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Aputure Coworker Wireless Remote Shutter Release for Canon Cameras (Such as: EOS Rebel Series) - 1C Connection (Replaces Canon's RS 60-E3)
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- Interchangeable Cable System – 1C Connection; Replaces RS 60-E3 Shutter Release
- Works with: Canon EOS 1100D (T3), 1000D (XS), 650D (T4i), 600D (T3i), 550D (T2i), 500D (T1i), 450D (XSi), 400D (XTi), 350D(XT), 300D, 300V, 300, 60D, 60Da, 50E, 50, 33, 30, 3000 Canon Powershot G1X, G10, G11, G12
- Wired or Wireless Triggering Enabled; Frequency of 422Mhz works up to 135 feet
- Auto Focus by half-pressing remote; Bulb/Continuous Shooting enabled
- 24 Month Fotodiox Warranty
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The Aputure Pro Coworker is a newly designed multipurpose wireless radio remote kit with an interchangeable cable. Use only one remote for all your cameras, simply change the cable to the corresponding camera! The Coworker Remote Shutter allows the camera to be fired from up to 135ft away through walls floor and ceiling! Great for Product, Macro, Portrait and Wildlife Photographers; Astrophotography and Infrared Photography.
This version of the Coworker includes a 1C cable which is compatible with:
Canon EOS 1100D (T3), 1000D (XS), 650D (T4i), 600D (T3i), 550D (T2i), 500D (T1i), 450D (XSi), 400D (XTi), 350D(XT), 300D, 300V, 300, 60D, 60Da, 50E, 50, 33, 30, 3000 Canon Powershot G1X, G10, G11, G12
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I have no complaints about the functionality of the trigger; as long as the batteries are good I've never had a misfire. The range is more than adequate for any distance I've used it, probably 15-20 meters at the most. The receiver fits solidly into a both the hotshoe on my T3i and my Gadget Infinity CactusV flash triggers. The transmitter fits well enough in my hand, and easily drops into a shirt pocket while using my hands to setup a shot.
The problem is that the transmitter does not have an off switch. The receiver does, and a set of batteries lasts for at least a month of 2-3x weekly use. The transmitter button, while large and convenient when you're shooting, is also large and convenient enough that it can easily get activated in my camera bag from normal jostling around. Not necessarily such a big deal, except it takes a size 23A battery - I made it a point to keep a couple extras on hand, but they're not especially cheap and the poor design means that I'm replacing them way too often.
I've just grown too frustrated by having to stock an odd, non-rechargeable battery for this one particular gadget. For casual shooters who may not be keeping this in a gear bag that goes with them everywhere, or who don't mind inserting/removing the battery before/after every shoot, I think this is a great product and is an excellent solution at this price point.
I'm going to upgrade to a trigger that exclusively uses AA or AAA batteries, and I'm going to shell out the bucks for additional features like programmable delays, multiple exposures per trigger, etc.
If they'd engineered this trigger with a twentyfive cent powerswitch on the transmitter, this would be a five star review. Unfortunately, they decided to save a few cents in manufacturing costs and ultimately we photographers pay the price.
The Aputure Pro Coworker works great with most if not all DSLRs that have an input jack for remote shutters. The receiver slides onto the camera on the flash mount, plugs into the jack, and then you are all set to go! The remote has an impressive range, especially handy for those who need more than the 4 feet of cord of wired shutter remotes, and is highly receptive to light touches for AutoFocus.
Really the only con that I can see with the product is the odd use of a 12V battery on the remote device. The receiver uses 2 AAA batteries, which is a common type, but tracking down a replacement 12V might prove to be a slight inconvenience, but nothing major.
*Also something I forgot to mention before: the remote works for continuous shooting as well as timer shots. AND when using in BULB setting, you will need to continue to hold the shutter release for a few seconds until a flashing green light on the remote lets you know you can let go of the button. After that, the shutter will remain open for as long as you need, and when you are ready to stop the exposure, simply give the button one more quick press and the shutter will close.
Just to be certain all was well with the product I proceeded to test it on my 60D, before giving it final approval. I tried in vain to get it to function on either camera at this point. Now when I turned on the receiver, it blinked twice, then nothing. Even worse, to my dismay, when I picked up the transmitter it was RED HOT. The total time that had elapsed since installing the batteries couldn't have been more than 15-20 minutes.
The remote was now totally non-functional, unless maybe you wanted to light a cigarette from the transmitter. I gingerly removed the single battery from the transmitter & re-packaged it for return to Amazon. I can't imagine what might have happened if I'd just tossed it into my camera bag & waited to run it through the testing until later.
I contacted Amazon regarding the return & the unsafe nature of this product. Oddly enough the package even contained a slip of paper noting that it had passed inspection. Obviously the inspector failed to notice the hard electrical short. I strongly recomend against buying this product. Don't get burned, like I did.
- super simple and easy to use
- REALLY great range with the remote
- I can take as long or as short of an exposure as I wish
- the remote part of this doesn't have an off button so I am always taking the battery (small, expensive kind) out when I'm done
- I use it for astrophotography and I had to put electricians (black) tape where the base and the remote light up (but that's kinda specific for my situation) but it's not a big deal
The Rebel 300D uses a mini 2.5mm 3-pole jack. The cable that came with the package was a 3.5mm 2-pole jack. Not compatible, and won’t even insert into the camera, it’s too big.
Aputure support insisted that it would fit. Basically they were calling me an idiot for not being able to plug a connector into a hole that was too small for the jack provided. I guess their logic was to take a power drill and make the hole bigger.
Anyway, after several email exchanges and getting nowhere with their support, I returned the item to Amazon.