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Triggertrap Mobile Kit for Canon, Samsung, Hasselblad and others

£20.82 exVAT
£24.99 incVAT


Triggertrap Mobile Kit for Nikon, Fujifilm and Kodak

This is a super handy and easy tool for your camera that not only makes a photographer’s life a lot easier, but also gives anyone that owns a DSLR the chance to create some professional looking pictures and time lapses!

How it works

It’s basically a camera shutter remote, controlled by your phone with apps available for both Android and iOS. It consists of a cable with a little block in the middle, one end goes in to your camera into the remote port, the other, in the headphone jack of your phone. So obviously you’re going to need to download the trigger trap app on your android or iOS phone for this to work!

When the app wants to tell the camera to take a picture, it makes a buzzing noise through the cable, you can actually hear this if you disconnect the AUX. The little block in the middle hears this, then tells the camera to take a picture. This is a great idea and there’s a lot you can do with this.

The app has a crazy amount of different modes depending on what kind of picture or time-lapse you want to take.

Starting with the very basic options, there are various different cable release modes. Starting with the ‘simple cable release’, this one just opens the shutter to take a normal picture after pressing the red button. The ‘press and hold’ mode allows you to hold the shutter open for as long as you choose, by just pressing and holding the red button, as you’d probably have guessed.

The ‘press and lock’, (similar to ‘press and hold’), this one makes it a little easier if you wish to hold the shutter open for longer periods of time. Simply press the red button once to open the shutter, then press again to close it.

Timed release

this one lets you get a little bit more precise, just set the duration in which you would like to keep the shutter open for, then once the button is pressed, the shutter will stay open until the time has ran out.

Moving on to some of the fancier modes, starting with the ’time-lapse’ modes. As you could have probably guessed, these modes can take pictures over a period of time, perfect for sunsets, construction, tides and anything else you can think of!

Timelapse mode

the simplest of them all, just sets the time interval for each shot, depending on what it is your doing a time-lapse for, then just press the button and let the magic happen.

‘Timewarp’; the simplest way to describe this is just a time-lapse with acceleration. Just set the total amount of pictures you want to take, then select the total time and finally adjust the curves to where you would like to accelerate and decelerate the speed of picture taking. To make this super simple, if the like was completely straight, this would neither accelerate or decelerate the picture taking speed, but by adjusting the curves to this (shown in video) it would start taking pictures slowly, then faster in the middle and then slow down again at the end.

Then there’s ‘distance lapse’ mode, this takes multiple pictures over a certain distances you physically travel; simply select the distance in between each picture, then set the camera up and let it do the rest! This is perfect for road trips as the finished video will be at one constant speed, regardless of how much traffic you get caught in etc.

Star trail

this allows extreme exposure control, to get the best night-time star time-lapse. First, select the total amount of pictures you want it to take, then the duration of which long you would like the keep the shutter open for and then finally the gap between each picture.


this mode allows you to change the amount of light the shutter picks up over a course of time. So for example if you were to take a time-lapse of a sunrise, when it’s light, you would want the shutter to take in less light, whereas when it’s dark, you would want it to take in more light in order to keep the final time-lapse consistent. Otherwise the time lapse would start okay, but as it begins to get brighter the pictures will begin to come over exposed. To use this, first select the amount of pictures you would like the camera to take, then the interval between each picture, then the duration of the entire time-lapse, then most importantly, choose the exposure for both the start and finish of the time-lapse.

Sound sensor

This is a neat mode which allows you to activate your shutter, making a noise such as clapping or whistling. Pretty simple to use, just select the loudness, depending on what noise you’re going to be making, then adjust the sensitivity.

WiFi Slave

This feature requires two phones. If you have the Triggertrap app on both devices, you connect both of them to the same WiFi, then you can use one of the phones as a wireless trigger whist the other one is attached to the camera!

Solar Calculator

which determines where the sun is going to be in the sky at particular times in the day. This will be very useful for sunsets and sunrises!

The Triggertrap is the perfect accessory that offers a ealth of extras to help the more seasoned photogropher or those who simply want to add that little bit extra to their pictures.

Reasons to buy Triggertrap

  • Works with a wide range of cameras
  • Mobile apps for Android and iOS
  • A wealth of options to bring your pictures and videos tio life
  • Easy to use and portable


Canon Digital Rebel, Canon EOS 60D, Canon EOS 60Da, Canon EOS 70D, Canon EOS 100D, Canon EOS 300D, Canon EOS 350D, Canon EOS 400D, Canon EOS 450D, Canon EOS 500D, Canon EOS 550D, Canon EOS 600D, Canon EOS 650D, Canon EOS 700D, Canon EOS 750D, Canon EOS 760D, Canon EOS 1000D, Canon EOS 1100D, Canon EOS 1200D, Canon EOS 8000D, Canon Kiss Digital, Canon Kiss F Digital, Canon Kiss N, Canon Kiss X2, Canon Kiss X2, Canon Kiss X3, Canon Kiss X4, Canon Kiss X5, Canon Kiss X50, Canon Kiss X6, Canon Kiss X8i, Canon PowerShot G1 X, Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark 2, Canon PowerShot G10, Canon PowerShot G11, Canon PowerShot G12, Canon PowerShot G15, Canon PowerShot G16, Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, Canon Rebel SL1, Canon Rebel XS, Canon Rebel XSi, Canon Rebel XT, Canon Rebel XTi, Canon Rebel T1i, Canon Rebel T2i, Canon Rebel T3, Canon Rebel T3i, Canon Rebel T4i, Canon Rebel T5i, Canon Rebel T5i, Canon Rebel T6s, Contax 645, Contax N, Contax N Digital, Contax N1, Contax NX, FujiFilm X-E1, FujiFilm X-E2, FujiFilm X-T1, FujiFilm X100T, Hasselblad H, Hasselblad H3D, Hasselblad H4D-200MS, Hasselblad H4D-31, Hasselblad H4D-40, Hasselblad H4D-50, Hasselblad H4D-50MS, Hasselblad H4D-60, Hasselblad H5D, Hasselblad H6D, Lytro Illum, Pentax 645D, Pentax 645Z, Pentax ist D, Pentax ist DL, Pentax ist DL2, Pentax ist DS, Pentax ist DS2, Pentax K-3, Pentax K-30, Pentax K-5, Pentax K-5 II, Pentax K-5 IIs, Pentax K-50, Pentax K-500, Pentax K-7, Pentax K-S2, Pentax K10 Grand Prix, Pentax K100D, Pentax K100D Super, Pentax K10D, Pentax K110D, Pentax K200D, Pentax K20D, Pentax MZ-6, Pentax MZ-L, Pentax ZX-L, Samsung GX-1L, Samsung GX-1S, Samsung GX-20, Samsung NX-10, Samsung NX-100, Samsung NX-11, Samsung NX-5, Sigma SD1, Sigma SD1 Merrill, Sigma SD15,


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