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Promote Control HDR Timer Auslösesystem (für Canon und Nikon DSLR Kameras)
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I need to go into the field as I shoot panoramas with stacking and sometimes HDR, so I purchased the Promote Control. It works seamlessly with my Canon 7D and my GigaPan Pro as others have said although there is a lot to setup using you camera, the Promote Control and a GigaPan.
The problem with the Promote Control is that you use Live View not just to set up your focus parameters; it uses Live View throughout your shoot. You can't turn it off once you begin shooting. For numerous stacked images and for panoramas you may shoot hundreds of photos as part of your workflow to get to your final pre-processed image. On my Canon 7D it drops the number of photos I can shoot on one battery to 240 shots if I am using Live View. I can get over 1,000 without Live View on. It is generally recommended that you not touch anything once you start shooting so switching out the camera battery mid-way is an impractical solution.
An improvement which I suggested to the people at Promote Systems would be an option to turn Live View off once your shooting begins. You don't need it other than once when you are setting up your stacking and other parameters. As far as reviewing what you are shooting as you progress, your camera LCD monitor can do that more efficiently without sucking your battery dry.
As a partial solution I will know have to buy a battery grip and extra batteries to double my battery life on my 7D. Not what I was counting on when I bought the Promote Control.
Quality is very good. There are rubber "caps" over the interface plugins which seem to me might fail after a lot of use but I'm not positive of that. Definitely get a camera compatible promote systems shutter release cable also so you can use all of the features of this tool. Without the shutter release the bracketed shots are fired off slower and MUP functionality is not available. I'm really enjoying the extra creativity this tool allows me and I'm having more fun with my camera!
Anyway, it was where I had kept it and in the original case w/manual, a USB cord for attaching to PC and another for attaching to the camera. I put batteries into it and went to the promote systems website to download a firmware update, along with drivers and connected it to my camera and voila! I encountered absolutely no difficulty and am now shooting with 5, 7, 9, etc. brackets and focus stacking macro shots, too
This remote works great and opens up a whole new spectrum of photographic opportunity.
The usability (firmware) for my taste could be little bit more intuitive. Adjusting the shutter speed for example is kind of the opposite from what I think it should be. I often find myself dialing up instead of dialing down or the other way around. I also find it confusing that the low shutter speed on the unit is expressed in a different notation than on my camera. Where the unit reads 1/4, 1/3, 1/2.5, 1/1.5, 1/1.3, 1s my camera shows 1/4. 0"3, 0"5, 0"6, 0"8, 1". It would be certainly helpful if the unit could be configured to use a certain camera notation. But those are minor details.
The price is a bit steep but if you are serious into HDR you might find it worth the money.
I am glad I ordered the additional remote shutter cable together with the unit which decreases the delay between single shots. The unit works without it just fine but I think it is a must have for the sake of speed.