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Olympus E-620/600 An Olympus 12.1MP mid-range compact DSLR, the E-620 and the feature-reduiced version, the E-600.

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Old 23rd January 2012
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'Bulb' photos with E-600

As the remote control feature is disabled on the E-600 is there a way round not jogging the camera when taking 'bulb' long exposure photos ?

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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

get a third party remote - plenty available for the 600, either wired or wireless (reciever plugged into camera - wireless remote)
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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

Thanks Chris, where does it plug into the camera ?

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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

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Thanks Chris, where does it plug into the camera ?

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A wired remote plugs into the USB socket, I presume a wireless one does also. I use a wired remote I got from 7dayshop with my E-600.

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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

The wireless one from 7-day, has a unit that plugs into the usb which acts as a wired remote (you dont seem to even need the battery in) but when you turn it on you can use the wireless remote switch to also activate the shutter. Will have to look up bulb mode though, as i havent used it like that yet.
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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

I purchased mine from amazon sold by Bv-Electronics It works flawlessly with my E600..and IMHO at this price, good value for money.
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A wired remote plugs into the USB socket, I presume a wireless one does also. I use a wired remote I got from 7dayshop with my E-600.

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Hi Peter,

I got one from 7dayshop and it's just the job, works great.
Good price too.

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Re: 'Bulb' photos with E-600

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Hi Peter,

I got one from 7dayshop and it's just the job, works great.
Good price too.

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I get all my "bits and pieces" from them, always good value and never had a duff item.

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