New growth–beautiful, tender leaves…
My Canon EOS Remote TC-80N3 Intervalometer died [after 40 some years] and I could not resuscitate. I opened the case and moved around the contacts. I worked intermittently and then I went outside to take pictures–DEAD. My options: [cost is a factor]
- Canon–$210 + shipping.
- Amazon.com–for $129 + Shipping paid as a member of Amazon Prime.
- Amazon.com–other shutter controls [shipping paid, if 2-day shipping].
I looked at several option, most under $25.00 and decided, after reading a few reviews, that I would focus on a wireless remote.
Having a tether plugged into the camera can be a problem. Don’t ask me how I know.
Anyway, I selected an Oppilas for $18.88. I had gift cards totaling $17.56, leaving me a balance of 1.32. Hey, that’s a lot better than the first 2 options. Plus, not using a short cable gets my shadow out of the frame.
It’s another tie–15 views and a Favorite each…
I can only do one of these…
I guess self-hosted bloggers can do all the things on this list. Maybe, I can leverage browser caching.
I understand the concept, but I do not think I have access to the coding to effect that change.
I have not done a before and after test. To preserve the comments, I have to copy them to a safe place and then reload or modify off-line. The comments make it easier to find the section I want to change and to ensure I am changing the line of code I want to change. Over time, I’ll see if it is worth the effort and the best way to do so.
I’m almost there!