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Phottix Cleon II N8 Hybrid Wired Wireless Remote Set For Nikon D200/D300/D700/D2Xs/D3/D3X/Fuji S5 Using N8 Plug

by Phottix
3.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • For Nikon D200/D300/D700/D2Xs/D3/D3X/Fuji S5 Using N8 Plug
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Technical Details


Product Description

As a new updated model, the PHOTTIX® CLEON II is a hybrid (wired and wireless) shutter release for cameras.The pack for the PHOTTIX® CLEON II consists of a small remote control (transmitter), receiver and either one of the optional cables depending on the model of camera to be controlled. When used wireless, the transmitter and receiver can be pared by any one of 16,000,000 channels (Smart Code) within the working distance of 100 meters (320ft). The PHOTTIX® CLEON II supports the following functions: single shot mode, 2 seconds delay, continuous, as well as bulb mode for long exposures.The PHOTTIX® CLEON II can be used with a wide variety of cameras - just plug in a suitable cable to the receiver. Complete list of connecting cables available is provided below. The transmitter has a single button to activate the camera's shutter, a mode switch and a retractable antenna. The receiver can be attached to the hot shoe of the camera (facing forwards or backwards), or simply be placed alongside. Like the transmitter, the receiver has a shutter release button. The remote's shutter release button functions similarly to that of the camera's: a half press initiates autofocus on the camera and a complete press of the button takes a snap.The function selector allows selecting between three different modes: S/B - single exposures or bulb mode, 2S - single exposures with a 2 second delay, and Continious - multiple exposures Moving the receiver mode switch to "Hold" allows it to be used for bulb-mode (long exposures) without having to hold the shutter button pressed all the time. When using the receiver as a wired remote, there is no need to power it on.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • ASIN: B002X4AG9Q
  • Item model number: CleonII-N8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,097 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 1, 2009

Customer Reviews

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Worked without any problems on my Nikon d700. Build quality seems to be okay. I have already banged it around a bit, and haven't had problems.
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Mine only worked on occasion and this was unacceptable. I sent it back for refund. I was going to order another one thinking I just got unlucky, since I read all the positive reviews elsewhere on this unit. But I noticed that Amazon no longer carries this item and I could not find it anywhere else in the USA. Hmmmm......
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I had only one problem with this product, the antenna on the remote was very weak and broke off after only a few weeks. The remote still worked, just not as far away as it used to. Other than that for a non-Nikon brand the product is great.
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