Expand the timer function so that the timer "beeps down" before the shutter release has to be pressed and the timer actually begins.
In the Palm Version, there were a series of beeps before the timer actually started. One could start the timer, and gather oneself to depress the shutter release when the timer started. In the current version, unless I have missed a feature, one has to depress the START AND the shutter release at exactly the same time. In shorter exposures ( e.g., 2-3 seconds ) the potential for significant exposure errors can exist if one isn't exactly "on" with the START button and the shutter release. In longer exposures, small inadvertent errors will obviously have much less relevance.
I am declining this for now. See my previous comment on why this isn’t needed any longer.
This feature isn't currently implementable because the timer works a little differently now. The new ExpoDev timer doesn't start until you release the button. This means you can press the button and take your eyes off of ExpoDev and shift them back to the camera, etc... When you're ready to snap the shutter and start the timer, you just lift your finger up off the timer start button. This makes coordination of starting the timer and releasing the shutter easier than trying to time a count-in.