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IPhone 7 Plus Silver Vertical


A must have app for photographers from hobbyist to pro.

Calculate and time long exposures when using one or two neutral density (ND) filters.

A typical scenario when using neutral density filters to achieve long exposures:

  1. Set your camera to “Aperture Priority” mode Nikon(A) and Canon(AV) and disable autofocus .
  2. Compose your shot, manually focus and meter the scene through your camera’s lens(TTL) without filter(s) installed and note the exposure time(shutter speed) displayed in your viewfinder or LCD if your camera is equipped with “Live View.”
  3. Launch NDTimer and dial in the given exposure(shutter speed) and filter of your choice. NDTimer will calculate and display the correct shutter speed or exposure time necessary to properly expose your scene. If you are using a second filter in combination with your first filter (stacking), simply tap the “stack filter” button, choose the filter you have staked on top of your first filter and NDTimer will calculate the necessary compensation and adjust the exposure time accordingly.
  4. Switch your camera from “Aperture Priority” to “Manual” mode, install filter(s) onto your lens and either dial your camera’s shutter dial to shutter speed displayed or set your camera to “bulb” mode and expose for the displayed time by simultaneously tapping “Start Timer” and opening your shutter with a remote trigger. The timer will countdown to zero and an alert tone will sound at the end of the exposure time. If your iPhone or iPod touch goes into sleep mode during your exposure, you will receive a “pop up” notification at the end of your exposure time

Note: Cover your eyepiece during long exposures to avoid light leaks.

  • Resulting exposures of less than 30 seconds will be displayed as a shutter speed with which to set your camera to.
  • Resulting exposures of more than 30 seconds will be displayed as a timer with a “Start Timer” button.
  • Timer may be adjusted in 1/2 stop increments up to 3 stops by swiping right on displayed time. Double tapping displayed time will remove adjustments.(This is particularly useful for those of you who are shooting film and need to adjust for reciprocity).
  • Third picker wheel available for stacking ND filters

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