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Stop Frame

Both Stop Frame and Time Lapse modes are completely self contained and require no extra accessories other than an optional remote take button.
In Stop Frame mode there are pre-set exposures of 1/8, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and 1 second. Longer periods can be set from the keypad from 1 second to 99.999 seconds. In this latter case the shutter stops in the open position and waits during the exposure.
There is a frame burst facility that allows you to take more than one frame (up to 9999) whenever a frame is taken.

In Time Lapse mode the exposure and frame burst facilities are identical to that of the Stop Frame mode, but with the addition of a built in intervalometer giving intervals from 1 second to 99 hours.
There are two frame counters available in these modes. One shows the total frame count, the other the current take frame count.

Both these modes can be operated from the full featured remote control.
As well as the frame count  shown on the motor display, Jackson Woodburn can supply a large LED with 2" numbers, for general studio communication.  The numbers are red when shutter is closed, and green when shutter is open.