The Pluto Trigger Shutter Release function allows you to perform a myriad of shutter release functions.
It includes functionality to remotely release the shutter using your phone, a built in physical button on the Pluto itself which can be used when connected to the camera via cable or with the infrared transmitter if your camera has the capability to be triggered with infrared. It has a setting to allow you to focus the lens.
“Hold” mode, this one allows you to push the button down on the phone app to open the shutter, when the button is released it will close the shutter.
“Lock” mode allows you to push the button once to open the shutter, it then keeps it open until the button is pressed again.
“Bulb” modeallows you to set a timer from 1 second all the way to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds, once the timer is set you can press play and forget it, the shutter will stay open until the timer runs out.
“Burst” mode allows you to set an interval between shots. When you press play the shots will fire infinitely at the set interval until you press stop.
“Timer” mode allows you to set the camera to fire after a set amount of time. This too allows you to set a time from 1 second all the way to 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds. Once the timer expires a shot will be taken, the timer will reset and continue taking shots at the set time until stop is pressed.
It’s worth noting that all of these features will run indefinitely until stopped, when applicable.