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This wireless timer remote shutter release is ideal for time-lapse photography including blooming flowers and astrophotography.
It comes with one timer transmitter, one receiver with standard hot shoe
So you can use it as a wireless timer remote set or a normal timer remote shutter release.
It is using FSK 2.4GHz wireless frequency.
It is suitable to use this free channel in many countries, guarantee of the transfer speed, distance and stability.
It is compact and portable, also has many functions.
Type AAA and CR2 high energic batteries are commonly used and easily bought.
I like it
Pros: 2.4 GHz! You can hold it behind your back and still click off shots.
Cons: The remote unit has no OFF switch. It just stays on all the time unless you remove the batteries. And the items picture is a little misleading. It does not come with several connectors, only the 2.5 mm jack marked C1 in the picture. They even show that on the box for some reason. I guess to save money on packaging. But its not worth subtracting any eggs.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for my Canon 60D mainly for Astrophotography use. So far I'm impressed with this little gadget. What they don't tell you in the item description is that the receiver unit doubles as a wired shutter release that even works without a battery. The hotshoe is actually nothing but a mounting point but it also has a standard camera screw mount.
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“2.4 GHz! You can hold it behind your back and still click off shots.”— Jay 1/25/2013