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Vivitar Universal Wireless and Wired Shutter Release Remote Control fits Canon, Nikon, Sony & Olympus DSLR Cameras

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  • Instant Release: Press shutter once and take immediate pictures.
  • Multi Exposure: Press shutter one time and camera will take 5 consecutive photos, or hold down for continuous shutter release.
  • 2 Second Release: Gives you the extra time you need to get into the perfect picture position.
  • Long Exposure: Set camera to bulb mode and hold shutter release for 3 seconds. The shutter will now be open, press once more to take the picture.
  • Remote Operates: Wirelessly Up To 100 Meters.
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008H6HFZM
  • Item model number: VIV-RC-200-ALL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2012

Product Description

Always be in the shot with the Vivitar RC-200 Wireless Shutter Release. This multi-function wireless remote allows the selection of either a 2 second shutter delay or instant shutter release. With multi-exposure, you can take consecutive photos with ease. Long exposure mode will keep the shutter open for as long as you want, allowing for increased creativity in your photos.The shutter release can operate at ranges up to 100 meters.

It features a switch to change between focusing operation and shutter release. With the Vivitar RC-200 Wireless Remote Shutter Release, you no longer have to worry about blurred photos, since you are not in physical contact with the camera.

Key Features:

Instant Release: Press shutter once and take immediate pictures.
Multi Exposure: Press shutter one time and camera will take 5 consecutive photos, or hold down for continuous shutter release.
2 Second Release: Gives you the extra time you need to get into the perfect picture position.
Long Exposure: Set camera to bulb mode and hold shutter release for 3 seconds. The shutter will now be open, press once more to take the picture.
Remote Operates: Wirelessly Up To 100 Meters
Switch: Focus Operation and Shutter Release
Frequency: 355 MHz
Code: 16,000,000 Combination Codes
Status Display: 2x Color LEDs
Power Requirements: Transmitter 12V/23A / Receiver 3V CR2 (Included)


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very easy to use too.
Pen Name
Also, I love using this for Bulb mode and getting super long exposures.
Mike Vande Ven Jr.
I could not get this device to communicate with my Nikon D700.
Sara Caballera

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By mark on October 6, 2012
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I have read multiple review on this product and seen many video demonstrations. I can simply say this. After barely reading the directions, I found the adapter that matched my camera (Canon Rebel T4i)(they send you a slew of adapters for different cameras) connected the receiver to my camera, pressed the button on the transmitter and it work. I was very skeptical about the product because of the negative review by pro photographers but it works well. I put the camera in my bedroom, went down the hall passed the living room into the kitchen and it still works.

I'm am not endorsing this product nor am I say just go ahead and get it. All I'm saying is, it works perfectly for my camera.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on November 18, 2012
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I was about not to buy it because on the picture it looked kind of cheap. Plus it didn't have many reviews. But I'm glad I did. I love it! It works perfectly and from a distance too. I don't have to be in front of my camera to use it. I'm even able to leave my camera in a room and go to a different room and it still works. Very easy to use too. And there was no installation process; you connect it to your camera and that's it! It works with both my Nikon and canon!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mike Bessler on January 8, 2013
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I would have given it 5 stars if the batteries were standard aaa size and easy to change. Operationally, this wireless shutter release works great on my Nikon D800. One reviewer said it caused 2-3 shots to be fired on his D600 with each full press. I found that to be true on my D800 as well, but only in hi-speed multi shot. In low-speed (where I usually keep it and set to 2 frames per second) this did not happen. Nor did it happen on single shot. So I don't think it's a problem.

Nikon pro cameras remote releases are way too hard to connect so I leave them on all the time. My previous cheap remote worked for 4 years so I was fine with it. It dangled from the camera so I wired the receiver to the camera strap. That caused extra weight and stuff dangling when I didn't need the remote release. This Vivitar release connects the same at the camera, it has to. But it connects to the receiver vie a 3 prong headphone plug which is very easy to remove. So when I'm not using it, I keep the receiver in my camera backpack I always carry.

The batteries are the real problem. The receiver battery is a 3v cr2 or 15270 (this is an edit, I ordered 16340's, but they are too big so that was a bust, my bad). I like rechargeables and have a lot of them so I ordered two 15270 800mah batteries in mid January on Deal Extreme for less than $4 (shipped from China). If you forget and leave the receiver on, then the battery will be used up. It is easy to replace, but you have to carry an extra. Now I'll have a couple. I will check and attempt to recharge the original battery once the 2 from china arrive and prove themselves. Since it's also Lithium, the original battery may be rechargeable at a very low rate... I'll report back in February.

The transmitter is a different problem.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MBT on November 26, 2012
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Within the family there is a Sony DSLR, a Canon DSLR and an Olympus DSLR. Too bad we can't share lenses, but the universal wireless works perfectly on all three and is a bargain to boot. No more setting the 10 second timer on the camera and then racing to get into place. Of course I'll miss some of the shots of someone's backside rushing to get into place, but smiles will be much more genuine after a liesurely stroll back into the picture and then just pushing the button on the remote.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Slonaker on July 29, 2013
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The Vivitar wireless remote shutter release works fine with both my Canon EOS 6D and 20D, although the 6D was not listed as being a compatible camera. I recommend this remote but have a few words of caution—and this is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. I thought at first that it didn’t work at all. That’s because the instructions simply omit an important step. After switching the receiver into the “on” position and then setting the transmitter for the mode you want (as “SB” for single shooting), you must THEN press the “set” button on the receiver. That is what actually allows the receiver to operate, causing the little red light on top of the receiver to illuminate. Also, I strongly suggest removing the battery when you are finished using the remote. In a snug camera bag compartment it too easily turns on and drains the battery dead, and that happened to mine. Best Buy doesn’t carry the battery, so I had to purchase it at a battery specialty store at $10.35 for a pack of two. Bottom line, that being said, and now that I know of those few potential problems, the wireless remote really works quite well. I’m happy with it and I’m pleased that I purchased it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph on February 10, 2013
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This is a great product. Easy to operate.Came with different types of camera adapters. Good range, I can now join group pictures without running.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Carneiro on January 19, 2013
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This is the definition of a very good product. It is fantastic and a very good price. Worked out of the box, with an incredible range (over 110 feet!). batteries included, all cables are good quality, in short, will buy one other just to keep one spare. Kudos to Vivitar.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Weed on March 4, 2013
I bought one of these three years ago and have never had an issue with it. This is the best remote I have ever used! I haven't even needed to change a battery yet. This thing is hooked to my camera for 60% of the time I have used my camera. Buy more expensive remotes and you're paying too much. This one will do what most people need.

I use it on my D300 and it will work with any camera that has a multi pin plug-in. Its wireless range is pretty long. I used it once with the camera 60 feet away outside while I was inside snapping shots of birds.

I also use this for studio macro shots where the camera must be absolutely still. I don't use the wireless feature in this case since the curly cord buffers vibration. So you actually get two remotes in one: one for long range wireless and the other for direct wired remote.

This thing is very simple to set up and use. I barely read the directions and figured it out in no time.

The best thing this remote has over other wireless remotes is that it uses radio frequency instead of infrared. This means it works well with a wall or obstacle in the way, where infrared needs a clear line of sight. Infrared also does not have as long of a range.

This remote has both a wired unit and a wireless unit. For his remote to work, the wired unit must be plugged into the camera with the remote's curly cord. This cord is about 3' long. The wired unit is both the receiver for the wireless unit and it has a button to snap photos. You can also use the wireless unit for snapping photos when you need extra distance away from the camera.

Durability has been great. I pack in in my backpack and take it on trips; never broken on me. I have also stretched the cable and it never came loose.
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