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Product Highlights Three-way Camera Trigger System Sound, Light, and Infrared Beam Sensors Adjustable Sensitivity and Delay Adjusts for Single or Continuous Firing Compatible with Most Cameras Multiple...


Product Highlights Three-way Camera Trigger System

Sound, Light, and Infrared Beam Sensors

Adjustable Sensitivity and Delay

Adjusts for Single or Continuous Firing

Compatible with Most Cameras

Multiple Configurations

Optional Tilt Sensor

The TriggerSmart Kit is a three-way triggering system for photo and video capture. TriggerSmart offers a simple way to trigger your camera by using sensors that detect sound, an increase in light intensity and the interruption of an infra-red beam. Each detection method has its own uses and its own control settings on the TriggerSmart Control Unit. For example, if photographing fireworks or lightning, use the Light Intensity Sensor, connect it to the Control Unit and connect the Control Unit to your camera using the included cables. If needed, adjust the light sensitivity of the sensor on the Control Unit and when the lightning strikes or fireworks go off, the sensor detects the increase in light and fires your camera to shoot.

With sound, the set-up is similar. Connect the sound sensor to the Control Unit and the Control Unit to the camera, adjust the sensitivity if you want the camera to fire only at very loud sounds and when that sound is detected, the TriggerSmart will trigger your camera to shoot. Single shots or continuous shooting are both possible. When using the system to detect movement with the Infra-red beam it is necessary to use both sensors, one to send the IR beam and one to receive it. With the receiving sensor connected to the control unit and the control unit to your camera, as soon as something moves through the IR beam, the camera fires. Because the IR Receiver is housed in the same unit as the Light Intensity Sensor and the IR Transmitter is housed in the same unit as the Sound Sensor, in order to use all three detection systems together, separate sensors must be purchased.

The TriggerSmart Kit comes with the UK15 Control Unit, IR Receiver/Light Sensor Unit, IR Transmitter/Sound Sensor Unit, two mini tripods to place the sensors, two control cables, one trigger cable and one 2§ baffle.

The Control Unit controls and adjusts sensitivities of the sensors, can introduce delays in camera triggering and can choose between single or continuous shooting.

The TriggerSmart Kit is an affordable device for amateur and professional photographers and is particularly suited to shooting wildlife and lightning and can be utilized for a multitude of creative, fun and security purposes. More so, additional sensors and accessories are available for the kit to increase operational scope and triggering capabilities.

UK15 TriggerSmart Control Unit The TriggerSmart Control Unit is the heart (and brains) of the TriggerSmart system. The sensors connect to the Control Unit as does the camera. With the various sensors plugged into the controller you are able to adjust the triggering sensitivity, impose a delay on the trigger if desired and set the number of camera exposures you want to shoot. For example, if you are shooting a bullet breaking a glass, you want the camera to fire on the sound of the gun's report, but not on other noises, so you set the sensitivity to not respond to lesser sounds. If you realize that the guns' report triggers the shutter too quickly to get your image, you establish a delay with a simple turn of a knob on the controller. If you just can't get the right image with a single shot, set the controller so your camera shoots continuously in order to get the perfect image of a bullet breaking the glass.

Light Intensity Sensor Detects increase in environmental light intensity and triggers camera according to sensitivity settings. Ideal for shooting lightning and fireworks.

Sound Sensor Detects noises and triggers the camera to fire upon registering that noise. Noise sensitivity can be adjusted by the Control Unit.

Infra-red Sensor The Infra-red sensor is actually a transmitter and a receiver (two units) and a beam is sent between t