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  • great product

    posted by Muecke78

    The Remote Shutter have really a great Quality. The release button can be operated very easily.The mount of the remote receiver is designed for universal, it can be fixed by a Mounting screw. Remote switch with 4 functions (Single, Continuous, bulb, self-timer)Very advantageously as well is that you can use Universal Batteries.
    i recommend the product to 100%
  • Great++++

    posted by Trefla

    In the tests I've done for the night, in street scenes, this wired remote shutter has a good quality, easy to use and fits perfectly on Sony a57
    Can be useful if you do some macrophotography, night shots, or any other time when a long exposure is needed. Anyway, you should also have a tripod.
    The build is much better than i thought it would be, it feels like made of very good quality plastic, it's actually shiny in most parts of it, looks pretty elegant.
  • Very nice remote - works perfectly

    posted by kiwijake

    Comfortable to hold.
    Button has nice amount of travel, with two very distinct stages - light pressure initially to activate AF, then firmer pressure to trip shutter.
    Separate lock mechanism.
    Because it exactly replicates the shutter release button on the camera, there's no need to change to "remote" mode.
    Plug fitted camera perfectly.
    Cable length is about right .
    Strain-relief on cable.
    Very good build quality.
    Comes in a nice box, with well-written (if unnecessary) instruction sheet.
    I've been thinking about getting a remote switch for my Sony A700 for a long time, but the one I wanted (SKU 8159) was always out of stock. When this one appeared I decided to give it a try, and have no regrets.
    If you want to operate the camera from a distance, you're better off using an infrared remote, but if you'll be standing next to or behind the camera, this sort is much better. It's also ideal for long exposures using the Bulb setting.
    Very good value, and a pleasure to use.
  • Perfect for time lapse

    posted by rrudge

    Very cheap, and works as it should. Using it only for time lapse, but has other functions wich can be useful, such as long exposure for night photos.Better than I expected for the price.
    Posted a video recorded with this timer on Youtube, linked in this article.
    Found it a good gadget for my camera. Would recomend it for my friends.
  • Cheap wired remote

    posted by mmihelic

    Cheap, easy to use, no need for batteries.Works with my Sony A57.
    Mine came with the cable length of little more than 95cm and it has a rubbery feel to it. Which is a nice surprise since I was expecting a plasticky cable at that price. You can take pictures with simple press of the button. By putting the camera into M mode and setting the shutter speed to bulb you can press and slide the button forward to control the exposure time. The shutter remains open until you slide the button back to its original position. A very light press on the button trigger autofocus and then there is no feedback from the button to know when the shutter will be triggered.Since it's wired you can use it no matter where you stand in relation to the camera. The IR remotes for example require you to stand in front of the camera's IR sensor.
    Despite the mentioned cheap feeling to the button, the remote control's casing itself feels very sturdy.If you don't mind the button and need a cheap wired remote, it's good enough.


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