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camera wireless remote Customers Reviews

  • 100% success rate, no misfiring

    posted by uraniumw

    Very reasonable pricing for a radio trigger. For me, there was no misfiring even at close distance. It works perfectly for my china brand flashes. The AAA batteries are easily bought from stores in my country so battery replacement is good.
    Because of the high success rate. It seems to be a wonderful thing to have especially after considering it's low price. IT allows me to trigger off camera flashes which just done wonders to the images.
    Get this to explore a different side of photography.
  • Works just fine

    posted by thwibble

    Works as described. Lots of functionality. Easy to use. Receiver sits nicely on the flash-shoe if desired. Remote is comfortable to work with. DIP switches control which frequency to operate on.
    The manual shutter-release button on the remote doesn't have good tactile feel-back. It doesn't feel solid. However once the timer/interval mode is engaged you don't use it anyway.
    Would recommend. Considering that the official Nikon unit is twice this price and doesn't have half the functionality this is a good buy.
  • Better range than I expected!

    posted by Bluestar45

    Ridiculously simple to use, this remote shutter release offers a single power ON/OF button on the receiver, plus a manual trigger. It also has two bright LEDs to indicate its activity. A coiled cord helps keep things neat when the unit is attached to the hot shoe, and plugged into the N style trigger port. (Note: The hot shoe is just a place to attach the receiver to the camera. The receiver makes no electrical connections through the hot shoe.)
    But its the transmitter which is the star of the show. The range is far greater than I expected, exceeding 30 yards line of sight and probably more if you hold it higher than waist level!
    Additionally, the status LED (bi-color red and green)not only indicates when the shutter is tripped (red) but also indicates the halfway press which engages the auto focus. Sweet! The transmitter button has a soft stop at the halfway point, and a well defined click for the full press, making it a snap to tell without looking how far you pressed. The transmitter also features its own timer mode (see cons) as well as a multi-shot and bulb mode.
    And the system even offers a choice of operating channels via four position DIP switches on the transmitter and receiver, making it useful for multi camera situations.
    The english translations are typically obscure, so the bulb mode bears a bit more detail here. Unlike other remote shutter releases which require you to hold the button down for the duration, this one saves the battery life by allowing you to press and hold the transmitter button until its status light goes out, then a second press closes the shutter. While the shutter is actually open, the receiver status light will remain on as a reminder.
    The batteries are rated for approximately 1000 triggers, and DX sells both the 23A (SKU 475) and the CR2 (SKU 904).
    DX also sells a number of other wireless triggers so research them out, but for the very low cost, this was my choice, and I am more than pleased with it.
  • Flash

    posted by Linix

    Very fast????????????: Got what you expected.The device works fine.Making a well-packaged.Simple design.Excellent ergonomics.Good price!
    Get one and play!I just recomend it and I'm planning buy another kit to have four receptors.
    So very goodIf you are not a pro photographer and you need something to experiment with and try some new methods of lighting the scene.
  • Good camera for the price

    posted by gnwilson

    Infrared LEDs for night visionControllable over the netMotion sensorAlerts to mobile, email, or FTPVery configurableSmartphone appsSpeaker and microphone
    Once connected, the camera works well through the web interface. I even got it hooked up through the net with no-ip.com (meaning I can access it remotely from work or while on holiday).
    Despite the inability to setup the camera via Windows, it is well worth the money. One setup, it worked easily. The web interface is easy to use, and cross-browser compatible.

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