List of Large Sensor Cameras with Built In Intervalometers

Timelapse photography complements night photography well since we’re typically dealing with long shutter speeds and using techniques that require lots of exposures, such as image stacking. The easiest way to make a timelapse is to buy an accessory intervalometer for your camera but I don’t always like carrying a bunch of gear around and an intervalometer is just an extra piece of equipment. So if possible, I prefer a camera that has the interval timer built-in. I’ve scoured the internet to find all the large sensor cameras that have built in intervalometers in their software / firmware. Here’s the list so far:

All of the cameras below feature a sensor that’s 4/3, APS-C or full-frame (or medium format in the case of the 645D/Z) so they should also be great for night photography, especially when paired with a fast wide angle lens. Some of them, however, are fixed lens cameras.

Note that I have not included cameras with which the interval timer shooting only outputs a video file. Only cameras that can record RAW photos with their internal interval timers were included in this list. I’m trying to keep this list relatively complete so if you know of any other cameras that include a built-in intervalometer, or if you see a mistake, please let me know in the comments section below!

Nikon

D200
D300
D300s
D3
D3s
D3x
D4
D4s
D5000
D5100
D5200
D5300
D5500
D5600
D500
D600
D610
D700
D750
D780
D7000
D7100
D7200
D7500
D750
D800
D800E
D810
D810A
D850
Z6
Z7
Z5
Z50

Samsung

NX1
NX500

Canon

EOS R5
EOS R6
7D Mark II
1100D*
500D*
50D*
550D*
5DS/R
5D Mark II*
5D Mark III*
5D Mark IV
80D
600D*
60D*
650D*
6D*
700D*
7D*
EOS M*

Sigma

fp
sd Quattro
sd Quattro h
DP2 Quattro
DP2x
DP2s
DP2

Hasselblad

X1D 50C
X1D II 50C

Leica 

Leica Q
Leica Q2

Pentax

K-1
K-1 II
K-70
KP
K-3
K-3 II
K-5
K-5 II
K-5 IIs
K-7
K-50
K-30
K-01
K-r
K-500
645D
645Z

Panasonic

S1
S1H
S1R
GH5
GH4
GH3
GX8
GM1
GM5
G7
G9

Fujifilm

X-Pro2
X-Pro3
X-T4
X-T3
X-T2
X-T1
X-T10
X-T20
X-T30
X-T100
X-T200
X100T
X100F
X100V
X-E2***
X-E3
X-A7
GFX 50S
GFX 50R
GFX 100

Olympus

E-M10
E-M10II
E-M10III
E-M10IV
E-M1
E-M1II
E-M1III
E-M1X
E-M5II
E-M5III
E-P5
E-PL9
E-PL10
PEN-F

Sony

NEX-5R**
NEX-5T**
NEX-6**
a5000**
a5100**
a6000**
a6100
a6300**
a6400
a6500**
a6600
a7**
a7II**
a7III****
a7R**
a7RII**
a7RIII****
a7RIV
a7S**
a7SII**
a7SIII
a9****
a9II
RX1**
RX1R**
RX1RII**
RX100M3**
RX100M4**
RX100M5**
RX100M7
ZV-1

Ricoh

GR
GR II
GR III
GXR A16
GXR A12

*Certain Canon EOS cameras require the Magic Lantern firmware hack to be installed to enable a built in intervalometer function
**These Sony cameras require the Time Lapse downloadable app
***Requires Fujifilm X-E2 downloadable firmware version 3.00
****Requires latest Sony firmware

UPDATED: Aug 11, 2020

51 Replies to “List of Large Sensor Cameras with Built In Intervalometers”

  1. I know this post is a little old but you should add the new Canon 5D Mark IV to the list. It has a built in intervalometer (which I can’t wait to try ^_^)

  2. Hi Ian!

    I was wondering if the Sony a3000 should be on this list. If not, is it due to the sensor size, or the lack of an intervalometer? How would the a3000 be for astroimaging if it was paired with a Rokinon 12mm or 8mm?

    Thank you!

  3. the basic canon 5d and 5d11 and 5d111 have not got an itervalomiter unles you download magic lantern not everyone wants to do that

  4. Thank you!! This info is very helpful for me. It is important function in self portrait fishing photography. You can add to list DP1 Merrill and DP2 Merrill.
    I wonder how this feature works in a difrent of cameras.
    I Have RICOH GR. When I use intervalometer with timer i focus only once before first pic.
    When I press the shutter button camera focus every time before taking picture.

    With sigma there is no option interval with timer and focus only once before taking 1st pic.

    I still waiting for ful frame camera with intervalometer working with timer and focusing before every photo and fully side rotatable screen.

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