Hahnel Giga T Pro 2.4GHz Wireless Timer Remote for Canon
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- 100 Meter Range for Wireless Control
- # Interval Timer# Single & Continuous Shooting
- # Self-Timer # Exposure Count Setting Shutter Release Button With Autofocus
- # Exposure Length Setting # Through-Wall Transmission #
- # Bulb Mode # LCD Display With Backlighting
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Both devices power on. Both are on the same channel.
Now, the transmitter has stopped talking all together to the receiver on the camera. Nikon D90. When you depress the single large button on the transmitter, half way, it is supposed to send a signal to the receiver and its green light is supposed to go solid. The one on the transmitter does, the receiver on the camera just still flashes, in its "I am ready" (it lies) mode.
I ordered this on July 3, 2013. And now, December 7, 2015 it won't work. I mean $100 is still $100.
And yes the channels are the same on the receiver and the transmitter. See video.
5 stars x 2 - Product and customer service.
I went to the website and found a contact link. I requested info on being able to get my unit fixed.
Told them my problem. They had me ship it to them, and they replaced it with a new unit.
Only bad part was where I had to send it was in Ireland. I started the process the first part of December. Got the replacement back yesterday.
I was amazed they replaced it and I give them 100% for customer service.
Only hiccup, they didn't send a replacement battery for the receiver. I have to get one of those.
Anticipating happiness in my world. Any changes I will update the review.
Like others, when it works it was a joy and the range was good. I would very much recommend the product and the company.
OK. I haven't used it for months. Had to change the battery in the receiver. No worries. The transmitter does nothing. Turns on. Green light lit. And nothing. Not only that, I cannot, now, turn it off.
Update #2. Took out the battery and restored it a pair or three times. Now it works as designed. I will get a new CR2032 and see if that helps. The thing works an absolute champ "when it works".
Update #3 and final:
Had it with this thing. I don't use it much but you would expect if not used, when you do want to use it, it should work. You would be wrong in your expectations.
New battery notwithstanding. Won't work. Can't turn off the remote. Have to unscrew the back (had to do this one with the first one I had that I sent back because it refused to talk to the receiver) and take out the battery and put it back. It STILL won't connect to the receiver.
Done with it. This one is going in the trash.
If you get one, good luck.
UPDATE - 5/21/2011: A couple items. First, the power button on the remote control unit is too easy to activate, resulting in a lot of burned out lithium batteries that require a tiny philips screwdriver to replace. Would like to see the manufacturer correct this flaw while providing a way to open the case that doesn't require tools. Second, I've noticed that my D3s consumes much more battery power using its own intervalometer than it does when I'm using the Giga T Pro, which is another plus in the Giga's column.
I didn't have to adjust the camera too much so I took out a lawn chair and sat in my driveway watching while the whole Supermoon/Eclipse event took place.
If I have any cons it's only that the programming instructions were a little confusing albeit very detailed.
I definite recommend the Hahnel Wireless timer.