Make sure your camera and lens is in "Manual" Mode and you don't have any kind of Exposure/Aperture Priority turned on.
Ensure the Camera Cable is securely inserted into your Camera and Radian. The camera cable is coiled; the straight cable is the audio/programming cable.
Radian's LED will blink green every time it moves, and will trigger your camera to take a photo in between movement intervals. Check to make sure this is happening.
Depending on your camera, make sure your interval is at least 3 seconds. Your camera may not have time to process/store the image, resulting in missed images. To shoot with a shorter interval, make sure your Shutter Speed is short enough that your camera has time to process the image before it is triggered to take the next.
Try increasing your Hold Time. This can be accessed under the advanced settings when programming your Radian on the App. Your camera may not be recognizing a shorter hold.
If you have a Panasonic camera, it is important that you're putting the 3 banded bent end of the cable into your camera, and the 2 banded straight end of the cable into your Radian. If you're still having problems triggering your camera correctly, Contact Us and we'll get to the bottom of it!
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