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Promote Control Bracketing Controller (Read 81918 times)
Steve Chapman
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Re: Promote Control Bracketing Controller
Reply #495 - 06/26/13 at 19:21:54
 
I really need the SD1 Merrill to work with my Promote! SD1 has a ptp mode, is there anything I can do that anyone knows of?
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robwiel
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Re: Promote Control Bracketing Controller
Reply #496 - 07/08/13 at 12:06:20
 
Hi, 6D supports bracketing in auto-mode its only 3 shots.
But you can set it to manual 7 shots - difference here being that you will have to manually click those 7 shots.

I was thinking about getting promote + plato for my canon.

But, in theory i can use wireless shooting through EOS utility from laptop, or EOS remote application for android or even just buy plato, correct?

I know its not that flexible and slower but EV calculation is done by camera and I just need release.

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lifemore
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Reply #497 - 08/27/13 at 09:50:21
 
working greate for me after purchasing.  thank you for helping,.
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Steve Chapman
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Reply #498 - 09/13/13 at 11:53:28
 
Robwiel, if you only need to click the shots, would a simple remote release cable do it?
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conradsly
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Reply #499 - 11/14/13 at 07:01:28
 
thanks for sharing all the info on this folks!
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boogotti
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Reply #500 - 12/18/13 at 16:22:52
 
Save your money put Magic lantern on your canon camera, can do auto 40 brackets if you need to at 0.5EV,

i use it on my 6D really handy, saved my self getting proremote
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spittle
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Reply #501 - 02/22/14 at 22:55:54
 
Since using a 5D3 I've not used my promote as often. But I want to shoot a really high contrast scene that needs from 1/8000 to 30secs if I want to capture (almost!) the whole dynamic range.

Is it possible to make the promote ramp the ISO to say ISO400 for long exposures?

Or ISO200 for any over 1sec, and then ISO400 for the final exposure?
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Daddybom
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Reply #502 - 03/07/14 at 16:46:54
 
Marvelous.

I finally found the answer regarding the remote control system for Promote System using Phottix!

Truly happy that this gonna solve all my  pain when I need the remote badly for the pano.

Cheers!
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