Can I take time lapse photos (~1-3 hour interval) with a stock DS6041? Tags: SLR Photo Cameras Sunlight Last response: April 18, 2012 2:10 AM in Digital Camera Share dlosh April 17, 2012 7:50:49 PM I am hoping to take a series of photos on a tripod that show the effect of sunlight on a photo active material. Can I (somehow) set the camera to take one photo automatically every say 3 hours? The camera in question is a Canon EOS DS6041 (Fw 1.1.1). -dlo More about : time lapse photos hour interval stock ds6041 cin19 April 18, 2012 2:10:30 AM you can find some thing like this "Vello Wireless ShutterBoss Timer Remote (Canon 3-Pin Connection)" http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005GMVGGE/ref=asc_df_B005GMVG... And this http://shutterwand.com/?gclid=CO7W68Wova8CFYURNAodW35hy... you can set the timer up to 24 hrs. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumTime-lapse photography with digicam ForumImage browser fast enough for time lapse jpegs ForumOil Cooled computer, in a water bath ForumCPU Temp: 13 C ForumMy New E6400 Posting at 3519 on stock v core. ForumThe D-SLR as an Intimidatation Tool to Bad Drivers ForumPrime95 BSOD's at stock speeds on i7 920 Forumadvice on landscape photo needed ForumNvidia GeForce GTS 250 1GB and system locks up while playing ForumGreetings ForumCan any ultra-zooms shoot continually without keeping your.. ForumCCD cleaning in the 7D ForumMeet Frank - Water Cooled Beast ForumAirport screening - digital damage ForumWhat does Conroe mean for AMD? ForumOverclocking AMD 1075T ForumCore i7 920 Freezes while running Prime95 @ stock ForumCanon DSLR startup time ForumWww kodak com/go/cameras ForumCan\'t format Smartmedia, \ More resources Read discussions in other Digital Camera categories Camcorders Digital Photography DSLRs Point & Shoot SLR ZLR Kodak Nikon Sony !