That is so cool and i have a remote! So you put your camera on repeat 5 sec setting ? (don't know if there is such a setting even but if i don't show my ignorance by asking i'll never learn ) love the pencil poster cartoon look on the film

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    The remote allowed me to set the intervals etc. You can also set it to take a photo 4 hours from now or keep the lens open for as long as you want

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/List...x?id=400135754

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    Ah that looks like the one we were discussing on an earlier thread. Looks like it works ok then. Fun!
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    Yep I was intrigued, I'll see how it goes, the strangest thing is that it's always on, the battery lasts for 3 years it recons. I willl be astounded if it lasts 3 weeks but I will be happy if I'm wrong.

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    Yep heard you have to pop the battery out to turn it off!
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    I will be strong and resist the temptation, 3 years is 3 years.

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    Looks cool
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    Hehe , cool as My remote control is not as fancy as your model..it's just a hold in the hand wireless little number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
    Hehe , cool as My remote control is not as fancy as your model..it's just a hold in the hand wireless little number.
    got this cheapy, so far so good
    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/List...x?id=400135754

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