Brief feature descriptions
For more detailed information, see the Help pages for each feature.
Fire the shutter now
For immediately firing your camera's shutter one time. You must have a shutter release cable connected
to both the ShutterFire controller and the camera's wired remote shutter release port.
Fire the shutter with options
For shooting with various options such as bulb mode, mirror lock-up, multiple exposures, delay before shooting.
These settings are also used for making VLPS and timelapse videos.
Enter camera specs
For telling ShutterFire information about your camera and lens, needed for making a VLP.
For calibrating the motors of the robotic pan-tilt head.
Make a VLP (Very Large Photograph)
For automatic shooting of a sequencce of images that you later combine to make a VLP.
Pan and tilt
For operating ShutterFire's motors for panning and tilting.
Set up trigger
For enabling and disabling the automatic firing the shutter based on input from an attached sensor,
such as motion detector, light intensity change, beam interruption, etc.