Intervalometer Remotes – GH2

If you're looking to do Timelapse with the GH2, there's a few options for remotes (none as cheap as the ones available for Canon). Vimeo member Olivia writes in showing the Pixel Intervalometer (a.k.a Timer Remote) in action. Seems to do the job pretty well firing off the camera at whatever chosen interval setting. Not sure what's going on with all those extra menu options such as Delay and Long. The Pixel one she's using is cheapest via Amazon than through eBay, and you can find it below. [Thanks Olivia]

find-price-button Pixel Timer Remote Control Shutter for Panasonic

Of course i'm always looking for a deal, but unfortunately eBay isn't the place to find a cheap Intervalometer for the GH2 at the moment. There's actually a different model that runs even cheaper than Olivia's, but says only 5 left. Does it work? No reviews on this one just yet, but i'm guessing it works just fine. I might have to grab me one of these.

find-price-button LCD Timer Remote Controller for PANASONIC

12 thoughts on “Intervalometer Remotes – GH2

  1. Emm

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    @Apostolos - I have seen this work well with the Libec LANC servo remote. You need the lens that offers servo like zoom, and as far as I know there are only two. Incan test this when I get back. Check the right side of the camera on top corner.

  2. That's great news. Which 14-42 are you referring to, the standard kit lens, the 3.5-5.6? I have a few of those. Any particular controller you might recommend? Thanks a bunch for your wisdom, as always. And I'm assuming it would go to the phone/remote plug that on the same side as the HDMI, plug, where else could it go, after all....

  3. Emm

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    @Apostolos - Yes! You can use a LANC remote to do servo like zooms, but only with two special panasonic lenses. The 14-42, and 45-150mm.

  4. Hey Emm:

    Is there such a thing as a zoom remote controller for the GH2, for Lumix lenses, like the old lanc Zoom controller for video cameras? I want to put a GH2 up on a jib and I wonder if there is a way to control the zoom of a Lumix lens remotely.

  5. This remote is awesome... I have a 2 timelapses using it with my GH2 on my vimeo (if you click my name). I hear that the wireless version also works really good.

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