An extraordinary bluetooth camera remote.
Pulse gives you powerful control over your camera - wirelessly from your smartphone. It plugs straight into your Canon and Nikon cameras’ USB port, so whether you’re shooting portraits or star trails you get camera triggering and advanced time lapse capabilities straight from your phone.Get Pulse
Take photos, adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO from up to 100 feet away. Review low resolution thumbnails of the last photo you took alongside histogram data.
Wirelessly adjust your settings mid time lapse, set a time delay or take on changing light conditions with exposure ramping. After starting your timelapse, you can disconnect your phone without interrupting shooting.
Go beyond 30 seconds. Set any shutter speed or go into manual mode and respond to your subject as it develops.
Most remote triggers let you do one thing - take photos. Using your camera’s USB port and not the trigger port, Pulse supports video triggering as well.
Wide ranging light levels can be difficult to photograph. Bracket up to 7 EV stops to maximize dynamic range in the harshest conditions.
Capture portraits, selfies and candid photos without fuss.
with long exposure
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“Alpine Labs Pulse – Great for Ramping Exposure when Shooting a Time-Lapse.”FixThePhoto
“A set-it-and-forget it device. Pulse connects instantly and is hassle free”Wired Magazine
“A versatile tool for folks who like to up their photography game”Lifewire
Rather than use your camera’s shutter port, Pulse plugs into your camera’s USB port to give you access to shutter speed, aperture and ISO.
Pulse has a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery that lasts for up to 12 hours of shooting and recharges completely in 4 hours.
With multiple Pulses, you can control up to 6 cameras from your phone at once.
Pulse is compatible with most newer phones and tablets.
Weighing just over 1 ounce, Pulse won’t weigh you down or take up much space in your camera bag.
To reduce the weight and battery consumption of a standard wifi remote, Pulse uses a combination of Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy.
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