IR sensor on back of camera

Started Dec 19, 2011 | Discussions thread
yakkosmurf Senior Member • Posts: 2,098
Re: IR sensor on back of camera

I concur with the others. I've never felt the need for it. I take a lot of long exposure tripod shots, and the best is to use the two second time. On the DSLR cams, that performs the mirror lock up feature, which helps cut more vibration than the use of a wireless remote from behind it would. If it's not long exposure, I'll just push the shutter button.
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