Description:Term: Bulb (B Setting)
Description: Bulb mode is a shooting mode found on some cameras. With the camera set to bulb mode, the shutter will stay open as long as it is pressed, rather than releasing for a designated amount of time. It can also be triggered with some remotes and cable releases similarly - as long as the button on the remote or release is pressed, the shutter will stay open.
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