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Neewer Digital DSLR Camera 16CH Wireless Shutter Release Remote Control for Nikon D5100, D3100, D7000, D5000, D90

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  • Its maximum working distance is up to 30m in open area without blockage. It's very suitable for outdoors use, especially to use for geological prospecting, field shooting, mountaineering travel.
  • To control single-frame, continuous-frame and bulb mode, supports 3.5 seconds delay shoot.
  • The transmitter has the signal to indicate its current condition: green light is focusing, and red light is shutter or B mode. Same as the transmitter, receiver has a pair of signal status indicator.
  • Used the high-quality connection line, the normal length is 30cm, the receiver can be used as a wired remote without the transmitter.
  • Has strong anti-interference function and has 16 channels;Energy-saving design allows long battery life usage
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Used the high-quality connection line, the normal length is 30cm, the receiver can be used as a wired remote without the transmitter.
Has strong anti-interference function and has 16 channels
Energy-saving design allows long battery life usage

Specification:

16 channels wireless remote control
Transmitter Power : 12v--20mh
Receiver Power: 12V Lithium battery
Receiver Size: 9.3cm (L)x 3.5cm (W)x 1.5cm (H)
Transmitter Size: 6.85cm(Height) x 2.1cm(Diameter)
Cable length:12cm

Description:

This wireless remote shutter release is very useful and helpful gear for prevent vibration when taking photos under long exposures, close-ups (macro) or continuous shooting. It can instantly trigger the shutter without disturbing the camera in the distance. Widely used to minimize the camera shake for macro shooting or long time exposure, or used to take subjects that are difficult to approach. The frequency is 433 MHZ and receiver uses 2 AAA batteries.
Its maximum working distance is up to 30M in open area without blockage.

Package Contents:

1xTransmitter
1xReceiver
1xManual

(note: 2 AAA battery for Receiver is not included)


Product Details

Color: for Nikon
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 5.1 x 2.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005LZX1W8
  • Item model number: 88007781
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (334 customer reviews)
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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Robert Smith on July 21, 2012
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I've been using this remote with great success with a Nikon D7000 and Nikkor 400 f/2.8, doing cityscapes at night with exposures of up to 20 seconds. The lens can almost read license plates at a mile when on a good tripod (yikes), but it's impossible without a remote due to vibration. Using the timer isn't good enough. With this or any remote the method is to turn off autofocus and vibration reduction. Bring up the "live view" mode with the LCD on the back of the camera, then centering on a detailed, illuminated feature zoom in on the LCD image as far as possible. Use an illuminated feature like a stair railing or flagpole or whatever, but not a light, as lights "bloom" too much). Using a magnifier of some sort (I use an Donegan OptiVisor headset w/ DA-7 lens) adjust the focus until it's as perfect as you can make it on the LCD. Then zoom out the LCD image and compose the scene. Make sure the camera is set for "Mup" - mirror up - mode. Then sit still in a chair away from the camera, relax and wait until the image on the LCD stops moving completely, which on my porch (use flat ground if you have it) it takes a good 6-7 seconds. Then press the remote once to lock up the mirror. Wait another 5 seconds or so for the mirror vibration to die down, then press the remote again to release the shutter. Presto, images as sharp as they can be.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By JBPhotos on November 22, 2011
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Purchased this for my Nikon D3100 DSLR instead of the more expensive Nikon one. So far it has been great. The instructions for "on" or "off" are a little vague, but once you figure it out, it seems to work great. Says it requires that the anntena is completely extended for any distance, however, I have found that you can use it from a pretty far distance without having it extended. Recommend it for anyone looking to try out the remote feature!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Melinda Darby on February 21, 2012
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I was reading the reviews on this saying it'd be hard to turn on and get started with but it was pretty self explainatory to me! It shipped ULTRA fast. I love using it and use it all the time with self portraits and longer exposture photos. A great MUST have! I have a Nikon D3100 and was SEARCHING for a wireless shutter to use and cannot find one ANYWHERE then come across this and was very nervous ordering it seeing some of the reviews but honestly SO WORTH IT! I love it and cannot do without!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By ChgoSkier on November 22, 2012
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I purchased the Neewer Wireless Shutter Release in July of this year from the seller, BestDealUSA. I have the Nikon D3100. Unfortunately, Nikon does not make a wireless remote for it. I already have the Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Release Cord, which has a 3ft cord that works great when doing something like product photography where you don't need to be too far away from the camera. However, I wanted a wireless shutter release for holiday & family photos where I actually have to be in them. The timer works fine, but requires me to run back to my spot in time & run back if I want more shots. I wanted to be able to take a few more pictures with ease. I decided to try this product.

Out of the box, a 12V/A23 battery is included with the transmitter. The receiver requires 2 AAA batteries (not included), so I used a couple of Sanyo eneloop Rechargeable Batteries. Both the transmitter & receiver each have 4 DIP switches so you can specify the channel. I connected the receiver to the same accessory terminal that the Nikon Release Cord plugs into (not the USB or HDMI), turn it on, pressed the trigger on the transmitter & it released the shutter without fail. I set it up at one end of the room & was able to trigger it from about 10ft away with some furniture between myself & the camera. I moved father back out of the room (about 25 ft from the camera) into an adjoining hallway. Took a picture fine.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By John on September 19, 2012
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So far I have not been able to get this to work with my T3. The package the Neewer Remote came in does not specify that it will work with the T3. I will change the AAA batteries. The Amazon ad says T3 but the package says no. A few people writing in say it works others say it doesn't. This is becoming a big hassle, not happy.

Update! I got it to work. Went to a camera store spoke with some gentlemen. The T3 came out after the T3i it does not have a built in ir (remote). The battery springs are on the same side but you still reverse the batteries. I looked closer and got it to light up and then I got it to work.The package of the remote does not have the T3 because it did not come out yet and this remote is older. Now price is good ,in the store $33 plus tax for a Vivitar.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Tom's Hopefully Helpful Reviews on October 7, 2012
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From a shipping stand point everything went fine, I received the wireless remote as schedule. From a product standpoint I had issue. I had bought the remote for my Nikon D3100 since there is no OEM wireless remote available. My initial reactions were good. Install is simple plug and shoot. However there are two sets of batteries need. One for the remote (included) and one for the receiver (2 AAA NOT INCLUDED). Not a big deal but still. My man issue is with the metal ring that is on the plug of the receiver that goes into the camera. After 3 times installing the receiver when I removed the receiver the metal ring stayed in the camera. Now it comes off every time and I have to use pliers to uninstall. This is a major defect of the product. At the same time the price is not bad so whats the point of dealing with hassle to try to get it replaced by the company who made it? But save yourself the time and try a different product.
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