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 smartphone.
Features don’t mean anything if you can’t use them. Hardcore expedition filmmaker or casual shooter, the tools you use need to be fast and dependable. We crafted a user experience that gives you complete creative freedom at your fingertips.
Control aperture, shutter, ISO
Thumbnail and histogram review
Advanced Time Lapse
Timed and manual Long Exposure
HDR bracketing (7 EV steps)
Control up to 3 cameras
Lithium ion rechargeable battery
Bluetooth Classic and Low Energy
Pulse handles your biggest project ideas - from day-long city timelapses to your next feature-length documentary. Because of its size you can take Pulse anywhere, and thanks to what it can do you'll never want to leave it behind.
Pulse makes time lapse easier than ever while expanding the features and level of control for the most experienced time lapsers.
Unlike other camera triggers and intervalometers, you don’t need to keep your phone connected. After you specify your settings you’re free to leave the area.
Pulse's Exposure Ramping features allows you to ramp your ISO and shutter speed so that you can capture day-to-night transitions (the "Holy Grail" of time lapses). Unlike shooting in Aperture or Shutter Priority, Exposure Ramping keeps your camera in manual so that your photo's EXIF-Data is written properly for LRTimelapse.
Adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Start and stop videos, take photos and get the creative freedom you need from 100 feet away.
Take epic selfies. Pulse’s 100 foot Bluetooth range allows you to set up your camera and trigger it from anywhere.
Control up to three Pulse-equipped cameras at once - all from the same smartphone. Be everywhere at once and get all the right angles, even if you are just a crew of one.
Most remote triggers let you do one thing - take photos. Using your camera's USB port and not the trigger port, Pulse lets you control video as well.