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Aputure Pro Coworker Wireless Remote, RF Radio Shutter Release for Canon EOS 1D, 1DS Mark II, III, Mark III, IV, 1DC, 1DX, 10D, 20D, 20DA, 30D, 40D, 50D, 5D, 5D Mark II, III, 7D, Replaces Canon RS80N3

3.6 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
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  • Auto-focus with shutter button half-press
  • 16 encrypted channels
  • Bulb and continuous shooting enabled
  • Frequency: 433Mhz
  • Includes a 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty
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Product Description

The Aputure Pro Coworker is a newly designed multi purpose 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.

Compatible Cameras:
Canon 10D, 20D,30D, 40D, 50D, 1D Mark II, 1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III, 5D Mark II, 1V, 1VHS, 3, D60, D30

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B002KDVRAM
Item model number ACO-CAProW
Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
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3.6 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #310 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Digital Camera Accessories > Shutter Release Cords
Date first available at Amazon.com August 4, 2009

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I bought this for my 40D, it seems function well, however, the transmitter (23A/12V Battery included) battery lasts onoy a few days in the transmitter even if I do not use the transmitter at all, I replaced with a new battery, same thing happpened after a few days. Seems there is a circit design problem that cause the battery leakage. Any comments? Thanks.

3/36/10.
I called their Shenzhen headquarter in China and talked to their design enginner, they admitted that the circit has problems thatlead to a quick drain as many of you have seen and will see down the road.
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Spent quite a bit of time trying to get it to work with the 40D, but it never fired the shutter. Exposure settings were fine, got the green lights, then the red lights, then nothing... tried it every which way, even in delay mode, would keep on blinking, could hear camera beeping, but it would not fire. I could manually press the shutter and the resulting picture would be fine. Enough time spent, it's going back.

FYI - What happened next... I purchased the Vivitar wireless remote for the Canon 40D/50D and it worked like a charm! Wireless Remote Shutter Release For Canon EOS 40D and 50D SLR Digital Cameras
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This is an awesome addition for the camera. It's up and running in like 30 seconds, and the possibilities are endless because you're not using a cable to release your shutter. It's been used a ton and now is always in the camera bag when we head out. Kids love doing self portraits with it. All around family fun.
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I wrote a rather scathing review not too long ago of this product because the transmitter and receiver would not communicate. I'd had the product for a little over year and now it didn't work. But while I was annoyed, it had worked well when I first got it so I ordered another one. Heck, they're only a little over $20.

When I checked out the new Coworker I plugged the cord from the camera into the receiver and I felt a double click as it seated. I didn't remember that with my old one so I got it back out and pushed harder on the cord to get that last click. As a rule I try very hard not to force connectors on plastic Chinese products. So after the second click the old one worked just fine. Now I have a spare.

One thing remains a major problem you must, I say again MUST, take out the little 12V A23 battery from the transmitter because there is no on-off feature and the transmitter will suck that little A23 dry in no time.

So consider this a retraction of the previous review and chalk it up to operator error. Sorry Aputure folks.
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Wanted a way for remote trigger for my 50D. This guy does the trick no problems. The issues I have are the instructions are very poor (had to figure out what to do on my own), and there is no on/off switch on the remote so when I store in my camera bag (found out the hard way) that the switch was depressed and battery was dead when I went to use 1 week after purchase. I now store in a manner where I have the "switch" where it is less likely to be depressed (simple addition of on/off switch like that on receiver would eliminate this issue).

Bottom line: highly recommend

Pros: lightweight, inexpensive, fires on demand

Cons: Battery size on transmitter (123), no on/off switch on receiver,

Make sure you either remove the battery or store so that the switch is not depressed and you will enjoy this item.
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This works exactly as described and for the price, is an outstanding value.

It comes with the batteries that both the remote and trigger require and I had it ready to go and was shooting photos within two minutes of opening the box: [...]

Highly recommend!
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Works as advertised. Better than I expected. Pressing the Aputure button half way down is the same as pressing the camera's button half way down, that is: it allows the camera to focus and set the exposure before pressing all the way and taking the picture. Nice!
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I bought this to remotely trigger the shutter release on my canon 7d. I have found it to work great. I read the reviews before buying it and decided to take a chance. I have not been disappointed. Taking previous reviewers at their word, I have removed the batteries when they were not in use, and I have not had any negative issues with them dying sooner than they should.
Mounting my camera on a tripod and using this to release the shutter without touching the camera has yielded some fantastic photos of which I am quite proud. I can use "bulb" mode on my camera without having to worry about camera shake induced by my touching the camera because with this remote I don't have to touch the camera at all to take the photo. My night photos have improved dramatically since I started using this product. It's also nice to be able to be in the family photos without having to race a timer. I don't think you can beat this product for the money. I highly recommend it for the budget-conscious photographer. It is now a permanent part of my camera kit.
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