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"Hello, I had recently received a Rebel T100 for Christmas and have began photography (hopefully) as a lifelong hobby. I've taken a liking to longer shutter speed photos such as nighttime and starry skies. The problem is unwanted blur when I press the shutter button, even with a tripod. So I figured a remote shutter would help. I know the t100 has the option for connecting my phone, but it just feels awkward, clunky, and unresponsive.
My question is, what remote shutters would work on the t100, if any?
I've done a lot of browsing online and in stores, but can seem to find any that would work because I don't have the specific jack on my camera. My camera has just an hdmi and I believe a usb mini-b (see photo). I don't have Bluetooth and I don't believe I have IR. I know the t100 is kind of an outlier to other mainstream bodies, which I presume is why it's so hard to find any information regarding it.
Thank you for your help."
Thanks for asking about a way to shoot long exposures with your Canon T100 on a tripod without transferring any movement from depressing the shutter button.
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