In this mode, you can define a custom exposure for the time-lapse photos. It has three parameters:
Interval: This parameter defines the duration between each frame. The Interval can have a value from 13 milliseconds up to 100 hours.
Exposure: This value defines the exposure value for each photo. You can set a custom exposure up to 100 hours in milliseconds.
Frame: This parameter defines how many pictures are to be taken. You can set the frame number up to 99999. If you set the frame number to 0, this will mean that the time-lapse will continue until you stop it.
When you start the Long Exposure Timelapse mode, you can see the progress on the status screen. The first counter will show the interval. Each time timer of the interval goes off, a photo with the custom exposure will be taken. After the exposure is over the frame counter will be increased by 1 and the interval counter will start again. This will continue until the targeted number of frames is achieved. The Long Exposure Timelapse mode requires that your camera is set to BULB mode. This is the only way of achieving custom exposures. If you do not set your camera to BULB mode, the exposure value of your camera will be valid and you will not get pictures with the exposure set on the MIOPS MOBILE app.