Sony's 24.2-megapixel APS-C A6600 also boasts a built-in intervalometer for interval shooting, just like the A7 III and other cameras in the full-frame A7 series. The Sony A6600 has all of the same interval shooting options as the A7 III.
One of the new features of the Sony a6400 is the interval shooting (time-lapse) option which has now been baked into the camera itself, so there is no need to purchase an additional $10 PlayMemories App or use an intervalometer to capture a sequence of shots.
Although an entry level intervalometer, the pixel offers you a total of four shutter functions as well as six different timer functions to operate your Sony a6000 remotely if needed.
Sony cameras combined with the VIEW Intervalometer makes it easy to achieve advanced timelapse sequences. Full list of compatible and supported Sony Cameras: Sony Alpha A9. Sony Alpha-A7S.
With Firmware 3.0, the α7R III and α7 III (as well as the Sony α6400) now have a built-in timelapse intervalometer. Here are some tips to get the camera set up for making a timelapse using the built-in controls. There's a lot of trial and error in making a timelapse.
Another feature of the Alpha 7 IV for night photography and timelapse is the built-in intervalometer. Without the need for a remote, you can program the intervalometer to timelapse, take a series of consecutive images to stack for noise reduction, or shoot self-portraits.
An intervalometer, also called an interval meter or interval timer, is a device that measures short intervals of time. People commonly use such devices to signal, in accurate time intervals, the operation of some other device.
After you start shooting, the camera continues to record photos at regular intervals until you stop shooting.
Take photographs at the selected interval until the specified number of shots has been recorded. Select a release mode other than self-timer ( ) when using the interval timer.
1 shot to 9999 shots) [AE Tracking Sensitivity]: Sets the tracking sensitivity of auto exposure against the change in luminance during interval shooting. If you select [Low], exposure changes during interval shooting will be smoother.
If you are wanting to up your game when it comes to nighttime photography involving time-lapses, longer exposures or star trails then this is the intervalometer for you. Due to the chipset that Sony has chosen to use in the a6500, there are only a handful of compatible intervalometers that are compatible with it.
You can find S-Cinetone on cameras such as the FX6, FX9, a7siii among others. But if you are still using the Sony a7iii, there is a custom picture profile that you can dial in to get very similar results straight out of camera that closely matches S-Cinetone.