and DSLR astrophotographers who use a timer-remote for long exposures.
Rather than loosely wrap an intervalometer's cord around a tripod head or the end of a
telescope -- which can often expose equipment to further vibration -- Intervalock organizes
the chaotic cord by tucking it away.
Intervalock secures any intervalometer to any tripod (i.e., photo tripods and most mounts),
and can even adapt by affixing to handles and other surfaces, as seen in our
Product Overview video.
Leave an intervalometer set up on a tripod for future imaging, or roll Intervalock into its
storage position: taking up minimal real estate inside camera bags and kits.
(Technically, users can leave Intervalock set up on a tripod indefinitely, at least until the
entropy of the Universe becomes so extreme that all matter and light dissipate within the
ever-accelerating expansion of spacetime.)
Additional videos and information can be found at our website. Just Google-search "Intervalock"
or follow the link at the bottom of this post.
For a firmer fit, more professional look, and increased confidence in stable equipment (especially
when compared with common DIY fixes), Intervalock can compliment your gear in DSLR astrophotography.
Many thanks to Cloudy Nights for permitting this post.