Satechi LCD Timer Vertical Battery Grip for Nikon D80 and D90 with Remote Control

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    Satechi LCD Timer Vertical Battery Grip for Nikon D80 and D90 with Remote Control

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    LCD Timer Vertical Battery Grip for Nikon D80 makes photographing in a vertical position much easier and provides a better handling of your camera especially when you are using heavy lenses. The battery grip provides more energy for your camera than a normal storage battery would. The battery compartment holds either two lithium batteries (original or third-party manufacturer) or a battery magazine for six AA NiMh batteries. It is also equipped with a vertical-grip shutter button, dial, AE lock/FE lock button, and AF point selector button to enable exposure time setting etc. as well as the infrared remote sensor function. Continuous Shooting with set interval function (1 second-100 hours), Multiple Frame Function (up to 99 frames), Single Frame long exposure function can be set between 1/8000 of a second up to 100 hours.
    • LCD screen with Date/time/stopwatch function.
    • Standard vertical shutter button with on/off switch on the grip and infrared remote control.
    • Built-in storage compartment for Nikon D80 battery door and tripod mounting thread.
    • Holds one or two 2 EN-EL3e Lithium-Ion rechageable batteries batteries, you don't need to take the
    • Included one AA battery adapter allows you to use 6 AA size batteries(High Power Battery Only)

    Additional Information

    Short Name Satechi LCD Timer Vertical Battery Grip for Nikon D80 and D90
    SKU B00192NV0Y
    UPC 879961001094
    Warranty 1 Year
    Connectivity No
    Compatibility Nikon D80 and D90
    Product Dimensions 5.25 x 3 x 4.75 inches
    Product Weight 1 lb 2 oz

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    I recently purchased this grip but I can't figure out how to set the exposure time...

    I recently purchased this grip but I can't figure out how to set the exposure time less than 1 second. Because it is advertised as minimum from 1/8000 of a sec all the way to 100hr.

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      This can only be done from a setting on your camera.

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