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Charles Cadkin

XTR Plus Full Frame Inching Shutter Speed

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I'm beginning to work on a project shooting individual frames with my XTR Plus using the inching button on the handle and I'm wondering what the shutter speed is every time you inch the film? At first I assumed that it may be 1/48 but now I'm wondering if it is slower than that because the camera takes time to get up to speed. Is there any information on what the shutter might be or if it is consistent every time you inch the film?

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Hi Charles!
Can confirm that. 1/4 of a second. And I have an intervalometer for the XTR family if you ever need one!

Best, David

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