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  • Oh man, this THE accessory you need to get

    posted by normaali

    It is simply a superb piece of kit. Works as a remote shutter release, has timed shots, will work for time-lapse... what more can you hope for? It even comes with the two AAA batteries! And the price?! Wheee!
    I'd have to pawn my Nikon D90 to buy this kind of remote in Finland. It works like a charm with a Nikon D90 and I had to buy the Canon version for my colleague after he saw how great it was.
    It's worth it.
  • Works easy and has enough options

    posted by UnivCrea

    Easy to use.Lots of timelapse options, also in combination with each other.Can also be used as a simple bulb mode lock.
    A little nylon cable to hang the remote at the camera would be convenient and saves the electric cable from breaking.
    Could be a great product, but it just isn't durable enough
  • Works perfectly with my a700!

    posted by billbard

    It's a really nice, compact and affordable timer with support for interval shooting. This shutter-release timer comes with all of the features you'd expect to see on such a product, and the display even has a green back-light for low light situations.I didn't have to spend much time reading the manual (which is in English!) in order to be able to figure out how to work this thing, as the layout of the display, as well as the buttons are very logical.The timer feels solid in your hands, and the cord is nice and thick as well. The shutter button also supports being half-pressed to activate the auto focus of your camera.
    It's a great buy if you're looking for an affordable timer for getting into time-lapse photography, or just looking for a corded shutter release!
  • A good remote

    posted by Wrecker56

    Works with the Panasonic GH2.
    Comes with a useable manual in real English!
    Cable is robust but soft and flexible.
    Manual shutter button works without batteries.
    Comes with batteries in the box.
    Genuine Panasonic remotes cost NZ$140 here and are just the manual button! this cost about NZ$30 and gives timer delay and repeating shots at a set interval functions so that makes it pretty fair value.
  • Oh SNAP! (remotely, that is)

    posted by Infrasignal

    Canon doesn't even have a wireless timelapse remote trigger, and if they did, it would be crazy expensive right?
    Forgot to bring the manual? Not a problem since this one is so simple, even your spouse could use it.
    Comes with separate wire to connect the wireless remote to the camera so you can use it without the battery-operated receiver if needed. SWEET!
    The receiver even has a trigger button!
    Long-press the light button to lock the settings so you don't accidentally press a wrong button during the shoot.
    Uses standard AAA size batteries in the wireless transmitter. CR2 lithium battery in the wireless receiver. The package comes with batteries, so it's ready to use right away.
    I haven't range tested the setup yet, but I've been able to trigger remotely from the other side of my house between rooms/walls.
    Product description taken from manufacturer's site:
    JYC 2.4GHz Wireless Timer Remote Control JY-710:

    Features:
    ?Except for replicating all functions of a camera's shutter release button, it still has the function of Self-Timer, Interval Timer, Long-Exposure Timer and Exposure Count.
    ?Good for time-lapse photography such as flowers blooming and astrophotography.
    ? LCD panel can be illuminated
    ?Delay / Self Timer (DELAY)
    Just like the self timer on your camera. The timer remote switch allows you to set any delay (in 1 second increments) up to 99 hours, 99 minutes and 99 seconds.
    ?Interval Timer (INTVL)
    The Interval Timer can be set to any time period up to 100 hours as well. If you set it to 10 minutes, for example, one exposure will be taken every 10 minutes until either the film runs out or the Exposure Count limit has been reached.
    ?BULB/Long Exposure (LONG)
    It allows you to take time exposures up to 100 hours long.
    ?Exposure Count (N)
    This setting allows you to set the times of exposures that will be taken, up to a total 399 times. For example, if you set it to 30 times, then the exposure will be only taken 30 times.

    Specification
    Timer delay:0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
    Exposure time:0s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
    Interval:1s to 99hrs 59min 59s in one-second increments
    Number of shots:1 to 399,-- (unlimited)
    Power source:Two AAA 1.5V LR03 alkaline batteries
    Battery life:Approximately two months of continuous shooting with a delay of 5min, an exposure time of 4min 56s, and an interval of 5min. Use of the illuminator will reduce battery life
    Operating temperature:-20 -- +50C (-4 -- +122F)
    Dimensions:Approximately 155 x 40 x 18 mm (6.1 x 1.6 x 0.7 in), excluding projections
    Weight:Approximately 125g (3.7oz), with receiver
    Length of cord:Approximately 850mm (33.5in)z
    You cannot afford not to have this. I bought a cheaper non-wireless version from Deal Extreme a year ago and it already broke (probably because it melted when I left it in the hot parked car). This one will not suffer the same fate.
    Used it with no problems with my Canon 5D MkII and 30D.

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